Category Archives: Employment

Cloud Infographic: IT Cloud Skills Gap

Cloud Infographic: IT Cloud Skills Gap

Cloud Infographic: IT Cloud Skills Gap Cloud computing, big data, enterprise technologies and other cross-dimensional technologies are the hottest portfolios in the IT industry, where many organizations are investing heavily across the globe. This heavy investment is producing a sustainable growth of jobs in the area of information technologies. A study conducted by CompTIA under the caption

Using Cloud Computing To Increase Employee Productivity And Contentment

Employee Productivity and Contentment Every supervisor, manager, or HR officer knows that a content employee is a productive employee. So in this regard many companies implement some form of employee recognition and awarding scheme to facilitate productivity and contentment, and also add some bit of healthy competition –which we know for a fact does not

How Is The Cloud Transforming Employee Learning

How Is The Cloud Transforming Employee Learning The pace of business change is unrelenting in the era of the cloud computing. As businesses adjust to this new world, the learning & development role is becoming increasingly crucial as the number of employees and their associated demands grow in form and complexity. Take a moment and

Cloud Seen As Next Frontier For Jobs And Educational Opportunities

Cloud Seen As Next Frontier For Jobs And Educational Opportunities

Educational Opportunities For a long time, popular imagination has attached cloud computing to technological and corporate success.  features in cloud discussions mainly when talking about asynchronous learning or budget-worthy methods of sharing library databases. Now there is a better chance to make use of the learning systems to tap into the fourteen million employment opportunities

Start-Ups and The Cloud: A Match Made In Heaven

Start-Ups and The Cloud: A Match Made In Heaven

Start-Ups and The Cloud: A Match Made in Heaven Low on cash, always busy and prone to wonder, first-time entrepreneurs who rely on technology are fighting an uphill battle. Along with the sales, recruiting and administrative responsibilities entrepreneurs shoulder, these human swiss-army knives must also arrange an efficient IT structure. Entrepreneurs in years past had