Published By: HireRight
Published Date: Jul 31, 2013
Today’s jobs market remains in a state of flux. The employment forecast shows signs of optimism, with projections of 20.5 million new jobs from 2010 to 2020 and 88 percent of detailed occupations experiencing growth.
With the unemployment average decreasing across the nation
and new jobs continually evolving, long-term growth projections
are promising for the IT industry. As the tech industry booms,
so does the tech job market. We took a deep dive into the latest
annual job market data from Bureau of Labor Statistics to better
understand how both the nation and the IT sector advanced and
what this means for the future of tech.
Service providers around the world share concerns about running out of bandwidth. Business challenges surrounding continued bandwidth growth, linked to video, mobility, and cloud applications, are significant. Service providers also report declining revenue from a cost-per-bit perspective, so not only does the network need to grow, it also needs to grow more cost effectively. The Cisco Virtual Networking Index™ (Cisco VNI™) predicts that over 50 billion devices will be connected over these networks by 2020. The network effects of the Internet of Things, LTE mobility, and mobile video are just beginning to be understood. In a world where mobile device network additions are growing four times faster than the population, and machine-to-machine (M2M) device network additions are growing five times faster than mobile device additions, this problem is clearly becoming highly important and requires a good solution.
Traditional 100 Gbps pluggable optics (CFP and CFP2) haven't
been keeping pace with the ASIC/CMOS technology scale, which
drives network bandwidth. CMOS photonics is closing the gap. By
taking advantage of CMOS technology, Moore's Law can be applied
to optical network applications for the rst time, and Cisco has
delivered on Cisco CPAK™—a CMOS photonics-enabled technology.
While this dramatic growth occurs, projections call for the cloud to account for nearly two-thirds of data center traffic and for cloud-based workloads to quadruple over traditional servers. That adds another element to the picture: changing traffic patterns. Under a cloud model, a university, for example, can build its network to handle average traffic volumes but then offload data on heavier trafficked days to a public cloud service when demand dictates, such as when it’s time to register for the next semester of classes.
Published By: Marketo
Published Date: Jul 31, 2012
The Definitive Guide to Marketing Metrics and Marketing Analytics shows marketing professionals how to talk the talk of C-level executives in terms of forecasting and reporting, and walk the walk to the revenue table by leveraging metrics that matter.
Published By: Prophix
Published Date: Apr 24, 2013
Having experienced challenges with spreadsheets and other reporting tools, Porter Airlines Inc. obtained advanced software that would allow them to model complex business problems, including the viability of their air routes, and analyze the health of their growing operations.
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