In some ways, convenience makes things more complicated. Take, for example, one of the latest IT fads that is sweeping many SMBs: Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). But what does that mean, exactly? Even more importantly: how do you protect your company when you have the option?
Technology is everywhere. Colleges have really started jumping onto the trend by providing laptops or tablets to students, offering online courses, and even starting to utilize social media such as Twitter and Facebook. With that being said, technology is revolutionizing the way higher education operates.
So you’ve got a dream job interview lined up, but you’re not sure what to expect? Don’t worry. You’re definitely not alone. We have all been there.
While no one can promise you exactly what to expect in any given job interview, there are certain “patterns” that have emerged from the interview process over the years. Various corporate cultures and businesses are known to have certain types of interviewers. Here are 5 types of interviewers that you might encounter and how to prepare for them.
Several industries have lowered costs and improved quality through investments in information technology. The healthcare sector, however, has been slow to follow suit.
Many providers lack the systems necessary to track a patient's care across multiple locations or providers a patient may see. Yet, information technology can better the quality of care that patients receive by avoiding medical errors, improving communication and boosting efficiency.
Employers have higher expectations of their employees today than they did in the past. If you want to stay relevant, competitive, and marketable, you’ll need to make sure that you’re continuously improving and evaluating yourself to ensure that you’re not coming up short. Here are 10 tips that can help you to stay relevant in the workforce.
So, you’ve got a job interview lined up and you’d like to know how to impress your interviewer? Fortunately, many interviewers have already answered that question.
Polls are frequently conducted among hiring managers asking what they’re looking for in candidates. The results of those polls are certainly useful to you, the interviewee. Here are the top 10 desires of hiring managers.
In the technology field, there are women leading some very well-known companies. Marissa Meyer is the CEO of Yahoo! and Ginni Rommety is in charge at IBM. Just this week, Twitter appointed the first woman to their board of directors, Marjorie Scardino, former Pearson CEO.