Staffing the enterprise workforce of the future
Succeeding on a Smarter Planet requires not only the right enterprise systems, storage, and software, but also a staff of IT professionals that is smart, hardworking, forward-thinking and globally aware. This work force will need to meet multiple challenges associated with issues of large-scale systems integration and automation. Learn how IBM works with students, professors and businesses around the world to ensure that the next generation of mainframe experts will be available to help companies and organizations leverage the superior security, availability, scalability, and efficiency of the mainframe in support of core business processes as well as new and growing services such as analytics, cloud, mobile, and social business.
Building the next generation of enterprise IT skills
Inspiring 2012 Master the Mainframe contest winner shares her story
How to locate Enterprise Systems Skills
In the last nine years, IBM has assisted over a thousand schools globally with enterprise systems education and the pipeline is now full with enterprise talent. Professors want to meet you and students are seeking careers in enterprise systems computing. The beginning of the school year is the ideal time to recruit top students who graduate next spring. The best starting point for identifying and retaining enterprise systems IT talent for your business is meeting faculty and discussing your specific business needs.
Here are some next steps you can take to get started finding the right enterprise talent:
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Spotlight: Global Enterprise Technology programs at Syracuse University
The goal of our programs is to prepare the 21st century information professional to manage the complexities of the information age. As the name implies, we have developed a curriculum as part of our new academic minor in Global Enterprise Technology to help students thrive in a complex computing environment...Read more