Backup Policy includes everthing that is need to be in full compliance with all mandated security requirement.
Backup Policy Updated as well as the CIO IT Infrastructure Policy Bundle. The policy has just been updated to take into account everything from GDPR to cloud storage and security implications.
The Backup Policy addresses the issues that you struggle with including:
How safe are your information assets in transit and at reset?
What protections are in place to prevent hacker access?
Does your backup and retention process meet all of your compliance requirements?
Who can gain access to your data?
What KPI metrics do you have in place?
Will the use of the data ensure successful recovery?
Managing backup and recovery in today’s environment is a multi-dimensional challenge with both near and long term business requirements. Recent technological developments in disk backup have had a positive impact on short term data retention requirements (see also BYOD policy). But these improvements do not replace the need to execute and deliver on a long term data retention strategy which includes:
Business and Regulatory Requirements Demand a Long-term Plan
Manage and Contain Your Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
Encrypt Your Data for Secure Long-term Retention
Weigh the Environmental Impacts and Minimize Power and Cooling Costs
Simplify Management of the Entire Solution
Best of Breed solution
A “Best of Breed” backup policy and strategy considers how to:
Back up critical application data – across mixed operating systems and storage configurations
Restore desktops and mobile users quickly
Restore systems to dissimilar hardware or virtual systems
Back up data and system information to off site locations, so that you can quickly recover your business even from a total loss of your facility
Leverage new cloud based backup offerings to properly secure, back up,and archive critical data.
Full Employment States – More than at any time in the past 20 years
Full Employment States are defined as states that have unemployment rates at 4.0% or less. With the latest unemployment numbers reported, there now are 36 states that have reached that milestone.
When looking at the states on a year to yar comparison, it is very clear how the overall job market has improved.
When looking at the full employment states, only six have unemployment rates that are higher this year than last year. However, in each of these case both this and last year are both at full unemployment levels.
Full Employment States – IT Job Market continues to expand
With the state of the economy as it is, the IT Job Market continues to tighten. We forecast that over 107,000 new jobs for IT professionals will be ceated in this calandar year. That will make it two years in a row where the number of new IT jobs created is over 100,000.
Pressure is added to over salaries as it gets harder to find qualified IT professionals to fill roles in he new electoric market place. Blockchain and the move towards get data, including big data, closer to the consumer of the it. New roles are define like the Chief Experience Officer (CXO) whi is the driver the enterprise’s growth in the user experience arena. They oversee operations in all user experience sectors like marketing, image setting, mobile applications, social media, related technologies, and virtual goods, as well as web-based management and marketing.
Top 10 Interview Questions – As recruting for strong IT professionals, what are the questions that need to be asked. In Janco’s Interview and Hiring Guide there a many tips and best practices that should be followed. Incuded are a number of top 10 lists of things to do. The Top 10 Interview Questions are:
What is your greatest strength?
What is your greatest weakness?
How do you handle stress and pressure?
Describe a difficult work situation / project and how you overcame it.
How do you evaluate success?
Why are you leaving or have left your job?
Why do you want this job?
Why should we hire you?
What are your goals for the future?
What makes you the best fit for our organization?
Other Interviewing tools
Each of these questions opens up the interview process and provides the interviewer an insight in to the candidate they are intervewing.
ncluded in the Guide are specific questions to ask in several areas including:
Position the candidate is interviewing for
Education and training
If this is a remote worker
Decision-making and creativity
Management and leadership
Non-work activities and interests
Questions that should be avoided
To make the recruiting and interviewing process meet the criteria set by world-class organizations, included are:
Questions the interviewer should be prepared to answer
Chief Experience Officer (CXO) Job Description. The Chief Experience Officer (CXO) drives the enterprise’s growth in the user experience arena. They oversee operations in all user experience sectors like marketing, image setting, mobile applications, social media, related technologies, and virtual goods, as well as web-based management and marketing.
The CXO is not only a user experience expert but also a seasoned marketing, brand, and product manager. As the role is transformational, the CXOs is responsible for the adoption of consistent user interfaces across the entire business. As with most senior executive titles, the responsibilities are set by the organization’s board of directors or other authority, depending on the organization’s legal structure.
The C-Level job description bundle contains the top eight (8) IT job descriptions. Each is between 5 to 8 pages long and is at the level of detail that KPI performance metrics can be defined and related directly to both employment contracts and compensation/bonus levels.
Chief Information Officer(CIO)
Chief Information Officer (CIO) – Small Enterprise
IT Job Market 2019 – in the first 4 months of the year the number of new IT jobs created exceeds 40K. That rate of growth is at a level that is beyond the number of individuals graduating from universities and trade schools.
IT Job Marker 2019 – April shows that 95,500 IT jobs heav been added in past 12 months. That is inspite of the loss of 29,600 job in Telecommunications
IT job market 2019 growth is at a pace that will be beyond anything that we have witnesses since the late 1960s.
A steady progression in the number of new IT job created has been consistent for the last two years. We do not see that changing for any time soon.
The areas where there has been the greatest inscrease in demand has been for those applictions that depend on remote users. For example, iOS and Andraoid applications which access big data are where there is a grea shortage of skilled IT Professionals. Add to that, the implications of cryptocurrency applications including blockchain and distributed ledger technology and you will find the disciplines that are the focus of new job creation.
In the course of analyzing data for our Mid Year IT Salary Survey, we found some interesting data on the Data Scientist position. First the individual who fill that role are on either coast . Few , if any, Data Scientist roles are in makets other than the technology centers. However, the median salaries for those postions is quite high.
Data Scientist median salary is around $210K. However the highest medias are San Francisco Bay area and Boston. Both of which is where there significant new product development.
Robotics and IoT specialists are in high demand and salaries are moving higher. Blockchain and DLP are also driving demand.
Robotics, Blockchain, and DLP processing are driving salaries
Any company that warehouses and/or ships componentsm manufactue dongles, perform testing, or fabricate materials has an opportunity to implement robotics. There are robots which can execute those tasks. In fact, it’s possible all of those operations could be served by the same robot.
The trend in industrial automation is task specific and can be customized and configured for an infinite number of deployment types. Companies which makes autonomous mobile robots for materials handling and picking & placing, can move materials in a warehouse just as easily as they can stock inventory in a logistics operation. When designing a lightweight pneumatic collaborative robot, manufactures have intentionally modeled it after a human arm, a nod to the range of tasks it was designed to perform.
The widest integration of collaborative robots has happened in industries like components handling. SMBs of all stripes are finding innovative ways to automate with collaborative robots.
The IoT – Robotics Specialist is tasked with being the primary focal point within the enterprise for the design, development, and implementation of service management process which conform with the Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) within these technologies.