As our world becomes more connected, companies across industries have expressed an ever-increasing need for technology specialists. And with more companies vying for their share in this limited pool of specialized talent, it has become extra challenging for businesses to uncover and hire the perfect candidate.
A software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) can help your business seamlessly improve productivity, accelerate your initiatives, and lower on-site WAN costs through its connectivity with the cloud. Office applications (like Google Suite, Microsoft 360, and many others) now mainly run in the cloud, hence the need for a WAN that’s suitable for cloud-native apps and can be implemented at scale to different sites or branches. This is where an SD-WAN comes in.
For the second year in a row, Texas ranked as the top state for startup businesses. The ranking results came from WalletHub, a finance website, which carefully compiled a report that evaluated 50 states against various criteria on being startup-friendly, including population education, labor costs, and office space pricing.
Finding qualified candidates to fill data science jobs is a challenging task for HR professionals and companies. While plenty of people have some experience or education in data science and analytics, they might not have the full skillset you need. Fortunately, you have the option to calibrate existing or explore new strategies for hiring the right people in these fields of expertise this year.
According to a survey conducted by Deloitte, one in three Americans has been exposed to a data compromise, while 47% feel they do not have enough control over their data.
As of July 2019, the Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) Area ranked as the fifth-largest tech labor pool in North America, with almost 170,000 tech workers in the area. This number was up by 15% since 2013.