Cloud computing, also known as “the cloud”, is a “utility” approach to information management. It allows multiple users to access a network of shared computing resources, i.e. processors, storage, etc. The primary enabling technology for cloud computing is virtualization software,… Continue reading
Cloud computing allows users to reduce upfront costs and invest in applications rather than infrastructure. The most common form of cloud computing is Software as a Service (SaaS), in which users access application software and databases and third parties manage… Continue reading
The outlook for U.S. businesses for the remainder of 2015 and into 2016 is very bright, according to a recent PricewaterhouseCoopers report. Six out of seven companies surveyed for the report stated that they expected revenue growth in 2015, which… Continue reading
Recruiting for open sales jobs is a challenge and making the wrong hire can result in significant lost revenue and re-hiring and re-training expense. The following are 3 tips to help recruit top sales reps:
1. Past performance is the… Continue reading
Study Reveals Lack of Internal Leadership Job Candidates
Approximately one-half of business leaders responding to a global survey on succession planning stated that their organizations did not have a solid pipeline of candidates who are ready to assume leadership jobs,… Continue reading
Innovative companies overwhelmingly expect improving business conditions and growth in 2015, according to Silicon Valley Bank’s (SVB) sixth annual Innovation Economy Outlook study.
According to the December 2014 MRINetwork Recruiter Sentiment Study, it’s a candidate-driven job market. Top performers have a strong advantage, and are often faced with multiple job offers. In this highly competitive environment an experienced recruiting firm can play a… Continue reading
According to three major business surveys, the pace of hiring will increase significantly in 2015.
CareerBuilder’s Annual Job Survey, released last week, indicated that 36 percent of employers expect to add permanent, full-time staff this year, which is… Continue reading
Mark Murphy, author of “Hiring for Attitude” tracked 20,000 new hires for 18 months and determined that 46% of them resigned or were terminated during that period. Perhaps even more surprising than the failure rate, was that 89% of the… Continue reading