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Big data doesn't work if decision-makers can't absorb what it means. Enter the data visualization expert to sort it all out.
Your next great IT hire already works for your organization. Here's how to discover hidden IT gems.
Changing jobs is one of the most traumatic professional experiences of your life. Throughout the hiring process you are being evaluated. However, it shouldn't be a one-way street.
Job hunters, take note: Companies are seeking IT pros who can speak tech and business with equal ease.
If you are in IT management long enough eventually you will have to fire someone. Knowing how to do it the right way can make it less impactful and emotional for all involved.
A good--or bad--project manager can make the difference between a project coming in on time and on budget and it being a failure. How can you spot a good project manager? We talked to experts and IT executives to find out.
Businesses, though, are struggling to find employees to handle big data, the term assigned to gathering and analyzing massive quantities of information.
In large technology departments, dysfunctional relationships breed like mushrooms in a dank basement. Your dev and ops teams are no longer on speaking terms, while your junior and senior developers can't seem to agree on anything.
In today's competitive IT job market having the right certification can help push your resume to the top of the stack or push you ahead of your colleagues when the opportunity for a promotion arises. Once you have decided on your career goals and objectives you can identify the IT Certification which is right for you.
The current tech talent gap is just the first sign of a coming revolution in the IT jobs market. Here's how to secure your footing now and brace for what's ahead.