What exactly is cloud computing? Here are some facts you need to know – and the fiction that many believe.
Is your data safe in the Cloud? There’s a growing need for Information Communications Technology operators. For decades to come, ICT will be a growing career field as well-trained cyber security experts work to protect mobility and prevent loss in the ever-evolving cloud.
This holiday season many people will receive tech gadgets that are cloud-enabled. What do they need to know about the cloud?
A recently established contender in the Cloud industry is about to offer High Performance Computing, nearly tripling the data exchange rate. As more providers utilize the wired fabric that allows this rapid service, more enterprises could turn to High Performance Computing.
No matter how well you’ve secured your preferred device, you’re taking a chance any time you connect to a public access point. Here are some tips for securing yourself in a public hotspot.
Cloud computing careers are growing throughout the U.S. Is this technology field for you? Find out by viewing this infographic, Living in a Virtual World: The Anatomy of a Cloud Computing Expert.
Cloud computing offers a new model for the 21st century.
Rev your engines, Information Technology experts. A U.S. auto manufacturer plans to hire approximately 10,000 well-trained IT pros within the next five years, and start doing as much as 90% of its IT work in-house. Just another sign that strong technology skills can secure careers today, and in the future.
In the latest annual survey for the National Association of Colleges and Employers, companies planning to hire were most interested in grads who had majored in engineering, business, accounting, computer science or economics. Here are 10 fields that are likely to flourish in 2020.
South Dakota’s unemployment rate is about half of the national average and job opportunities are abundant in IT, healthcare and engineering.
In the job market, consider that there are approximately 3 million unfilled positions because companies can't find workers with basic technical skills. There's expected to be about 10 million such openings by 2020.
Information technology will be one of the fastest-growing fields this decade as commerce has gone digital in industries across the board.
While much of the energy sector's hiring over the next decade will involve skilled and unskilled labor to operate drill rigs and tractor trailers, college grads with technical and advanced degrees will be needed to fill lucrative positions as engineers, scientists, and technicians.