Think about all of the delays, obstructions and annoyances you encounter each workday. Have you ever stopped to think how many are caused directly or indirectly by skills gaps? The largest threat to information technology is a lack of necessary skills.
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The Fourth Industrial Revolution impacts every aspect of business. What does your organization need to do to prevent skills shortage? A combination of hiring and training is a realistic way for companies to ensure they have the talent to succeed.
We are almost at the end of the year. As we do every quarter, let’s take a look at the mergers, acquisitions and investments that happened over July, August and September 2019.
If your company hasn’t been compromised yet, congratulations. However, know that it will be. Evidence shows that the toll a breach takes on a company depends on how prepared its IT team and stakeholders - including all employees - are for the inevitable.
Customer education can help you ensure that clients, regardless of their location, role or skill profile, are equipped with the information that they need to drive results and make your business successful.
When it comes to interpreting data around their own workplace skills shortages, many organizations seem to have a blind spot. Even in 2019 companies of every size are ignoring all the indicators telling that they have an urgent need for ongoing training.
Technology is fantastic, making advances with earth-shattering speed that help us achieve more, connect with each other and do things that a mere decade ago we wouldn’t have believed possible. Technology doesn’t exist in a vacuum, though.
What are bootcamps doing to succeed in an industry marked by constant change? Let’s take a deep dive into the mentoring and coaching strategies, learning methods, diversity efforts, and other best practices coding bootcamps are using to ensure success.