The recruiting field is a highly competitive one, amplified by widespread talent shortages across many industries and skill sets. It’s a big challenge to cut through the noise and capture the attention of in-demand candidates being inundated with calls and emails every day. Luckily, there are a number of effective recruiting tools that can help you beat the competition, connect with candidates, and give your own career a boost in the process. [···]
Artificial Intelligence is no longer a science fiction storyline, but a concrete reality that is revolutionizing countless businesses across many industries. In fact, 62% of enterprises are expected to be using AI by next year, with the AI market growing to $47 billion by 2020. The staffing and recruiting field is no exception.
It currently takes a specific skill set and mentality to succeed in a recruiting career, but will the successful recruiters a decade from now look different from successful recruiters today? While some worry about job security and others rejoice because of role improvements, here’s how the future of AI will impact your job as a recruiter. [···]
Taking measures to safeguard against cyberattacks is like taking daily vitamins: everyone knows they should, but often neglect this important part of staying digitally (or physically) healthy. One of the single largest challenges facing businesses today is the fact that the evolution of technology has far outpaced the development of and investment in security measures. Too many times we’ve seen organizations who thought “that won’t happen to us” reach out to CyberSearch in crisis mode.
Instead of dealing with the fallout and aftermath of a massive breach, it’s necessary to be proactive and take stock of current operations while preventative measures are still an option. Let’s take a look at common cybersecurity threats and real-world examples that showcase how two of our clients identified and safeguarded against vulnerabilities. [···]
Hiring in IT is already a challenge due to a small talent pool, and each day is an indication that this struggle will worsen. Turn on the TV or open an internet browser and you’ll quickly discover yet another news item regarding U.S. immigration policies. Flooded by so many proposed changes, opinions, analyzations, and court decisions, the topic has become a murky river that we are all floating down but cannot see through. In an effort to grasp a clearer picture of what’s happening and what it means for you, let’s take a step back and look at how immigration reform is impacting IT staffing. [···]
So you’ve beat out the competition’s offers and recruited a top tech candidate. Game over, right? Not necessarily. Your onboarding process will have a significant impact on the retention and engagement of that employee. At a time when 86% of new hires decide their future with a company within the first six months, proper onboarding is key to retaining talent and preventing negative employee personalities from developing. Closely tied to the longevity of a business, here are ways to make the most of onboarding IT talent. [···]
Today’s tech arena is a widely-varying cornucopia of cutting-edge jobs and responsibilities that barely even existed ten years ago. The immense power that new technology can grant a business explains these jobs’ rise to stardom. In particular, knowledge in the specialty areas of applications, security, data, and the cloud are drawing the highest demand, with hiring managers using expanded budgets to secure this talent. With this in mind, let’s take a look at 2017’s highest paying IT jobs. [···]
With the explosion of information pouring into companies’ servers and data warehouses in recent years, the enormous power that big data holds is unquestionable among executives. Studies indicate that even though 97% of business leaders use data analytics, only 19% are very satisfied with the insights they deliver. While several factors may contribute to this dissatisfaction, none are as profound as the talent problem plaguing the tech industry.
While finding the perfect IT candidate is difficult in general, when it comes to big data specialists the talent shortage is even more pronounced. In order to solve the big data talent shortage, organizations must first ask themselves four important questions. [···]
When it comes to cloud computing and CRM there is typically one name that comes to mind first, and for good reason. Salesforce is a behemoth in CRM, leading competitors by a large margin with its 19.7% market share. This dominance is owed not only to the impact of Salesforce tools on a business, but also to the fact that Salesforce is constantly looking ahead at technological advancements and improvements. It’s why Forbes has named Salesforce as one of the world’s most innovative companies six years in a row.
With so much advancement coming out of its San Francisco headquarters, it’s important for current and potential Salesforce users to take a look at what the most recent innovations mean, and to explore the future of Salesforce offerings. [···]
Making the business decision to migrate data and applications to the cloud, either from your physical site for the first time or from one cloud environment to another, is a crucial task to execute correctly. In order to avoid compromising sensitive enterprise information, you need the best talent on your side to guarantee that the process is conducted successfully.
The IT talent shortage is especially prevalent when seeking cloud expertise. Knowing you can’t just hire the first person you interview to get it over with, due diligence must be taken. Look for and consider the following traits and areas in order to find the best talent for your cloud migration project. [···]
There is no doubt the superhighway of the internet has improved life for organizations the world over, but with each new innovation comes another avenue for a cyberattack to travel down. Vulnerabilities in cybersecurity are no longer just a concern, but a widespread epidemic. Last year data breaches rose a whopping 40%, with 37 million records exposed affecting every sector including the government, financial services, education, health, and businesses the world over.
The evolving role of tech leadership must focus on being proactive to avoid becoming another victim. Understanding the rapidly shifting landscape of cybersecurity threats can be difficult, but discovering vulnerabilities and closing them to attacks is essential for every organization now more than ever. [···]