We all know the NHL needs a technological breakthrough to improve the presentation of their game to the masses. Here’s an idea.
In a perfect world, the NHL would become the people’s choice, not just because of the game itself, but also because of the atmosphere surrounding the game and its environs, environs that have, for the most part, remained immune to the kinds of cripplingly bad press we’ve seen other leagues and sports endure this summer.
IT positions previously thought safe are now under threat due to advances that will allow servers to be based in the U.S. and the admin overseas.
Very interesting article. I don’t know if it will come true though, but it certainly does sound possible especially with new technologies coming out that make servers easier to remotely administrate.
Ok, my comment on this article…
First off, these pieces of advice would be good to use for OVERALL hiring. Not just for IT. You wouldn’t believe the amount of people that I know that applied for a job and waited weeks if not months for the opportunity to interview or get the rejection letter.
Actually, my new interview was just like the ideal one they had in the example.
1 interview? Check!
Got back to me within a few days of applying? Check!
Communicated with me after the interview? Check!
Extended me the offer quickly? Check!
Better than I can say from some companies who hire around the area. I had a friend who was just hired in at another company. He had to wait 3 months before he heard ANYTHING about his application and resume for a job position.