IT organizations must develop organizational practices, such as skills assessments and the use of agile teams, to keep pace with the inevitable digital transformation. Many organizations are creating skills inventory systems to track and analyze individual skills to not only properly staff agile teams, but also to identify skills gaps. Building a skills inventory can be broken down into three stages.
The Announcements feature has had a major overhaul in functionality and appearance. You now have much more flexibility to control how, where, and when announcements are seen. Here are a few examples: 1) prioritize announcements as mandatory, high, or normal; 2) set them to open in their own pop-up tied to a TMS page, and 3) expire them or completely remove them on set dates from the newly renamed Message Center. In addition, changes have been made to how announcements look and how users access them. More on these changes later.
For Tableau Conference Europe’s first-ever hosted hands-on training labs, Tableau is using Learn on Demand Systems’ new Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud Slice features within the Lab on Demand (LOD) event environment. Tableau is the first company to do that.
If you’re a windows person, you probably don’t think much about Linux. The reality is that in the data center, Linux accounts for somewhere between 65% and 80% of all server deployments and growing.
In the past, virtualization was a necessity for matching learning experiences across multiple students. However today, with the cloud as large as it is, students can achieve the same experiences with nothing more than a browser and a URL.