There are more than half a million IT job openings in the United States alone. Organizations like yours are constantly faced with how to identify candidates that could be the right fit. But what about your current team? They have valuable industry and company knowledge, are their IT skills keeping up with your rapid changing needs?
In 2019 and beyond, employing skilled IT workers will set successful companies apart. With increasing technical demands and a shortage of qualified workers, organizations should invest in training and certification to keep their workforce sharp.
Enter the not so scary age of Automation. Automation helps organizations eliminate defects and redundancies, freeing up you and your team to be more productive with their time and contributions. Here are six ways businesses, including New Horizons Learning Group, are taking advantage of automation for IT service management.
A key component of a successful business, a well-trained IT team can keep systems operating smoothly, protect your business from external threats, and tackle the challenges of changing technology. As technology evolves more and more rapidly, the skills essential to an IT professional change too.
Microsoft Azure is part of the 3 main components of the cloud computing XaaS family consisting of IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service), PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) and SaaS (Software-as-a-Service). Azure is both IaaS and PaaS, and like all cloud computing services their overall business benefits are to help any organization "achieve their desired business outcomes". Let's take a quick look at one of the business benefits of Azure - Disaster Recovery.