Tonight I was helping a friend put together her resume, she had a lot of really great examples of things she had written online, would you recommend hyperlinking the content in the resume?My take is…Continue
I think we often spend a lot of time on the front end of finding a job, and not really on what to do once you are ready to leave. I have a colleague who is in the midst of leaving a job for a new…Continue
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There are many fascinating trends shaping government today. Across the federal landscape, we hear about big data, cloud, mobile and going paperless as technology saviors for government. But even the best technology may not be enough. To truly change how government does business, we need…Continue
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There’s no denying that today’s technology provides immense opportunity to transform the way government engages with citizens. Through mobile, cloud, GIS and social media, government can be where the citizens are, and provide critical services when needed.
At the heart of this technological…Continue
Today Microsoft has ended support of Windows XP. If you’re using a computer with XP, it’s essential that you take the proper steps now to upgrade your computer.
Starting today, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates or technical support for Windows XP. This includes support for security updates, patch vulnerabilities and malware – support that’s essential to keep data safe, and reduce security threats.
“PCs running Windows XP after April 8, 2014,…Continue