Category: IT Hiring

The Baby Boomer Impact on the Workplace

by James P. Gardner on June 5, 2013

 

According to the US Census Bureau, a Baby Boomer is a person who was born during the demographic post-World War II baby boom between the years 1946 and 1964.  The issue has been around for many years, but the impact of the Baby Boomer Generation on the workforce is being felt now more than ever. In today’s volatile […]

 

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Getting the Most Out of Your Employee Referral Program

by Marcy I. Link on April 2, 2013

 

Whether the IT candidate market is sparse or saturated, finding quality contractors has always been a significant challenge to the enterprise. Companies utilize their corporate website, job boards, LinkedIn, and even Facebook in their attempts to attract contractors, but the chance of getting an “A” player is slim. For many years, the employee referral program […]

 

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How Secure is the Cloud?

by Resource 1 on March 11, 2013

 

Cloud computing is so ubiquitous that most companies have evaluated, if not already implemented, a cloud-based strategy. With benefits that can’t be refuted, small to medium sized companies are turning to the cloud in droves. Although the cloud produces infrastructure efficiencies and increased overall organizational flexibilities, the associated security issues have proven to be significant […]

 

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IT Consulting Firm vs.VMS Program

by James P. Gardner on March 4, 2013

 

What are the benefits of working with an IT consulting firm versus a VMS Program? VMS (Vendor Management System) Programs are (typically) web-based applications that act as a mechanism for businesses to manage and procure a wide array of staffing services. While their inception is nothing new, the widespread adoption of the VMS, specifically by […]

 

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Is Cloud Computing for you?

by John A. Mussatto on February 25, 2013

 

Cloud computing is currently one of the hottest topics among the tech community today. Computing in the ‘Cloud’ evokes images of applications floating above in some viscous cloud, reliably levitating availability whenever needed. The term perfectly describes what cloud computing actually is – a way to increase capacity and add capability at will without investing in new […]

 

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