You resolved an issue with the diligence that makes you the great tech that you are. You moved on, but the person on the other end now has your direct extension and uses it constantly. Here are tips on how to avoid this situation and what to do if you find yourself in this situation.
Depending on the size of your organization, you are responsible not only for deploying a new system, appliance, or network, but also training end users. Here are a few tips to help you make sure you effectively get the message out to them.
How vulnerable are you? Are your passwords secure? Is your personal information under wraps? To gain some insight, we examined 50,000 emails and passwords that were leaked online. We analyzed passwords for root words and easy-to-guess elements.
With so many options, it’s tough to know which languages and skills are the most worthy of investing your time in. We analyzed data from Stack Overflow to see which languages and skills were mentioned the most in job postings. We then compiled the results to serve as a guide for your targeted IT training.
Want to figure out how to take full advantage of Google? Here are a few easy tips and tricks that will make your end users (and you) the best Googler possible. You probably already know this stuff, but we wrote it out so you don’t have to.
All the computer hardware in the world will one day perish, piece by agonizing piece. It’s not a matter of if, but when — and despite this inevitability, hardware failure always comes as a thief in the night. Be prepared.
Unfortunately, rejection is a part of life. There are soft rejections without significant emotional investment, and then there are hard rejections. Here are a few unfortunately common reasons you didn’t get the job, and what you should do next time during the IT job hunt process.
Worried about starting off on the wrong foot the first day of your brand new job? Don’t worry, we aren’t going to let that happen. We’ve put together some short and sweet advice to make sure you are a Day-1 superstar and will be allowed to come back to the office the next day.