Maintaining a Career in Technology: Top IT Career Areas in 2018
Technology is rapidly changing with new advancements coming out every day. With the changes in mobile technology, cloud computing and the Internet of Things, it should come as no surprise that information technology has some of the most in-demand jobs according to U.S. News, with jobs ranking high in the majority of the seven best job categories.
Your NRF 2018 Survival Guide – 12 Tips to Surviving the Big Show
NRF is called the BIG Show for a reason. With over 18,000 retailers from more than 95 countries, it’s a huge event. Surviving all three days can be a real grind, but it’s totally worth it when you get back to the office and reflect on how much you were able to accomplish. Still, staying sharp over the course of the show can be hard. So to help, we’ve put together this short NRF Survival Guide.
Will Migrating to Windows 10 Enhance Your Digital Workplace?
It’s happening. According to a recent survey conducted by Gartner, adoption of Microsoft’s latest operating system by enterprise is accelerating, with a predicted 85 percent of enterprises beginning their migration by the end of 2017. The best news is that an upgrade to Windows 10 is well worth it and can significantly enhance the digital workplace.
Wireless Failover – How You Can Keep In-Store Technology Available When Customers Need It Most
As stores introduce more technology to attract customers, the risk of downtime leading to lost revenue increases. If a network incident does occur, it can bring all of the in-store technology down. Not only is there the initial cost of lost sales, but also the long-term risk of frustrating customers and driving them to choose a competitor the next time they shop. This article will explain how wireless failover technology can benefit your stores.
Are You Taking Mobile Device Security Seriously?
Things to do or avoid when implementing mobile devices at healthcare facilities.
What is the Digital Workplace?
This is the digital workplace. This is the new reality for employees, enterprises, and IT departments. It’s driving new technology requirements and putting pressure on IT to make it possible for end users to work and collaborate on multiple tools and devices as seamlessly as possible. And it’s not going anywhere.