“Openings for software developers and engineers are in highest demand… employers are looking for IT support specialists, IT project managers, network engineers and architects, and systems engineers and architects. Openings for positions in emerging technologies or roles requiring some level of emerging tech skills are cited in 32% of all core IT job postings.”
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“A starting point for secure UI and UX? Remember that security measures should frustrate attackers, not users.” — DarkReading
The Biggest Challenges MSPs Face In 2022
From finding and hiring talent to product differentiation. Take a look at the top challenges facing MSPs today via CRN.
Channel partners prepare data analytics managed services
“Customers may not fully understand AI and machine learning technology yet, but channel partners have been building their expertise to make the use cases a reality for clients.” — TechTarget
The Key to Channel Growth: Working with Vendors to Create New Services
Ever wonder how vendors attract channel partners and motivate them to sell their products? Read Channel Insider’s perspective.
93% of Organizations Have Network Vulnerabilities: Here’s How to Beat the Odds
… and in 71% of these cases, attackers would be able to impact a business to an “unacceptable” degree. Eek!
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