By now, we’ve all become accustomed to the tremendous business advantages gained from virtualisation in the data centre: lower power consumption, less heat to manage, better resource allocation, disaster recovery capability and easy management.
Massively complex technology solutions tend to fail more often than they succeed. Business Technology’s resident U.S. blogger Keil Hubert suggests that losing sight of the end users’ critical business processes inevitably leads to the development and deployment of IT solutions that make customers’ lives worse instead of better.
Now that his 2014 Summer Interviewing Series is over, Business Technology’s resident U.S. ‘blogger Keil Hubert wants everyone to stop freaking out over Apple’s new watch. Thanks.
I want to believe in the future of E-government. I really do. Unfortunately, my experience with government services delivered over the web has been mixed, and I don’t see how they’re likely to get any better, and I think we’re demanding more than government agencies can realistically deliver.
Arbitrary barriers are annoying enough when you’re looking for work in the IT sector. Business Technology’s resident U.S. blogger Keil Hubert suggests that being jerked around over meaningless barriers is supremely aggravating.
Interviewing for IT jobs is tough enough, but it’s a lot tougher when you have no idea how to do it well. Business Technology’s resident U.S. blogger Keil Hubert submit’s that it’s both quick and painless for leaders to help a candidate learn from their last interview attempt.
Stress over money issues dominates most workers’ lives, and yet it’s a taboo subject in the office. Business Technology’s resident U.S. blogger Keil Hubert argues that it’s in the hiring manager’s best interests to discuss the applicants’ needs frankly during the interview.
Making a fabulous impression at your job interview is important, but it shouldn’t be your sole objective. Business Technology’s resident U.S. blogger Keil Hubert discusses the need to talk about dry details early on in the interview.
It’s that time again! Business Technology’s resident U.S. blogger Keil Hubert officially kicks off his annual summer interviewing series with a provocative suggestion.
I heard that y’all are getting a new season of Red Dwarf sometime this year.