Technology

CompTIA AITA, a major information technology (IT) industry trade association defines IT as the “utilization of computing via hardware, software, services, and infrastructure to create, store, exchange, and leverage information in its various forms to accomplish any number of objectives. Additionally, the term encompasses the workers that develop, implement, maintain, and utilize IT directly or indirectly.” Key elements of information technology include:

  • Hardware: computers, servers, storage, tablets, mobile phones, printers, network equipment
  • Software: productivity and business applications, network and security applications, mobile apps, video games, cloud computing, virtual reality
  • Services: deployment, integration, custom development, repair/upgrade, managed services
  • Infrastructure: Internet backbone, telecommunications networks, cloud data centers
  • Information: data, documents, voice, video, images
  • Business Objectives: commerce, production, communication, collaboration

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It’s exciting’ time for women to lead in Triangle, says Greater Raleigh Chamber’s female CEO

RALEIGH – On the topic of women in leadership, Raleigh Chamber CEO Adrienne Cole has a personal story to tell.

“I’ve been in economic development for a really long time, it feels like, so since 1996-ish, when I finished graduate school,” …

By Sarah Glova
Sarah Glova It’s exciting’ time for women to lead in Triangle, says Greater Raleigh Chamber’s female CEO
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Establish Credibility In A New C-Level Position

You’ve recently taken over in a C-level position at a new company.

In beginning your new role, you want to make sure you’re demonstrating who you are to your new team, as well as discussing your strategy for your new …

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A Step-by-Step Guide to Networking in 2022

No matter what industry you’re in or how far along in your career you are, networking is a skill that will always be important. Especially when you’re looking for a job.

Over the years, networking techniques have shifted to accommodate …

By Maximilian Vanegas - WayUp
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My Super Competitive Boss Wanted Us *All in.* I Ran.

In my interview for a job at a private college, I was asked how competitive I was. It was clear from the interviewer’s tone that the correct answer was “very,” but that’s not really how I’d describe myself. Certainly not …

By Jessica Carney - The Muse
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Why You Should Negotiate The Job Title You Deserve

Did you know that about 80% of companies use job titles to reflect the brand’s hierarchy? Besides, about 95% use them to outline each employee’s duties. When you accept a new job offer, the recruiting manager may present an opportunity …

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