In the modern business world, the COO has a plethora of assignments for their respective business. Most notably, their goals include overseeing day to day operations, streamlining efficiency, improving areas of need, and reporting any possible issues to the CEO. However, as the business world becomes increasingly more and more technological, these issues and improvements are becoming all the more complex. COOs not quite adept with modern technology such as virtualization, may be at a loss as to how to fix a problem within their IT. A problem that could have devastating results to their uptime, their efficiency, and overall, the operating costs of the company, especially in the day in age of companies being expected to run 24/7. Here to fix all of those issues, in a timely, cost effective, and efficient manner, is Nimble Storage. (more…)
The STL Communications’ Mobile Learning Center will be in the 618 on April 27th for a special Lunch and Learn featuring Nimble Storage. Join us at Bretz Wildlife Lodge and Winery in Carlyle, Il, to learn more about Nimble’s data storage capabilities and how their innovative Predictive Flash Platform can reduce your downtime! (more…)
Join STL Communications on May 11th for the State of Technology: Tools to beat the Technology Villains! This afternoon event will take you through the evolving world of technology and how it relates to your business.
- The latest details and features of the newest Avaya IP Office release
- How any organization, regardless of industry or size, can utilize Call Center Technology to increase their customer satisfaction
- Managed Voice/Wireless/Anything: What is it and why should I care?
Plan to join KAHCE and STL Communications at the Hilton Garden Inn in Manhattan on April 18-19, 2017, for a two-day event packed with ACHE face-to-face credits at a reasonable cost as well as fun networking opportunities. STL Communications is the official networking sponsor of this KAHCE event! Please join us at 4:30pm for a networking reception. For a full look at what will be happening during this educational session, visit KAHCE’s website or review their brochure! (more…)
If I was going to liken the interview process to something, I would describe it to be much like a first date. Sometimes, the interviewee is the more adamant party – they’ve done their research on Facebook and the web, and they want badly to be with this company. Other times, the company interviewing is the pursuant. Perhaps they’ve heard through colleagues and friends that this person would be a good fit.
These experiences can be incredible – a connection can be there, and the conversation that occurs can be sharp and clever and interesting. After it’s over, each person leaves and there is excitement about the future. On the other hand, there could be zero connection. Zero chemistry. (Mayday! Mayday! Abort ship!) The candidate might have looked incredible on paper, but it becomes obvious from the start that this is not what either side had in mind. (more…)