Decades ago, former Novell CEO Robert Frankenberg announced that “Work is no longer a destination, it’s an activity!” Since then, more and more employees have been getting to work, without going to work. Many managers and others still feel that one of the core characteristics of a team is “being together” but many who are […]
Change is, well… scary. It’s something different and unexpected. We’d be lying to ourselves if we said that our first day at a brand new school wasn’t a little nerve-wracking or if we aren’t a little anxious on a particular Wednesday in November after an election year. Sure you can formulate predictions based on previous […]
It’s an exciting feeling to walk into a brand new restaurant. The ambiance is electric; the restaurant appears aesthetically pleasing, and, at first impression, it has lived up to the rave reviews you’ve heard. Now that you’re seated, your interest diverts to the menu, and boy are you enthralled. The menu offers appetizers that you […]
Everyone and everything in our world today has needs. Children need guidance, we all need shelter, and of course, your dog needs to hang its head out of the car window. In the work realm, we have needs too: coffee, if you have a pulse, analytics if you’re a boss and no matter who you […]
Do you like free money? Who doesn’t? It just so happens that in two weeks, we’re giving a LOT of it away. Over $500,000 to be exact and what’s better is you could be a lucky recipient of it. Ok, now that I have your attention, let me explain how you could win. It doesn’t […]
The shift to cloud computing is among the most prolific trends in information technology today. Organizations in both the private and public sectors have already begun migrating applications, services and data to the cloud in an effort to consolidate hardware resources, save money and improve sharing and collaboration capabilities. Small and medium-sized businesses especially have […]
New Horizons Computer Learning Centers announces that Project Management Institute (PMI), the world’s largest project management member association, has named it as a Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.) effective November 1, 2014.
While such an environment can motivate you to build expertise and self-reliance, here are some ways you can continue challenge yourself and stay-tuned to ever-evolving best practices.
One of the most important components of a long and successful IT career is professional development and continuous IT training. IT managers that encourage this behavior in their departments will find that it ultimately benefits them, their companies and the entire IT staff. This becomes even more important as organizations place additional demands on IT […]
In a Microsoft-sponsored skills gap study, IDC examined the correlation between the growth of cloud computing and the need for certified, trained, “cloud-ready” professionals to provide support for a rapidly changing technology environment. The study shows that across 600 hiring managers, the demand for “cloud-ready” IT workers will grow by 26 percent annually through 2015, which translates […]