End user training is important, no doubt. It can keep users compliant, safe and, with any luck, cut down on the number and frequency of help desk requests. Unfortunately, IT just doesn’t always have the time and resources to devote to it.
Although cloud computing is becoming a critical IT and business strategy, many business decision makers are still clueless when it comes to the cloud. As IT Director Richard Thompson writes in this guest post, IT professionals need to do a better job explaining cloud computing to other parts of the business.
As demand is growing for IT pros with Big Data skills and experience, many companies will begin training their own workers to create new experts. Meanwhile, several Big Data education programs are popping up to help meet the new needs in the job market.
Recruiting IT pros is tough right now, and the hard work continues long after a candidate accepts a job offer.
Many cyber attacks begin with phishing emails directed at an organization’s employees. According to a new report, those scams can often fool even those who should know better.
While Big Data has been a much-hyped technology for some time, many companies are just now getting ready to begin their projects. Is IT ready for the challenge?
There are many ways to offer training to IT staff members. Different skill sets often require different methods to get the full impact.