Tuesday, December 26, 2017

7 hot IT career trends — and 7 going cold



By Paul Heltzel, written October 23 for CIO.com.
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There’s a major IT skills gap in the country and it’s only expected to widen. According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, there will be 1 million more computing jobs than applicants by 2020.

And while this poses a problem for organizations without a plan to address it (two-thirds don’t, according to a recent CompTIA report), the skills gap can also be viewed as an opportunity. For IT pros and for businesses, there’s a chance to get ahead of your competition by matching supply and demand.

If you’re up for the challenge, read on to find out which areas are trending — in education, soft skills, networking, and hot technologies among others — and which are cooling down.

Hot: IT pros taking leadership roles 
As budgets across all industries tighten, IT workers, like other enterprise groups, are increasingly expected to multitask.

Organizations are putting IT staff in front of customers to share product insights and gather information,” says Kyle Gingrich, vice president of IT and certifications at Skillsoft. “They’re being asked to run Scrum teams. They need to present to peers or managers and may also be learning how to work with virtual teams. Whatever the new hat is that’s being added to their skills stack, it requires training in soft skills to be effective and it’s not typically the place that IT professionals are comfortable with.”

Technology now shapes leadership trends, says Donna Kimmel, senior vice president and chief people officer at Citrix. And so it’s crucial for IT staff to learn leadership skills as well.  

Technology becomes more meaningful when it’s put to work to address human needs, solve problems and help achieve goals,” Kimmel says. “Maintaining this human element in the enterprise will be much easier if the IT teams deploying big data, machine learning and IoT solutions have strong leadership and people skills, in addition to technical ones.”

Cold: Dev and ops in silos
In part because of workload migrations to the cloud, it’s less likely to see traditional user support and networking services separated from the dev team.

The days of infrastructure and application development teams operating separately are dwindling as businesses look to operate in a more lean, agile way,” says Tim Leylek, branch manager of the IT direct hire practice at Addison Group.

Todd Vernon, CEO and co-founder of incident management services provider VictorOps, says proactive operations staffers are developing skills in software reliability engineering (SRE), with the idea of embedding in software development teams and focusing on speed, security and customer service — and avoiding a potentially dead-end career.

If your career is in purely system administration and software operations, your technical job will be the first casualty of the high-velocity digital age,” Vernon says.

Hot: Soft skills  
According to New Jersey-based HR software provider iCIMS, the top three soft skills recruiters are looking for are “problem solving (62 percent), adaptability (49 percent) and time management (48 percent).”

These stats come from their recent soft skills survey, which interestingly found that 1 in 3 recruiters are seeing soft skills on the decline in the past five years. “Ninety-seven percent of recruiting professionals agree that colleges and parents need to do a better job of teaching kids soft skills before they enter the workforce,” the survey reports.

James Stanger, chief technology evangelist for CompTIA, says the answer to boosting soft skills may be close by.

Get a mentor who knows business and who knows how to communicate well,” Stanger says. “That mentor can be someone on the job, a neighbor, or someone you meet in a class or a good trade show. No one today wants to have a talky techie in the room who doesn’t know business. Likewise, no one wants a blathering businessperson in there, either. Put together key tech, business, and soft skills, and people will beat a path to your door.”

Cold: Ability to pursue soft skills
While most tech pros agree developing soft skills could boost their careers, just over half, according to CompTIA’s “Assessing the IT Skills Gap” report, are working on this skill set.

Part of the issue may be a perceived lack of support from employers to pursue professional development. About 40 percent of the CompTIA study respondents disagreed that their company supports their career growth. About the same said they didn’t have the tools or resources to do their jobs. “These two matters may be quite frustrating for IT pros, especially given their desire for continued learning,” according to the report. “Though many organizations may support IT employee training and professional development to some degree, it’s simply not enough.”

Spiceworks, a social network for IT pros, recently put out its “2017 Tech Career Outlook” report, which suggests most IT staffers, understandably, working on their tech skills but aren’t brushing up on people skills.

While soft skills are considered the second-most important IT skill to have,” the report says, “only 29 percent of IT pros plan to work on them next year. Instead, technology professionals are more likely to brush up on technical areas including networking, virtualization, and cybersecurity.”

Framed a different way, IT staff might see an opportunity to leapfrog 71 percent of their colleagues who aren’t making the time for deepening their soft skills.

Hot: Analytics certifications
Companies swamped with data from the cloud and IoT devices are struggling to analyze that information in a way that helps their business make decisions. So there’s an increasing push for analytics and automation to help firms succeed.

Of course, any skill set that touches data is hot,” says Rick Sullivan, vice president at technology staffing firm CTG. “BI, analytics, IoT programming and development, big data, machine learning, AI, block chain and ERP.”

Analytics is king in terms of generating value from data and the more that can be done to improve analytics, the better, for example improvements in curating data for analytics,” says Gavin Robertson, CTO of software company WhamTech. “Dumping copies of operational data without addressing fundamental data management processes can lead to actually losing value or not realizing as much value as could have been realized — up to 80 percent of difficult-and-expensive-to-obtain data scientists’ and analysts’ time is wasted on data preparation.”

This demand for data chops has many IT pros tackling data analytics certifications — or a career switch into data science.

Cold: Vendor-specific certifications for security
Earning certifications for vendor-specific technologies is seeing less demand, at least in the area of cybersecurity, according to CompTIA.

Cybersecurity involves myriad technical and business issues,” Stanger says. “Vendor-specific training tends to focus on features rather than critical issues facing companies today. In security and networking, the more performance-based and hands-on the credential, the more it’s valued. Folks in the IT industry — and, more importantly, the companies who hire IT folks — tend to value certifications that validate and require proof of hands-on learning.”

Hot: Personal relationships with contacts
CompTIA’s Stanger says tech pros should be focusing on what he calls “quality conversations” — and the more the better.

Use good blogging and communication skills to communicate on a one-to-many basis with your contacts,” Stanger says. “Don’t simply self-promote. Stream valuable, curated content and thoughts to people in your network. You’ll find that what interests you will generally interest them.”

It’s a two-way street: IT staff excel when they make personal connections, and their managers need to work those same muscles to get the best from their team.

Having authentic performance and development conversations that are frequent and just-in-time, rather than high-stakes conversations annually, will motivate people toward creativity and excellence,” says Citrix’s Kimmel.

Cold: Padding LinkedIn connections
Recruiters, including AI-based headhunters, still rely on well keyworded profiles. But relying on those alone isn’t advised.

Simply growing your LinkedIn numbers and padding your profile is out,” says Stanger.

IT pros who can meld personal connections with tech skill will outperform even those with more traditional hard skills, says David S. Patterson, president of IT staffing and executive search firm The Kineta Group.

It’s not only the understanding of technology, but it’s the understanding of technology and how to creatively weave that into the business landscape that will be the real difference maker in the coming job market,” Patterson says.  

Hot: Business skills
Innovating in today’s IT workplace, our experts say, means developing business smarts for those who want to advance their careers.

We’re starting to see more roles in business competencies, like in marketing or operations, that reward an IT background or competency,” says Lev Lesokhin, executive vice president of strategy and analytics at software intelligence firm CAST. “As software continues to permeate everything we do, it’s becoming more imperative for ops people to at least have a baseline understanding of what technology does for the business.”

Even hot areas like analytics don’t exist in a vacuum. “Almost any function in the business has a lot of data they are dealing with on a regular basis and need the analytics function to ensure that data can tell the story,” says Mona Abou-Sayed, vice president of organizational development and talent at telecommunications company Mitel. “This requires a minimum level of business understanding to be able to pull out relevant stories from the data.”

Cold: Moving from tech to finance
While business skills are increasingly expected of IT staff, most tech workers like where they are and aren’t as interested in moving to the business side of the office as they may once have been.

In fact, we see the opposite,” says Mitel’s Abou-Sayed, “where workers from other segments are shifting into more tech-centric roles.”

Most developers are still very interested in tech-centric job opportunities,” says Lesokhin. “There’s an interesting flux of talent going between organizations with a more ‘startup-y’ vibe like what Google has, versus working at a financial services organization or a bank that’s willing to pay more to recruit top talent. The tradeoff is between having a more exciting job where you’re working on innovative projects like self-driving cars, or taking a more traditional role where you may be compensated more for a more dull day-to-day environment.”

Hot: Hybrid roles
Jesus Pena, VP of sales and services at United Data Technologies, says in the past few years he’s definitely seeing a transition to more hybrid IT roles.

No longer are the days for technical resources to be in silos,” Pena says. “They need to be retrained and be thinking more about business outcomes, ROI conversations and vertical expertise.” But it's not always easy.

This is an uncomfortable conversation for most technical people,” Pena says, “because they usually play in the IT department and this will push them outside of that comfort zone.”

Todd Loeppke, lead CTO architect at Sungard Availability Services, says market changes and the rise of devops have paved the way for more and varied hybrid roles.

It’s critical that IT people know when, where and how to leverage and monetize new technology,” says Loeppke. “We are seeing this right now with machine learning and blockchain. Machine learning requires large data sets to learn from and test with. Business insight is critical for guiding how ML is implemented. Similar to the career path for IT staff, the business side also has an added technical career path — data scientist.”

Cold: Jumping ship (vs. moving up)
Nearly 80 percent of IT pros in a recent CompTIA report said they were very or mostly satisfied -- and just over a third said they were very satisfied with their jobs. And those numbers are up slightly from a survey taken in 2015.

Generally, IT professionals consider an internal promotion to be a new job,” says Cliff Milles, lead technical recruiter for Sungard AS. “I think a major driver regarding this decision is whether the person wants to remain with their current company or get a fresh start.”

Hot: Developing security skills
Our experts say IT pros are developing cybersecurity skills to broaden their tool kit, advance their careers and protect their firms.

We’ll see huge growth in security and compliance,” says CTG’s Sullivan. “IT has to address the safety component as we adopt technology exponentially faster.”

Part of the problem comes from a lack of security training in computer science programs and boot camps. Schools are racing to adopt related coursework, but that’s just one part of the problem, says Lesokhin.

Some universities are still in the process of bolstering their secure development courses, and over 40 percent of IT developers don’t have computer science or engineering degrees to start with,” Lesokhin says. “In 2015, the U.S. graduated 60,000 computer science or equivalent majors, and in 2016 we had 18,000 people go through online coding schools that are 12-week crash courses in the basics of programming. You do the math.”

The gap for security, compliance and governance focused on apps, cloud and systems will continue to widen.

We expect this trend to continue,” says Sullivan, “particularly as high-profile security breaches unfold, like the one seen at Equifax where failure to put an important patch in place was a key factor.”

Cold: Traditional benefits (vs. work-life balance)
There’s no question that salary seals the deal on most successful IT hires, but we’re hearing a steady buzz about the need for benefits that go beyond retirement plans and vacation.

Entry-level engineers value being recognized and the sense of being a part of something larger than themselves,” says Joe Vacca, CMO and EVP of strategy and innovation at IT recruiting and training firm Revature. “They want to work on projects that they believe in and make a difference. As for benefits, non-traditional benefits seem to resonate, as well as employment structures that are flexible and promote work-life balance.”

It continues to be a competitive environment in hiring technical talent,” says Alex Robbio, president and co-founder of Belatrix Software. “Of course salaries are a key factor, but the opportunity to build a strong career and have an enjoyable working environment are also critical.”

Interestingly there appear to be some differences in the way American and European IT pros look at their compensation.

According to our data, salary is the top driver for 62 percent of developers in the U.S., whereas in Europe with countries like France, salary was only the top driver for 25 percent of respondents,” says Lesokhin. “Building something innovative, getting recognition and seeing an opportunity for advancement were also among the top drivers for developers across the board.”

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Wednesday, December 6, 2017

'You are the help until help arrives' event sponsored by CEMA



Reported by Robert Catanese, Multimedia Journalist - Fox28 News



NOV 29:  Chatham Emergency Management Agency kicked off their “you are the help until help arrives” event on Tuesday.

It's a model plan CEMA adopted from the Federal Emergency Management Agency where folks are taught life saving techniques at a time when the unimaginable happens.

Michael Kaplan is an instructor for CEMA and teaches the basics of the class.

We need to get people comfortable with being involved,” said Kaplan.

Simple life saving skills can make a big difference in a mass casualty event like the Las Vegas shooting earlier this year.

Chelsea Sawyer is an Emergency Management Specialist for CEMA. She says learning the basics in a catastrophic event can save a life.

Stopping bleeding, positioning the injured, making sure that you know what to do and how you can be helpful during the time of an emergency or mass casualty of situation,” said Sawyer.

On Tuesday night, attendees were introduced to the importance of situational awareness and preparedness in a traumatic event.

Having the most basic skills, just being there being able to do some of the most rudimentary functions, it absolutely is the difference between life and death,” said Kaplan.

The American Red Cross also partnered with CEMA to host the event. Esther Sheppard is the Executive Director for the Southeast region of the American Red Cross.

It is our hope that people will walk away feeling that they are a little bit more empowered to get involved when the need arises,” said Sheppard.

It was about having folks remember that ‘you are the help until help arrives.’

What people need to be aware of is what they are going to be encountering when they're out there in the field, and hopefully inspire them to be involved and get additional training,” said Kaplan.

For those who may have missed the event Tuesday, CEMA is offering their CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) training slated to begin Feb. 17, 2018.

If you would like more information about becoming a certified volunteer, click here.

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

CEMA Reminds Residents ‘You Are The Help Until Help Arrives’


It was GREAT to teach today at Chatham Emergency Management Agency!
(Mass Shooting Training)



SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) — So far 2017 has been the deadliest year for mass shootings. To prepare residents for the worst, local emergency officials are hosting training classes for life-threatening situations.

According to USA Today, 208 people have been killed this year. Most recently, a Sunday shooting at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas claimed the lives of 26 people.

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Incidents like this call for training and awareness not only for emergency responders but for everyone.  Chatham Emergency Management Agency (CEMA) is stepping up to bring that training to those who aren’t certified.

I think one of the biggest issues is this can happen at any point. It doesn’t have to be a crime written city to have something like this happen. It can happen anywhere,” says CEMA Community Outreach Specialist, Chelsea Sawyer.

CEMA says many people don’t help in emergency situations because they question whether they are doing the right thing.

The ‘You Are The Help Until Help Arrives’ training focuses on basic skills that can be the difference between life and death.

According to Michael Kaplan, CEMA Medical and Cyber Instructor, “When you have an informed public and educated public, you have citizens that are able to help; you have no idea how much of a difference it makes if you roll up on a scene and people have already triaged and managed chaos. Even just providing care and comfort, calming the situation down.”

That includes being able to control bleeding, knowing how to position an injured person, and how to keep them warm.

It covers so many different courses just one of many courses that get taught,” says Kaplan. “But for the sake of their families being able to survive situations, help others, help neighbors, and being an integral part of the community that truly can make a difference between life and death. I’d encourage everyone to step up and be a part -- that’s just a blessing.”

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Sunday, October 1, 2017

How to Spot Opportunities for Success



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Does it seem like you’re having a hard time spotting successful opportunities, while other people seem to have them fall into their lap all the time? Don’t feel bad; it happens to all of us. We’ll talk about some tips and tricks that will help you spot opportunities all around you. It’s easier than you think, as you’ll see in just a moment.


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Saturday, September 16, 2017

Positive Self-Assessment: Your Most Powerful Tool for Success



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You can start using this powerful tool TODAY! Positive self-assessment will form the foundation of your “will to win” mindset, and help you create a path and pave the way to your success.







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Sunday, September 3, 2017

4 Positive Fears That Protect Your Competitive Advantage



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I have a public confession to make: I live in fear every day of my life, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. You wouldn’t expect many professionals to think that, much less admit it openly. To do so in a society that promotes the benefits of a competitive advantage would be breaking the rules. I’ve never been reluctant to break the rules for a worthy cause. What I fear is false beliefs.

Here are the 4 beliefs I fear the most. If your professional life requires you to maintain a competitive advantage to be successful, you’ll want to fear these beliefs as well.




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Thursday, August 24, 2017

Time Management: 5 Proven Methods to Get YOU Ahead of Schedule






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Are you punctual, or typically behind schedule?  Do you scramble to make last-minute deadlines?  If you've perfected the art of punctuality but staying ahead of the time curve still eludes you, this video will shed light on understanding -- and managing -- the true nature of time.



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Wednesday, August 16, 2017

5 Lessons Military Snipers Can Teach YOU About Competitive Advantage






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Individuals and businesses are always looking for a competitive advantage that sets them apart from the crowd. I’m sure you want a competitive advantage. Here’s the question: are you looking in the right place?



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Thursday, August 10, 2017

3 Tips to Maximize the Potential of Your Skills






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Consider your soft skills, and your transferable skills, as your “secret ingredients” in your “creative career kitchen.” While everybody else is fighting for their piece of the pie, you’ll be maximizing the potential of your skills and making your own pies – as many as you want. Now that is definitely a recipe for success.



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Friday, August 4, 2017

What if changing 1 QUESTION could give our children a BETTER FUTURE?



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Would you risk challenging the status quo to ask that question? Is the future of our children worth the risk that exists by challenging the entrenched “check the box” mindset in our society?


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Tuesday, July 18, 2017

The BEST Leaders Know the TRUE Value of Change. Do YOU?






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The BEST leaders live by a truism: ordinary people make decisions; extraordinary people make change. The best leaders know 4 valuable truths about change, beyond the obvious advantages taught to everyone. I’m going to share them with you now. 



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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

1 Question Can Reveal Your Life's True Purpose






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As we advance through professional life, everyone we meet seems to ask the same questions. What motivates you? What are your goals? What are your talents and skills? Those questions are useful and necessary, but they don’t touch on the most critical issue: your purpose in life.



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Monday, July 3, 2017

Money CAN Buy Happiness: Give Me 6 Minutes and I'll Prove It To You





I’d like to invite you to join me in a thought experiment. It’s a plot with an unexpected twist, designed to challenge beliefs, and look at the age-old question, “Can money buy happiness?,” from an entirely new perspective. 

This isn’t about how you view MONEY; it’s about how you view HAPPINESS. So, give me 6 minutes and let’s talk about it.  Click the YouTube video link below to start the conversation.


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Sunday, July 2, 2017

Discovering Happiness and Life's Purpose


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As a professional speaker and author, Michael I. Kaplan’s mission is to challenge beliefs, and change perspectives, and get to the truth. It’s all about discovering truth. The videos in this playlist are designed to do just that. Don’t be too quick to judge; nothing is ever as it seems. Don’t judge the videos by their titles. The plots always have a twist, and the ending is always unexpected.

Enjoy this new playlist, and until next time, have an outstanding day and remember: chance favors the prepared mind.

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Wednesday, June 28, 2017

6 Military Leadership Principles for Peak Business Performance






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The United States military is the greatest leadership school on the planet, regardless of the branch of service.  Having served on both sides of the military and business equation, I can say without hesitation – whether you’re a small business on Main Street, or a Fortune 500 CEO in the C-Suite – military leadership principles are invaluable to your business. That’s true for individuals and organizational units as well.



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Saturday, June 24, 2017

The Hidden Value of Hiring Military Veterans






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If you’re a corporate hiring manager or a professional recruiter, when you see the phrase “military veteran” on a job candidate’s resume, what image pops immediately into your mind?  If you want to discover the real value of hiring veteran talent, look beyond the skill sets, and focus on our mindsets instead. What you’ll find might surprise you.



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Saturday, June 17, 2017

YouTube Video Series: 10 Myths Limiting Your Success


If you have dreams and aspirations to live a successful life – and we ALL do – don’t let “dream killers” stop you from pursuing a great future with these ten common myths. Know the truth: they are false excuses used by people with no intention to succeed

With these myths (lies and excuses) out of the way, there’s nothing to stop you from pursuing your passion and purpose in life. In this video playlist, professional speaker and bestselling author Michael I. Kaplan destroys the myths of “Special Advantage” as a reason for success, and as an excuse not to realize your goals.

The content for this YouTube Video Playlist was taken from the 2017 edition of "The Prior-Service Entrepreneur: Veteran Entrepreneurship and Lean Business Start-Up" (May 2017).  Click the images below to watch the videos.



10 Myths Limiting Your Success:  INTRODUCTION
10 Myths Limiting Your Success:  INTRODUCTION


10 Myths Limiting Your Success:  GENETIC ADVANTAGE
10 Myths Limiting Your Success:  GENETIC ADVANTAGE


10 Myths Limiting Your Success:  INTELLIGENCE ADVANTAGE
10 Myths Limiting Your Success:  INTELLIGENCE ADVANTAGE


10 Myths Limiting Your Success:  TALENT ADVANTAGE
10 Myths Limiting Your Success:  TALENT ADVANTAGE


10 Myths Limiting Your Success:  INNOVATION ADVANTAGE
10 Myths Limiting Your Success:  INNOVATION ADVANTAGE


10 Myths Limiting Your Success:  WINNER'S ADVANTAGE
10 Myths Limiting Your Success:  WINNER'S ADVANTAGE


10 Myths Limiting Your Success:  PERSONALITY ADVANTAGE
10 Myths Limiting Your Success:  PERSONALITY ADVANTAGE


10 Myths Limiting Your Success:  RISK-TAKER ADVANTAGE
10 Myths Limiting Your Success:  RISK-TAKER ADVANTAGE


10 Myths Limiting Your Success:  FINANCIAL ADVANTAGE
10 Myths Limiting Your Success:  FINANCIAL ADVANTAGE


10 Myths Limiting Your Success:  GENDER ADVANTAGE
10 Myths Limiting Your Success:  GENDER ADVANTAGE


10 Myths Limiting Your Success:  GREED ADVANTAGE
10 Myths Limiting Your Success:  GREED ADVANTAGE


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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

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