When you’re in the early stages of a career in IT, the alphabet soup of credentials can often feel overwhelming. With so many options to choose from, how do you know which certification — or certifications — are the best for you? Which will get you the best jobs, and once you land a job, help you do it well? Which will help you move forward?
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.
If you ask anyone who works in IT, they will probably tell you that landing their job was the easy part. Sure, competition can be intense, and amazing opportunities don’t appear every day, but when you compare the process of getting a job to the pressures of keeping that job, it’s easy to look back and think that the job hunting process was a walk in the park.