So you want to be a network administrator? That’s awesome. But you don’t want to be a run-of-the-mill NetAdmin, right? Here are ways you can step up your professional game.
The titles of network administrator and systems administrator are thrown around interchangeably, especially in smaller organizations. But as your team grows, it’s clear there’s a distinction between the two roles for a reason.
Much like tech itself, IT projects are a whirlwind. There are so many projects, all happening at the same time. As a result, mistakes do happen. So, it’s important to make sure you don’t repeat them. Here are some common IT project mistakes and how to avoid them.
In recent years, Python’s popularity has exploded — and not only among programmers. You might be surprised to know that Python is a data scientist’s dream. We took a look at why the data science industry has embraced Python.
Technology is the fabric of modern life. As we spend more time looking at screens, the more people pick up the IT vernacular — at varying levels of proficiency. Here is a list of IT terms that everyone gets wrong, but it doesn’t matter. (It really doesn’t.)
Think IT certification is only for those who want to set up networks or deploy cloud solutions? With how reliant every organization is on technology today, there’s a cert for everyone. Here’s a look at three that can benefit everyone from the receptionist to the CEO.
Networking, security, and more recently, the cloud have topped the list of skills most in demand by the enterprise. A recent survey found that a need is growing for IT pros with Linux skills. Discover why Linux is gaining traction on a larger scale.
Windows still is popular among the enterprise, but that doesn’t make it the best solution. Especially when it comes to ease of use. Whether it’s for your daily driver workstation or your entire organization, learn how Linux is easier to use than Windows.
Organizations used to invest heavily in their own private data centers. But as more organizations move away from on-prem data centers to the cloud, the data center finds itself in a perilous position, along with the people who run them.
It should be easier to recruit talent in a good economy. Recruiters and HR pros know that candidates feel secure when times are good and may be willing to explore new opportunities. Yet, HR professionals are feeling squeezed for qualified candidates.