Monthly Archives: September 2019

Information Security Jobs Hot

Information Security Jobs Hot – Salaries start in the mid $70K range

Information Security Jobs with salaries ranging from $75k thru $210K. With the help of serveral client organization, Janco has designed a Information Security Job Family with pay ranges.  The data contains the entry level salaries, median and highest salaries for individuals in those positions.  The chart below depicts that information.

Information Security Jobs Hot

Information Security jobs are among some of the hardest to fill. As a result the salaries for this positions almost all within the low six figure range.

No longer are organizations are looking for just the CSO (Chief Security Officer), rather they are looking to fill out the infrastructure to support the CSO.

IT Job Family Classification

Both in an individual’s personal career planning and an enterprise’s staffing, promotion and compensation it is important to have benchmarks on the levels that individuals are at. To that end, one of the best objective ways to meet this goal is to have formal job descriptions and clear paths for promotion and compensation.

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Job Description Bundles

Janco has developed job description bundles to aid in the recruting process.

For those clients who do not want to acquire the entire HandiGuide there is an option to select subsets of our complete offering. These subsets are focused around particular areas of interest and provide you a way to get the benefits of Janco’s expertise in a limited and lower cost manner. All of the bundles have been updated in the last few months. They include:

 

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Depending on Goggle Risky

Depending on Goggle Risky

Depending on Goggle Risky

Independence is  a core requirement for IT Governance and Infrastructure definition.

Depending on Goggle Risky – Depending on Internet, hardware, and software companies is a mistake. Enterprises  are impacted as they drop product support, are purchased by other companies, and/or have security breaches and system failures of their own.

For example, Google – Customer who installed Haiku ceiling fans, which were supported  with the Nest thermostat device via the “Works with Nest” program were left out in the cold. This was driven by Google’s decision to end the program and go with the “Google Net”.  They said this was to focus on supporting its own hardware business.  As a result, there was a loss of support for any device on that program. Not a good omen for people who installed them in their homes.

Another similar situation occurred for Comcast email users. Users who had comcast.net email accounts were not made aware of the limitation of services that Comcast’s spam protection process effected. What happens is as an email is sent to a comcast user email account, if the email has multiple recipients, the email is placed on hold (based on the comcast user’s usage). The user is NOT notified that the email was held and not delivered. It is up to the sender to contact the user and re-send it with the email going to a single recipient.

The less that you depend on Internet companies for proprietary offerings, the more you can be assured that you can continue to operate when they change their corporate strategy.

How long will it be before a company like Goggle decides to charge for their free email services. Wait a minute they already do that with their offering G Suite.

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Top 10 Wanted Benefits for IT Pros

Top 10 Wanted Benefits for IT Pros – High Demand for IT Pro moves many companies to improve prized benefits for IT Staff

Top 10 Wanted Benefits for IT ProsJanco surveyed 275 organizations Janco to identify the top 10 prized benefits for IT Pros.

  1. Benefit coverage for domestic partners.
  2. Paid maternity leave.
  3. Partial payment of school load held by employees.
  4. Tuition reimbursement to recognized universities.
  5. Tuition reimbursement for programs that lead to technical IT certifications.
  6. Formal company training programs
  7. Employee wellness programs
  8. 401K with company providing matching contributions.
  9. Telecommuting
  10. Flexible hours

In another recent survey, the top 100 best places for IP pros to work did include many of these benefits.  Many have done so in order to recruit and retain high performing IT Professionals.

The trend is for more benefits to be provided.  Some companies even go to the extent of having game rooms, free lunch programs, catered meals, sporting event special seating, and free drinks like soda, coffee and tea.

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