By: Patrick Burke
Patrick Burke is a writer and editor based in the greater New York area and occasionally blogs for Rackspace Hosting.
Cloud computing is being embraced by companies both large and small, and those potential employees with skill sets that include cloud know-how are, accordingly, growing in demand, a study released by CompTIA, the IT vendor industry association, reveals.
The increased use of cloud computing by small, fledgling businesses and established enterprises means changes in job descriptions, and a need for vendors and enterprises to reconsider the type of working relationships they have, according to the CompTIA study of 500 IT and business professionals.
More than three out of five companies report they are adding new types of skill sets to their IT departments to keep up with growing cloud requirements. Skills now in demand include private cloud developers and administrators, departmental liaisons, integration specialists, cloud architects, and compliance specialists, the report states. …
Given how tough the job market is these days, those looking for work need every advantage in their corner.
With that being the case, what happens to the job seeker that has negative information about them floating around the Internet? Do they hope that the content just magically disappears or do they take action to make it become less relevant?
As job searchers are discovering in today’s Internet age, there is no margin for error when it comes to the hunt for work. With countless people applying for literally each and every job out there, one must make sure that their image is as pristine as possible.
If you have some doubts as to what your online image may be saying about you as you currently or prepare to look for work, keep a few of these things in mind:
1. Image is everything – For the majority of businesses, hiring the right fit …
Lately the job market has become scarce. With so many unemployed professionals and qualifications businesses are looking for on the rise, it may be hard for those just graduating college to find employment. The mobile market however, has offered some assistance. If you are job hunting it is time consuming to drive back and forth between home and job interviews. With mobile apps you can find jobs to apply for no matter where you are. Here are 5 mobile apps that can give you the next job prospect no matter where you are looking.
This is based off the popular website that launched in 1993. It allows you to search job listings based on location. You can choose city, state, zip code, or even use the GPS feature to find open positions near your current location no matter where you are. If you are looking for a job nearby, this app may …
The internet has revolutionized the way companies advertise, meet and interact with their customers. The websites have become the face of the companies and provide a direct platform between a company and a customer. Therefore, it is very important that this face of the company always remains in the good books of the clients so that he may refer it to others. The person who is responsible in maintaining and dealing with the issues related to a website is called the webmaster.
In the recent years, the job description of a webmaster has undergone massive changes due to the increase in the dependency on the websites as platforms to interact and confront issues. A webmaster does not have a particular role to play but he may have to adapt to various roles depending upon his organization. Nevertheless, a webmaster must monitor the website, its functions, its problems and that the website provides a great online …