How Secure Is Your Company’s IT Security?

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How secure is your company’s IT security infrastructure? A study for global computer security software company McAfee (now Intel Security Group) conducted by the Center for Strategic and International Studies valued the combined cost of illegal hacking to the 2014 world economy at more than $440 billion. With the damage inflicted by cybersecurity attacks on… Read more »

Top Candidates: April 2016

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Candidate #1 – Sr. Net Software Engineer 20 years of progressive experience as Programmer, Senior Software Engineer, Project Leader and Architect. Involved with full software development life cycle, including but not limited to gathering requirements, system analysis, design, development, debugging, testing, user training, deployment and production support of software projects. Extensive experience in Internet, intranet,… Read more »

What’s Changing for Women in the World of Tech?

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It’s no secret the tech industry has had problems with gender equality. Last year, Netflix and Facebook announced updated policies on maternity leave, renewing the debate on the role women play in the male-dominated arena of technology. Persistent issues include a lack of opportunities for women, and a salary gap that often forces women to… Read more »

Hiring Millennials: What You REALLY Need to Know

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Millennials, people born from the early 1980s onward, now comprise 35 percent of America’s workforce, so finding ways to recruit and retain them matters more now than ever.  Unfortunately, it’s a very misunderstood generation, which can make the hiring and firing process nothing short of a headache.  Many people feel that millennials are lazy.  Others… Read more »