Recruiting IT pros is tough right now, and the hard work continues long after a candidate accepts a job offer.
Initially, many observers in IT worried that cloud computing would eliminate IT jobs as companies put more parts of their operations in the hands of service providers. However, right now it seems that the trend has simply created a demand for new types of IT skills.
IT certifications can add a lot of value for technology pros. That’s especially true for these security certifications, writes Anjali Simplilearn in this guest post.
Competition for IT employees is high right now, and many small companies may find they’re having trouble attracting top talent. But there are some ways smaller organizations can use their size to their advantage.
Interviews are a critical part of the IT hiring process. But with so little time to assess candidates, what are the best questions for managers to ask?
Like any group of people, members of an IT staff don’t always get along. In this guest post, workplace expert Jennifer Michelle has some advice for when trouble brews.
While the debate continues regarding the low numbers of women in IT and whether organizations should do anything to change it, one recent study offered a bit of good news:
Recent reports have been showing that IT salaries are increasing on average across the whole field. But here’s one factor that could affect how much IT pros gain:
Demand for IT workers with specific skills is strong. Increased regulatory requirements, mounds and mounds of data to collect, analyze and store, security concerns, booming technologies that businesses are hurrying to deploy – all these trends are leading to an uptick in the IT job market in 2012.