K-Pop, it turns out, is kind of like a great laboratory of what happens when you prioritize your audience. In a weird way, K-Pop bands are doing what technology companies should be doing - innovating with technology and giving users better, easier, more usable access to the things they need.
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re:Invent 2023 was AWS’ 12th conference, and it did not disappoint. More than 50,000 of us descended onto Las Vegas for a week of learning, networking, and discussing all things cloud. The campus was insanely large, spanning most of the Las Vegas strip, so that meant we got our steps in! We had some fun along the way, as well, at the many social gatherings, parties and amazing musical experience re:Play.
In homage to the episode “Pam’s Replacement” from The Office, we present our take on Pam’s earnest quest to make Dunder Mifflin's data and systems more secure.
World Infertility Awareness Month happens every June to increase awareness regarding numerous infertility issues faced by couples across the globe. An estimated 1 in 6 people globally are affected by infertility, according to a new report from the World Health Organization. Yet, despite the prevalence of these issues, many workplaces still do not have adequate policies in place to support their employees during these difficult times.
It’s undeniable: remote work is a catalyst for positive change, bridging gaps, and creating a more equitable and interconnected world. The benefits of remote work are widespread and well-documented. Remote work reduces carbon emissions by minimizing commuting and office-related energy consumption, contributing to a greener and more sustainable planet. It also enables companies to tap into a global talent pool, fostering innovation and cross-cultural collaboration.
While some interview jitters are normal, we believe the interview process should be more exciting than nerve-racking. At StrongDM, we try to make interviewing a little less hair-pulling by focusing on genuine human connection. Because finding your dream role at the right company shouldn’t feel scary.
There’s a reason car salespeople ask, “What do you want your monthly payment to be?” when prospective customers walk onto the lot–there is power in asking the question first. In a recruitment setting, the power dynamics are wildly in favor of the company side of the equation unless the company practices pay transparency.
Job hunting in the tech industry can be challenging. A free consultation with a StrongDM recruiter can help you get on track. Get feedback on your resume, prep for your next interview, or figure out your next steps.
If you were in a scouting group as a kid, nothing was more exciting than getting a new badge to sew on your uniform as a reward for your hard work. At StrongDM, we’re constantly working to improve our identity and access management and privileged access management solution, and the results are in from the peer reviews at G2.
At StrongDM, living out our People-First values through volunteer work is a huge part of our culture.
Women make up nearly half the workforce in the United States. Still, in tech, that number is far lower. According to Gartner, only 31 percent of IT employees are women. Meanwhile, companies are struggling to find talent. In cybersecurity alone, there are nearly 500,000 job openings, making it an excellent time for women in information technology to find work.
Your family members are the most important people in your life. And when the time comes to welcome your new one, we know you need space to recover, bond, and adjust. That’s why strongDM is proud to share a new family leave policy that puts people first.
Product decisions are about more than the capabilities of the software. Active Customer Support helps customers get the most value out of the product.
For Int’l Women’s Day, female execs from strongDM share their experiences & offer inspiration to the next generation of history-making women.