February 26, 2014
Many times people tend to jump the gun and make predictions before analyzing the facts. Tech changes occur on a daily basis and are difficult to keep up with. CIO magazine gathered data from all of 2013 and has reported a list of changes that will affect the tech industry in 2014.
Here are three IT trends we believe you need to consider in 2014:
Spying Scandal Could Impact the Cloud’s Growth
The depth of the NSA’s alleged spying and communications tapping –…
February 24, 2014
As CIO, keeping up with trending technologies is only one of your many roles. As a trusted expert, you are relied upon to translate technological trends into promising solutions for business challenges. With innovations occurring daily, the challenge is to identify the developments that can improve your business – increasing productivity, profitability or security.
AZ Tech Finders has identified five trends to watch from Gartner’s recently published “Top ten technologies and trends” for 2014.
Mobile Device Diversity and Management.
February 21, 2014
The millennial generation is a highly talented, versatile and motivated group. As the majority of millennial talent has grown up using information technology in their daily routine, it should come as no surprise that these individuals are able to quickly adapt to changing technology within the workforce.
Millennial Talent Is On The Rise
Considering that most companies and enterprises are now embracing IT as a means of bolstering their day-to-day operations, it’s easy to see how millennial talent can affect productivity in a positive way….
February 14, 2014
Cloud computing has moved beyond the “next hot thing” – an unproven concept – to slowly becoming the default IT platform of the future.
How is the Cloud changing? What is expected in 2014? Bernard Golden made 10 predictions for Cloud computing in a recent issue of CIO magazine article. Here are 4 of his top predictions.
More businesses will become software companies
Enterprises have gained confidence in cloud computing, and they are planning to go beyond development and testing environments….
February 2, 2014
The problem with salary pressure is two-fold. It’s harder to retain the talent you have and the competition for new techs gets even stiffer. With tech unemployment remaining low, how are employers to attract and retain the best talent without breaking the bank?