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By the time the digital revolution began to take hold, many industry experts were already lamenting the death of IT as we know it. Many IT practices and processes are becoming obsolete or automated, and even more traditional roles are absorbed or redefined. More than ever, companies are able to purchase Software-as-a-Service or “on-demand” software… Read more »

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Identifying talent in the upper ranks of your organization is an important part of developing your workforce. In order to keep your company competitive, you must promote those with the most potential to succeed. However, in IT this can include a variety of factors and skill sets, both technical and interpersonal. This guide is designed… Read more »

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As an IT professional, you’re well aware that a lot of what you do can become lost in translation when discussing work with colleagues in other departments. Trivial tasks like resetting passwords or setting up a voicemail pin may seem more complicated than they actually are, while the very same co-workers underestimate the true complexity… Read more »

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Cloud computing and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) have been around for years, and many feel as if the adjustment period is over. CIOs have adapted; they understand how to navigate these new technologies. But does that mean that their roles aren’t still changing? No matter how long they’ve had to adjust to new technologies, CIOs are still… Read more »

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  Young professionals are often looking for what they can do to immediately impact their career. But the steps you take when you’re just starting out can dramatically shape your experience as you grow and develop in your industry. These are a few career tips that will benefit you now — and later down the… Read more »

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  There’s a growing focus on the health of office workers, and it’s becoming common knowledge that investing in your employees’ mental, physical, and emotional wellness can actually save you money in the long run. But establishing a wellness program in your office isn’t simply about money. It’s also about creating an environment in which… Read more »

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Internal interviews can be uniquely intimidating. In most instances, your interviewer already knows you, so it can be somewhat difficult to put on your well-practiced interview persona. Additionally, your interviewer will likely ask you a different variety of questions than an initial hire interview, and if it’s your first time up for a promotion or… Read more »

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  With each passing generation, the workplace changes. From technology to a company’s dress code, expectations change as tenured workers retire and fresh-faced college graduates take their places. As this gradual shift occurs, managers are often left with a variety of questions about how to interact with this new workforce. One of the biggest concerns… Read more »

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  Whether you’re fresh out of college or making a switch to the information technology field, preparing for your first entry-level IT position can be rather intimidating. But as with any new job, the first day can define your experience with a new company. If you can ace your first day, you’ll feel more comfortable… Read more »

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You’ve made it past the application process and the phone interview, but now you’re facing something scary: the group interview. Many candidates can shine on their own, but it’s often difficult to stand out in a group of other qualified interviewees. Are you nervous about your big day? Don’t be! These tips will help you… Read more »