Demand in the IT sector is high and there’s no shortage of competitive offerings when it comes to salary and perks. So how do you attract and keep the best talent?
Converting to the cloud is one of the best decisions you can make for your business. When evaluating the differing opinions out there, keep in mind that companies are using cloud technology in different ways and their viewpoints are based on this.
If you’re a Creative Director or Manager involved in hiring, there’s a good chance you’re being affected by unconscious bias.
You know the ‘techie’ stereotypes – introverted, intensely smart, socially awkward, individualistic and mostly, male. While we know these subjective, there do seem to be some common threads among IT professionals, and many report having a hard time communicating in a way that positions them for leadership roles.
There’s been a large focus on enterprises moving to the cloud over the past few years. Competition between key players like Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud has proven beneficial to consumers, economically, but now that everyone is on board, will the costs begin to rise? Recent studies say, yes.