masters degree
Earning a Master's degree puts you ahead of the competition and lets you hone in on one field of study. This looks very good for jobs, especially those in the telecommunications field. Telecommunications is a huge industry. In fact, Forbes recently rated it as the 5th most profitable industry, according to big data. With so much competition for this ever-expanding field, a Master's degree can increase your chances of landing a job and set you up for promotions within the field as well. Here are the best Master's degrees to get for a career in telecommunications. 1) Telecommunications As

dynamic workforce
Supporting a Dynamic Workforce means you now have remote workers and multiple locations all over the place with the goal of keeping everyone connected at the same time. As many IT organizations quickly learned, supporting a Dynamic Workforce comes with all new requirements. These requirements didn't even exist when traditional on-premise PBX systems were designed. And thus, PBX systems do not have the capacity to cater to this flexible new workforce like the cloud-based phone system, or virtual PBX, does. Here are

adaptive design
Are you implementing adaptive strategy design in your business—or should you be? According to the Workshop on Adaptable and Adaptive Software report by Karl Lieberherr, “A program is called adaptive if it changes its behavior automatically according to its context.” Swap out “program” for just about anything else from “business” to “project” and you know exactly what adaptive strategy design is and why it is important. As a business owner, your company needs to be adaptable and do so automatically depending on the hurdles faced, context or changes in the surrounding landscape. Take

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