• The H-1B visa: Facts, requirements, processes
    The H-1B visa program is probably the most well-known U.S. federal employment visas, and arguably the most controversial. Businesses say it’s too restrictive. Labor organizations complain that it displaces U.S. workers and lowers their wages. Some politicians use it to appeal to their base with scant ability to fix the ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-25
  • BrandPost: Revving up data analytics with Apache Spark and Kubernetes
    The ability to process a large amount of data, be it batch or streaming data, is a must-have for organizations that want to leverage data analytics to drive better business decision-making and power the next generation of machine learning applications. Today, Dell Technologies makes this journey easier with a new ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-24
  • Don’t let the coronavirus make you a home office security risk
    Congratulations. You're now the chief security officer of your company’s newest branch office: Your home. Here's how to manage your new job. ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-24
  • Briefing the board on security: Put data in the driver’s seat
    With the annual costs of cybercrime predicted to hit $6 trillion worldwide by next year, the boardroom conversations CIOs have about cybersecurity are weighted with anxieties on both sides.“We have a burning platform, and that’s a leadership opportunity” CIOs should step up and seize, says Bob Zukis, founder of the Digital Directors Network, an executive ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-24
  • 7 tips for coping with a limited IT budget
    Nothing in this world is certain except death and taxes — and limited IT budgets. There aren't many IT leaders who have lost sleep over overfunding. Rather, sleepless nights wondering how to meet organizational aspirations when saddled with woefully underfunded budgets is more the norm.Even IT leaders managing relatively generous ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-24
  • BrandPost: What do humans and HDD’s have in common?
    As part of the DELL EMC data science team, one of holy grails for our team has always been to develop a model for predicting drive failures. Rotating magnetic drives are still the main technology for storing digital information, and at DELL EMC they can reach up to thousands in ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-23
  • Post-coranavirus planning calls for more (not less) investment in tech
    The coronavirus crisis is just beginning. But it will end. And how you fare after the pandemic depends on what you do right now. Here are four areas to focus on. ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-23
  • 7 secrets of successful remote IT teams
    When there's a contagious disease outbreak, a natural disaster or any other type of widespread emergency, IT team members may be required to work from home or at some other safe location until normal business operations can resume.Maintaining productivity and ensuring that essential IT services continue functioning uninterrupted throughout the ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-23
  • Covid-19 welfare splash crashes MyGov website, spurs frenzied backpedalling
    Government services minister, Stuart Robert, insisted on Monday that the MyGov website was still working despite it having appeared to crash following a mass exodus online of Australians scrambling for a welfare lifeline offered in response to Covid-19.Appearing to back-pedal following a spate of media reports throughout the morning, Robert ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-23
  • 10 ways you’re getting workplace diversity wrong (and how to get it right)
    The business case for diversity is well-documented. Diverse teams perform better and develop more innovative ideas, directly impacting a company’s bottom line and overall performance. Ignoring diversity as a business priority can also severely limit your potential customer base. A diverse workforce is better positioned to come up with solutions ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-20
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