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Employers Want These Skills in Systems Integrators

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Systems integration professionals have seen an uptick in hiring as more companies implement package-based solutions to their core infrastructures. Observing the trend, Tracy Cashman, a partner in Boston-based WinterWyman’s IT Search division, says, “I don’t think it’s going away for the next year to two years.” Click here to find systems integration jobs. Hard Skills Systems integration is as diverse as the job description is broad. Titles depend on the company and level of the role. High level positions include… continue…

Here’s How General Dynamics IT Hires

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Headquartered in Fairfax, Va., with approximately 21,000 professionals worldwide, General Dynamics Information Technology, is one of four business units of the General Dynamics Information Systems and Technology business segment. The company delivers IT enterprise solutions, manages large-scale, mission-critical IT programs and provides mission support services to customers in the defense, federal civilian government and health, homeland security, intelligence, state and local government and commercial sectors. The unit currently has over 2,000 open positions. The biggest needs include information security professionals,… continue…

Satya Nadella Is Microsoft’s Next CEO: Reports

Microsoft has reportedly chosen the executive vice president of its cloud and enterprise group as its next chief executive. continue…

Is SAP the Latest Malware Target?

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Reports over the past several weeks have pointed to potential malware — a variation on the Shiz banking-related Trojan — that is targeting SAP installations. This nasty piece of business was originally designed to provide attackers with remote access to an infected PC and steal online-banking passwords and cryptographic certificates. According to Infoworld, the malware was discovered a few weeks ago by Russian antivirus company Doctor Web, which shared it with security researchers. Alexander Polyakov, chief technology officer at ERPScan,… continue…

Kindle Fire HDX Offers Clues to Amazon’s Tablet Evolution

Amazon’s Kindle Fire devices could be evolving from vending machines for streaming content to full-fledged tablets. continue…

The Key to Business APIs

Deploying a successful business API strategy requires a whole lot of prep work, and finding the right people. continue…

BlackBerry’s Secret Weapon In a Selloff: Patents

If BlackBerry sells itself to another firm, its patent portfolio could serve as a powerful trump card. continue…

SAP Experts Predict High Demand, Pay

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Nearly two-thirds of full-time SAP professionals in the U.S. have seen a salary increase in the last year, while the remainder saw no change, according to a survey by the consulting and staffing company Red Commerce. None reported a decrease. Of freelancers, 44.5 percent received an hourly rate increase. The rates of nearly 44 percent remained the same, while 11.6 percent saw their rates fall. “These salary expectations may well be linked to more buoyant employment prospects and increasing mobility… continue…

SAP Experiencing Same Software-Revenue Grind As Other Firms

SAP saw its software-related revenue decline slightly last quarter, even as its cloud efforts continued to grow. continue…

Can a Reorg Revive Microsoft?

Microsoft faces massive challenges. Can Steve Ballmer’s reorganization transform it into the lean-and-mean beast of old? continue…