The global supply of IP addresses will run out between 2011 and mid-2012. That means companies and government agencies will convert to a new Internet protocol, IPv6, which will create lots of opportunities for tech professionals who know their way around.
We all know that navigating interviews can be treacherous. You can be thrown off course by an unanticipated group interview or capsized by a rogue wave of trick questions or personality assessments. But as long as you anticipate, prepare and follow our guidelines, you’ll sail through without running aground.
If you don’t have the latest technical skills or certifications, finding your next job may be tougher than it needs to be. Well don’t worry. We’ve surveyed the experts and can show you what’s hot for 2011.
In Silicon Valley, predictions say the local economy will improve this year, with jobs in tech and health care continuing to post gains. Pay will rise, especially in tech, where competition is heating up for certain types of talent. That and more on this week’s DiceTV Update.
Cat’s off for the holidays, but she left this special edition of DiceTV for your New Year’s viewing pleasure.
IT strategists are predicting that collaboration technology will dramatically reduce decision making time and improve productivity, but companies need the right architecture to reap the savings. That means there’s a growing demand for collaboration architecture. Here’s how to take advantage.