Tag: management

Software Deployment and Management [Infographic]

Software deployment and management -it’s just so simple and easy to make sure that you’re getting the right software on the right systems for the right users, and making sure that you’re keeping it updated and keeping track of all the licenses so you don’t get audited. If you’ve ever had to deploy and manage software on more than just your personal computer, you should be rolling your eyes about now.

Software deployment and management is a huge PITA.  The problem is, it’s not something you can put on the back burner, especially considering the fact that software vendors are getting  serious about software licence audits and fees; there are rewards for information about software piracy, license breech fees are on the rise, and companies are increasingly facing multiple audits. Software deployment isn’t just about deploying, but managing the actual software as well.


Software Deployment and Management Infographic

The Return of Outsourced IT Jobs in 2011 [Infographic]

All around the United States, people are getting more interview callbacks in IT. If you want to find out which IT sector jobs are booming, and which are the most highly paid, then read on. You can find out why jobs are expanding, what skills are required, and what each job comprises for IT gurus. Thanks to Modis, the Information Technology marketplace has become as straightforward as binary.

The Return of Outsourced IT Jobs in 2011 Infographic

Source   http://blog.modis.com/

Degree value in dollars: It pays to be unpopular [Infographic]

What’s the value of your degree in dollars? Does your major matter? According to a recent study conducted by Georgetown’s Center on Education and the Workforce, yes, your major matters—majorly. The study, which is based on newly-released 2009 Census Bureau data, ties salary data to undergraduate majors across a person’s lifetime. And while it’s no shock that bachelor’s degree-holders earn more than those with only high school diplomas, the report shows that there’s a huge income gap between the highest- and lowest-earning majors. Also surprising is the lack of correlation between the highest-earning majors and those majors that are the most popular.

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Degree value in dollars It pays to be unpopular

Source   http://www.schools.com/