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Smart Meets Fast with Tableau 9.0

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Business Intelligence

With the theme of smart meets fast, Tableau has released version 9.0. Tableau has added many new features to ensure the system is smarter and know exactly what you are doing, like a new start experience, which includes data prep tools, and additional analytics features and smart maps. The goal with the new capabilities is to allow users to be creative and engaged in the analytical process. Tableau 9.0 will keep users involved in analysis without the need to focus on new calculations and data wrangling.

Considering a new developer hire?

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IT Staffing Solutions

Technical hiring is on the rise, likely increasing 22 percent by 2022, so it is important to seek the best talent. However, it is necessary to not force your hiring into the same parameters as in the past. The technical world prides itself on pushing boundaries, yet hiring managers still get trapped in traditional technical hiring mindsets.

Here are some traditional mindset traps to avoid in this competitive hiring market:

SharePoint Capabilities

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Enterprise Content Management

As technology expands, software brands are coming up with more ways to deploy their product to customers with one of the biggest trends being cloud computing. One system in particular is SharePoint. SharePoint has four different approaches for deployment: on-premises, online (cloud), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and hybrid-cloud. As your company is choosing which approach is best, consider each option before selecting the best choice for your company. 

The Hiring Competition

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IT Staffing Solutions

A company can only be as successful as the success of its products and employees. Therefore, hiring the best talent is necessary to company success. Sometimes, however, strong talent may currently lie with your competitors or other industry greats. This is where your recruiting team must act carefully and logically. If done right, it can introduce superb talent to your company.  However, if done incorrectly, it could burn bridges. 

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