“We need more women in tech!”
For several years now, the dearth of women working in technology — and the need for creative ways to attract girls and women to technology-related careers, has been a hot topic. Yet despite all of the initiatives, the scholarships, the STEM education, and the outreach, for the most part, women are still woefully underrepresented in technology, particularly in IT.
Continue reading What Women Really Want From a Tech Career – And Why Education is Only the Beginning
The cloud has been hailed as the savior of 21st-century businesses. Not only is it possible to build a company from the ground up using only cloud-based services, but taking advantage of the cloud allows a company to save time, money, and other valuable resources, helping small businesses get bigger, faster. To many entrepreneurs, the cloud is a digital miracle.
However, the cloud is fallible. Before moving to the cloud ― or before tragedy strikes from the cloud ― business leaders must learn about the potential threats of working with the cloud and what they can do to ensure the safety of their organizations.
Continue reading What to Do When Security Threats Come From the Cloud
You may have heard that there is a new version of ITIL®, ITIL® 4, coming out in early 2019. As an ITIL® 3 certified individual or someone looking to earn an ITIL® certification, you’re probably curious what this new version means to you. Here to give you the latest update, is ITProTV Edutainer Jo Peacock. Check out these two quick videos on what is confirmed to be new in the upcoming version – ITIL® 4.
Jo Answers the Common Questions:
What’s new in the ITIL® 4 version?
Is your ITIL® 3 certification still valid?
Should you wait to take your ITIL® certification exams?
When will ITProTV start filming training for ITIL® 4?
Continue reading In the News: Your ITIL®4 Update from Jo Peacock