The tech industry is built on constant innovation. Tech is fast-paced, and this sector can often come with high-stakes, high-expectations, and high-stress for those working within it. Since tech is often about maximizing opportunities before your competitors, many people working in tech feel as though it’s crucial to work 24/7 to stay at the front of the latest technology or risk falling behind. For many organizations – especially start-ups – small teams are often challenged with the task of managing a large workload, as well as other life responsibilities.
One hand on the reigns, the other on our hearts, introducing Keira, our Operations Manager! With a project management Midas touch, she brings focus, organization, and purpose to every project she encounters.
The tech industry is vibrant and growing, yet we still don’t hear that much about everyday women working in tech. We felt it was important to share the experiences of all the wonderful women we work with and their careers in the tech industry this far.
The digital landscape is rapidly changing. In North America, approximately 89 percent of the population is online
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?
When you have invested a significant amount of capital into on-premise solutions for your business, it can be difficult to think about changing your technological infrastructure by moving your workload into the cloud.
Transactions in IP and finance often require an excessive amount of verified personal information. But what if there was a way to provide verified proof by revealing only the specific amount of information necessary to approve the transaction?
With the rise of blockchain technology, cryptocurrencies, FinTech and RegTech, compliance departments are facing a lot of new challenges. There’s a fine line between enjoying the benefits of advancements and managing the risks that come with them.
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.