How to Prepare Your IT Professionals for Security Threats

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With the number of security threats seemingly rising on a daily basis, most companies want to feel as though they are prepared to protect their systems at all times. Often, this means relying on IT professionals to secure critical systems and networks, and also staying on top of the evolving nature of the security landscape…. Read more »

Network is Out, Building a Community is In

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When it comes to moving your career forward, networking has been touted as the primary must-do. While networking is certainly helpful, many people struggle with the concept, feeling that the blatant pursuit of professional contacts is somewhat inauthentic. However, trying to navigate a career path without a strong sounding board or support can be a… Read more »

7 IT Certifications That Will Take Your Career to the Next Level

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As businesses continue to become more reliant on technology, tech professionals continue to see high demand – and high salaries – for their skills.  However, competition for the best jobs can be fierce and it is necessary to take steps to make yourself stand out. Certifications are a way to prove your knowledge base and… Read more »

How Is The Cloud Altering A Startup’s DNA?

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Large companies have struggled for years to migrate systems to the cloud thanks to decades of relying on complex, proprietary software and infrastructure. However, keeping data offsite and accessing it through the internet allows companies to stay agile and nimble. While the cloud is still out of reach for some large organizations, it is perfectly… Read more »

Why Nontraditional Employees are the Answer to Your Tech Talent Gaps

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Talent Gaps

Hiring managers in the tech space are well aware of the documented and widening tech talent gaps in the market. And despite this challenge, many companies are still focusing on traditional hiring processes for tech talent, all the while lamenting how difficult it is to find the right candidates. If you want to overcome the… Read more »

What Your Company Can Learn from Global Malware Attacks

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In May 2017, ransomware shut down computer systems in more than 150 countries around the world. Known as WannaCry, the malware held hospital and business data ransom and was the most pervasive and invasive ransomware attack to date. A white-hat hacker saved the day by discovering a kill switch, but it is certain that WannaCry… Read more »

Seven Sizzling Tech Jobs You Need to Hire for Now

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In today’s technology-driven environment, companies are only as good as the tech they deploy and technology can only be as good as the team behind it.  Building a tech team is unique, as it requires a constant focus on the future. Companies can’t afford to be complacent with the group they have today, because changes… Read more »

How Data Can Eliminate Office Politics

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Nobody likes to play office politics. It is demoralizing to worry more about who your friends are and who can buddy up to the boss than to worry about the quality of work being produced. When there is too much politicking going on, it naturally drives talented people away from the organization.  Office politics comes… Read more »

Why You Need to Keep Your Developers Happy

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Why do you need to keep your IT developers happy? If you think the answer is simply, “to retain them on staff,” you’re not thinking about the bigger picture. Yes, happy developers are more likely to stay with your organization for the long term, but the benefits of happy developers stretch far beyond employee retention…. Read more »