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At some point in your career, you’ve had a good manager and you’ve had a bad manager. Now that you’re in a similar role, you may find yourself wondering which category you fall into. Your management style can have a profound effect on your team — from inspiring them to reach their potential to undermining… Read more »

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Anyone who works in IT knows that little tasks can build up fast. From bugs to improvements to new features, your ticket queue will quickly become overwhelming if you don’t practice delegation. However, the process of delegating can often be more complicated than it seems. For instance, you may have a hard time deciding which… Read more »

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“As-a-Service” technology is changing the way we do business — and the ways we protect ourselves from outside threats. Traditionally, there have been on-site infrastructures that allow IT specialists to configure and monitor firewalls and other security protocols to protect a company’s data. But as we move towards cloud-based tech, the way we approach security… Read more »

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Hiring managers have seen it all — from deceitful interviewees to hilarious typos. Unfortunately, most of these hiring faux pas happen with the best of intentions, so your resume may include embarrassing errors without your knowledge. Check your resume and cover letter for these four massive gaffes and save yourself from making one of these… 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 line… Read more »

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  As cloud computing continues to take over the IT world and more and more companies adopt Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), the amount of data we consume as tech professionals has gone through the roof. While this new technology has unlimited possibilities, it also has the tremendous potential to overwhelm network administrators and others looking to harness… 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 is… Read more »

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Tech is one of the fastest-changing industries in the world, and in order to stay connected with your customers, you have to keep up with these advancements. In the immediate future, businesses may find that more than half of their customers are interacting with them on mobile devices. If you don’t have the infrastructure to… Read more »

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If you’re interviewing for a remote position, chances are you won’t be meeting your boss in person — at least not before you’re hired. It can be difficult to make a lasting impression over the phone, particularly if your strengths lie in your technical abilities rather than your people skills. If you’re worried about how… Read more »

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The effectiveness of working from home is a topic of hot debate in many industries, particularly in the tech world – where much of an employee’s work can be done from home. One of the primary concerns to opponents of remote work is the lack of employee engagement. By working from home, remote employees miss… Read more »