Tuesday, May 12, 2015

The five coolest projects at AT&T Labs

6 examples of effective IT resumes | 12 easy ways to lose your ecommerce customers

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The five coolest projects at AT&T Labs
These days, researchers at AT&T Labs are focusing on cars, smart homes, wearables and health apps, judging by projects showcased at the company's Research Day. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More


Enterprises Forge Ahead with Hybrid Cloud Plans
In this white paper, read about hybrid cloud solutions that meet or exceed enterprise requirements for security, manageability, compatibility and support. Learn More


Digital Disruption: Unleashing The Next Wave of Innovation
In this session, our guest speaker James McQuivey author of the book "Digital Disruption", will explain how every role in every company can - and must - join the disruption that's happening all around them. Learn More

6 examples of effective IT resumes
Creating a compelling technology resume that stands out but more importantly illicits the type of job you’re focused on requires knowing what you want and telling your story quickly, clearly and concisely in a way that highlights what you bring to the table. Whether you’re an entry level IT worker, a mid-level tech employee or c-level executive, it’s no easy task. There are so many nuances, it’s tough to nail them all. So to help you create a resume that will get you hired and advance your IT career, we’ve assembled some of the greatest IT and technology resumes samples from our recurring article series the IT Resume Makeover.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More


ING Transforms DevOps to Reduce Cost and Speed Delivery
ING, one of the largest banks in Europe needed to reduce the high cost of isolated, inefficient application development. They chose IBM PureApplication System to move their IT infrastructure to a cloud-based shared service model. In this Webcast, ING executive, Mark Willemse, shares the lessons ING learned from this strategic initiative. Learn more

12 easy ways to lose your ecommerce customers
In today’s super competitive, I-want-it-now mobile world, you only have a few minutes (or seconds) to engage potential shoppers. And if your site isn’t mobile friendly, considered trustworthy or a dozen other things online shoppers deem important, that potential customer will go elsewhere.But never fear. Help is at hand. Following is a list of the 12 fastest ways to lose online shoppers and what you can do to prevent potential customers from buying from your competitors.[ Related: How Ecommerce Businesses Can Beat the Competition in 2015 ]To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More

WEBCAST: New Relic Emulex AppNeta CA

Performance Management in the Cloud
Susan Tran from CA Technologies, Shaun Walsh of Emulex and industry analyst Robin Layland explore the new challenges created for performance management solutions when applications migrate to the cloud. View now

IBM cloud will reach back into tape for low-cost storage
In the new world of cloud storage, there’s still room for old standbys like tape. IBM says combining them can save enterprises money.At its Edge conference in Las Vegas this week, the company will preview an archiving architecture that can span all tiers of storage from server-based flash cache to tape, moving data to the best and most cost-effective tier at any time based on enterprise policies.Enterprises are accumulating growing volumes of data, including new types such as surveillance video that may never be used on a regular basis but need to be stored for a long time. At the same time, new big-data analytics tools are making old and little-used data useful for gleaning new insights into business and government. IBM is going after customers in health care, social media, oil and gas, government and other sectors that want to get to all of their data no matter where it’s stored.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More

Tech's highest paid CEOs
The median pay for CEOs at 50 tech companies was $11.5 million in 2014, according to Network World's analysis of compensation packages.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here(Insider Story) Read More


Inside CEO paychecks

Who got raises, who took cuts, and who knocked Larry Ellison off his perch as highest paid tech CEO.


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