Computer hacking forensic investigation is the process of detecting hacking attacks and properly extracting evidence to report the crime and conduct audits to prevent future attacks. Computer crime in today’s cyber world is on the rise. Computer Investigation techniques are being used...
What is a Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator?
An up and coming field that is little understood, but is in increasing demand
New Microsoft 365 Beta Certification Exams Are Live
Microsoft 365 Enterprise Administrators Can Now Take Exams MS-100 and MS-101
The Difference Between an IT Worker and an IT Leader
IT TRULY IS A DREAM JOB FOR SOME, AND YET THE AMOUNT OF COMPLEXITY INVOLVED CAN ALLOW FOR PEOPLE TO BECOME COMPLACENT.
Working within IT is a unique experience. Professionals in this field are often on the cutting edge of technology, and they get to rely on systems that ordinary people can only dream of. It truly is a dream job for some, and yet the amount of complexity involved can allow for people to become complacent.
There's nothing wrong with loving the position you're currently in, but but a problem does arise when this comfort keeps you from innovating. IT departments need leaders, and yet so many refuse the role. If you think you're up for the challenge, these simple tips can help you climb to the top of the ladder.
3 Reasons to Brush Up On Your Mobile Device Management Skills
More devices are interconnected than ever - they need to be secured and managed
Over the last decade, Mobile Device Management (MDM) has evolved from a novelty into a necessity for organizations. The reason for the shift is readily apparent: smartphones, tablets, and wearables have become fixtures of the work experience, playing a much more prominent role than the staples of yesteryear (e.g., personal digital assistants, pagers, and BlackBerry phones) ever did.
Does Working Virtually Make You Invisible?
these four factors will help answer that question
I work within a large IT organization and the people in my department have been given the opportunity to work from home. If I do, does it reduce my opportunities for promotion and/or increase my chances of getting laid off?
First, thanks for asking. It's great to get questions from my IT world readers. In short, the answer to your question regarding the effect of telecommuting on promotions and layoffs is that it depends on the following: