Recruitment is big business, it always has been and it’s becoming an increasingly desirable industry in which to work. Why? because the adoption of social media, job sites, Linkedin and all the other glorious recruitment channels means that overheads (costs) are dropping & scale is increasing as recruiters are able to tap into more markets across more geographies than ever before.
So, we are already seeing a shift in the recruitment business model to being an almost faceless business – one which in the future, could probably be fairly easily automated through the adoption of some clever artificial intelligence.
Artificial Intelligence of that caliber [...]
Our world continues to get smarter and more connected as time goes on and as that happens, we continue to see exponential growth in the amount of data we are generating.
As an example, let’s say that you visited Facebook, while you were there you posted something about your day, which ten friends liked and a few commented on. All this data is stored somewhere by Facebook. Now, you may think this is small data, which it is, but imagine multiplying that by the millions of active members that Facebook has – that’s where we start to see a uncontrollable data growth. In fact, in 2012 Facebook were generating over 500 million terabytes of data per day (source), which will now [...]
If you’re like me, you’re probably opening this guide, ready to learn to take your infrastructure to the next level. That kind of enthusiasm is important, Ubuntu is not for the feint hearted and is certainly more of a struggle to get to grips with than a Windows server.
That said, once you do become familiar with the Ubuntu server commands, you’ll find it is much more rewarding to work with than its Windows equivalent – both in terms of usability and let’s not forget that smug feeling you’ll have, knowing that you’ve saved yourself a lot of money by deploying Ubuntu instead of Windows.
Before we can even start looking at Ubuntu [...]
While we all probably think that it should be the case that a solid product or service offering would be enough to boost your website to the top of Google; it’s really not that simple.
You see, Google’s bots don’t follow a human thought process and will never look at your product in the emotional way that humans do. They rely purely on logic based around your website composition and determine the subject matter of your website through content analysis.