In this preeminent digital era, a plethora of new candidates have been interested in tech. As a result, we’ve seen “Data science jobs increase by almost 94%, and information security analyst positions grew by about 10%. Additionally, computer managers, software developers, web developers, and computer network architects all grew by about 5%.” It’s clear, there’s no better time to jump into tech. Here’s how.
Cloud Technology Application
In-house computer servers were historically the only solution for storing important company documents. With limited capacity, in-house computer servers have undoubtedly become an ancient and inefficient tool to businesses who seek to evolve and store archives of current and antiquated data. Over the past few years, cloud computing has stirred an understandable amount of buzz, and have proven to be an immeasurable aid to major and growing businesses alike. “Tech analyst Gartner predicts that as much as half of spending across application software, infrastructure software, business process services and system infrastructure markets will have shifted to the cloud by 2025, up from 41% in 2022. It estimates that almost two-thirds of spending on application software will be via cloud computing, up from 57.7% in 2022.”
Kingston & Area Community
Founded in 1673 by Louis de Buade, Kingston, Ontario has so much history to be explored within its perimeters. As a local Kingston business that loves learning and teaching others, we thought we’d put together this list of learning destinations around our favourite city. Be sure to check out these awesome Kingston museums this August (all of which rank in the top 10 on Trip Advisor)!
With increasing cybersecurity & IT needs, capable IT professionals in management roles are more in demand than ever before. Quality IT leadership is a necessity for employee engagement and overall workplace development and requires a unique skillset. These leaders are particularly important during a transition period, as employees value being guided and heard. Quality leaders “serve as the connectors of the parts of the system” - they communicate the need for each part to work with all the others. When the parts are brought together systematically, they are supported by data and repeatable over time.” Powerful IT leaders are connectors, team players, strategists, guides and so much more!
In Canada, cyberattacks are a frequent and prevalent occurrence. One attack can affect millions and often results in breached and failing computer systems, manipulated intellectual data, and stolen customer identities and personal information. Innovative and vetted cybersecurity for organizations is essential in our increasingly tech-based world.