On the heels of a report indicating that technological companies will hire more people in the second half of the year comes a new one that confirms the encouraging trend, only for a lot longer than what’s left of 2016.
Nearly 85 percent of chief information officers anticipate adding more staff or filling open job posts for their technology teams in the second half of 2016, according to a recent survey.
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As new kinds of mobile technology become more commonplace, IT departments must prepare to support them.
Tech communication experts are working on ways to make mobile devices even faster, which means equipment upgrades will be needed to keep up.
To make business and consumer technology more secure, users need to start with the basics and create safe, reliable passwords.
On Jan. 1, new security changes to the Internet may restrict online access for users with older technologies.
Businesses better brace themselves for what 2016’s technology will mean to their operations.
When onboarding new technology, businesses should stay frosty in how they adopt as much as they do with what they plan on adopting.
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