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Is Salesforce a Great Place to Work?

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Interacting with customers has been important for companies since the first business transaction took place, but Salesforce took that idea to a new level when they pioneered the first cloud-based CRM (customer relationship management) platform back in 1999 to facilitate sales automation and customer interactions. Twenty years later, the company has remained a leading force in every aspect of customer service and relations, sales and marketing automation, business analytics, and application development related to this entire field, helping more than 150,000 businesses run their operations more efficiently. Praise for the Business With current revenues reported at $13.28 billion and a workforce of around 35,000, SalesForce.com is a force to be reckoned with, no pun intended, in the business world. But beyond that, they’re also considered a great place to work, which is why you may want to consider looking into the almost 1,000 available jobs at Salesforce. In 2018 they were ranked number one in Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For and have been on that list for 10 years in a row, in addition to taking the top spot in at least two other similar lists last year alone. The professional accolades don’t stop there, either. Other notable awards include being named on…

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Is Apple a Great Place to Work?

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It would be really hard to find someone, anywhere in the world that doesn’t instantly recognize the Apple brand. Headquartered in Cupertino, CA, It’s the largest technology company in the world as measured by revenue, the first public U.S. company to ever hit $1 trillion in market value, and as of 2018 had about $236 billion in liquid assets (cash and marketable securities). In 2018 it’s worldwide revenue was $265 billion. Despite a few rocky moments over the decades, Apple has been a technology powerhouse from its beginnings in the late 1970s. After early success with personal computers (the Apple I, Apple II, and original Macintosh), founders Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs both left the company. Apple struggled into the 1990s due to the success of Microsoft offering lower-priced computers, but recovered after Jobs became the CEO again in 2000. Since then they have continually reinvented the technology world with the iPod, iPhone, iPad, iTunes, and of course iOS computers, in addition to numerous other related ventures. As any top company will, they’ve had their share of controversies over the years, but they always survive them and continue to grow. Working at Apple From the perspective of a job seeker, Apple in…

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Do I want to work at Adobe?

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A Storied History There are a few technology companies that have been around since the early days of the modern technology transformation of society that essentially started with the first personal computing devices developed in the early 1980s. Microsoft and Apple obviously fall into that category, and so does Adobe. Started in 1982 in founder John Warnock’s garage, Adobe started out by developing the PostScript language, which was the first truly international standard for computer printers. Thanks in large part to Steve Jobs attempt to buy the company early on (an offer they rejected) and his subsequent investment in their shares and licensing of PostScript, Adobe was the first company in the history of Silicon Valley to become profitable in it’s first year. Adobe went on to develop digital fonts, followed by the landmark Illustrator software for early Apple Macintosh computers. In 1989 they released Photoshop, forever changing the graphics world, and four years later they released Acrobat and Reader along with the PDF, which is still today an international standard for digital documents. Their acquisition in 2005 of Macromedia gave them control of a slew of new products and services, not least among them Flash. They ceased development of…

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NVIDIA, why work here?

NVIDIA why work at NVIDIA

In the beginning…NVIDIA not only saw the future of computing when they were formed back in 1993, they’ve helped to shape it ever since. Having the vision that one day the PC would become a popular consumer device for playing games and viewing multimedia content of all stripes, they joined over two dozen other existing companies that were developing graphics chips, a number that exploded to more than seventy within a couple short years. By 2006, NVIDIA was the only independent graphics chip maker still operating, having invented the GPU in 1997 and becoming the standard in the designing industry soon thereafter. Into the Future After becoming a household name in the gaming industry and the computer world at large, in 2018 NVIDIA once again reshaped the future of graphics-based computing by releasing their new Turing architecture and their RAPIDS and Clara platforms among several other game-changing developments, setting a new stage for machine learning, artificial intelligence, and robotics development and deployment across a wide spectrum of industries from medical devices to genomic sequencing, to self-driving cars and everything in between. Company Overview Nvidia reported record revenues of $9.71 billion in its FY18 annual report in February, up 41% from $6.91 billion from 2017….

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Manager Instructional Technology at George Washington University

Manager, Instructional Technologist at George Washington University

If you are an expert in digital media, video and studio production and want to work at a top 5% university than you may want to learn more about the Manager Instructional Technology opportunity. You can apply for the job here: Manager Instructional Technology “Whether you want to follow in the footsteps of giants or forge a new path, this is the place to start.” Founded in 1821 and chartered by the United States Congress, George Washington University is located in the capital of the United States.  The University is focused on five strategic initiatives that will guide the university’s efforts over the next several years; student experience, research, Philanthropy & Constituent Engagement, Medical Enterprise and Institutional Culture. The Manager Instructional Technology role will have a dual-reporting structure into both the School of Media and Public Affairs’ (SMPA) administration and the Columbian College Office of Technology Services (OTS). The School of Media and Public Affairs (SMPA) is a trailblazer in the study of political communication, journalism and media. As the only school of its kind in the capital of politics and media, SMPA excels at bringing Washington into the classroom. The SMPA community benefits from access to an extensive network,…

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