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  Continuing education remains an important part of anyone’s technology career. If you let your skills stagnate, over time it becomes difficult to gain meaningful employment. Earning an IT certification offers you either a chance to learn a new ability or to show competency in something you already know. In both cases, they add some… Read more »

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The tech industry is facing a major problem, and that problem is a lack of diversity. Without conquering this problem, tech companies face an impassable talent gap, poor employee retention, and other potentially damaging consequences. With this in mind, there are plenty of big companies out there who are making an effort to correct this… 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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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 your… Read more »

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When creating your interview strategy, there’s one factor you can’t always predict: the personality of the interviewer. If you aren’t prepared for a variety of interviewer types, you may find yourself caught off guard or uncertain of how to proceed. You don’t have to strategize for each unique personality, but you should know how to… Read more »

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Tech companies have a reputation for asking complex, ultra-challenging, and even downright weird interview questions. Google has been among the most publicized, but while the company has banned insanely hard interview questions like “How much should you charge to wash all the windows in Seattle?” and “How many cows are in Canada?”, out-of-the-box interview questions… Read more »

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When you’re looking to hire someone for a certain position, of course you want a candidate who is well qualified for the job, with the right proficiencies to perform the responsibilities of the position. During the hiring process, you may come across candidates with the wrong proficiencies — but high potential to be a great… Read more »