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What do cloud engineers do?

With a term as all-encompassing as Cloud, it can be difficult to define exactly what someone in a Cloud Computing role actually does. In general, this individual is charged with managing the end-to-end lifecycle of a cloud environment. This can include anything from designing applications, planning architecture, deploying security protocols, or provisioning resources.

The Cloud space has a lot of optionalities when it comes to available tools, but teams will primarily find themselves using one or all of the three main providers: Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, or Google Cloud Platform. Fortunately, all three of these vendors have developed clear roadmaps for certification depending on the day-to-day functions an individual will find themselves performing. Additionally, positions in cloud technology often offer generous compensation, remote work flexibility, and other generous perks.

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What is the STAR Job Interview Method?

What is the STAR job interview method? This behavior-based interview question format is highly recommended by hiring managers as a way for job candidates to show their interviewer their strengths and problem-solving skills. The STAR interviewing method can help candidates make a great first impression and show their interviewer how they would fit into the position they are applying for. Pat Miller, The Idea Coach, spoke with CEO and Founder of In Your FACE Learning David Scurlock about how candidates can be STARS in their job interviews.⭐

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Is cybersecurity a good career?

If you're interested in computers and you want to join a growing, lucrative industry, you may have wondered—is cybersecurity a good career? Cybersecurity professionals protect companies and customer information from malicious attacks. These IT professionals use protective software, hardware, and best practices to guard everything from private data to physical servers and networks.

Typical threats to cybersecurity include Malware, Viruses, Worms, Trojans, and Spyware. The steady occurrence of data breaches and attacks on sensitive and confidential information is making data protection a critical component of an organization's leadership and governance strategy.

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12 Careers for Veterans

You’ve acquired many new skills while serving in the military and you're probably wondering what careers for veterans are out there. Now that you are transitioning to civilian life, wouldn’t it be great to use those skills in a field that is interesting and lucrative? You should be able to take your military experience and use it as a foundation for a new vocation. That’s why so many returning veterans transition into IT careers.

Information technology continues to be a growing field where veterans can apply their skills. Military training generates a talent pool rich in technology and cybersecurity experience. Those skills tend to readily translate to IT careers in civilian life. And demand for IT professionals continues to grow.

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What do hiring managers look for?

What do hiring managers look for in applicants? What are they thinking during your interview? It's difficult to know how to impress employers and what they are looking for in their next employee. Luckily, Pat Miller from The Interview spoke with hiring manager Shelly Dretzka from aHRrow about how applicants can stand out in the application and interview process.

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