VMWare seems to be everywhere these days. With startups, established corporations, small businesses, and more are taking advantage of the benefits of virtualization, it's hard to imagine a business not using VMWare in some capacity. In fact, as many as 90 percent of organizations are believed to be using virtual machines.
Time. Cost. Scope.
In the world of project management, they represent three variables that can mean the difference between success, failure, and something in between.
They are often referred to as the "Triple Constraint," because every project must be completed within the boundaries of its deadline, stated budget, and agreed-upon tasks required to achieve the its goal. Whether or not it succeeds depends on how well its manager is able to maneuver among each variable.
Being a Microsoft Certified Professional was once a simple proposition. You took a MCP certification exam and just like that, you were certified to troubleshoot, repair, and maintain Microsoft computer systems. It's not longer quite so simple.
These days, an organization is only as good as it's information technology. It doesn't matter if you're running a Fortune 500 behemoth, a family-owned business, or a non-profit, you've got to make sure your technology works -- and works well.
The risk of being hacked has only increased as companies have moved transactions and records online. While tech departments do what they can to ensure websites and databases have the latest security features, the continued attempts to get into these sites show that just adding the features isn't always enough. Think of all the data breaches that have occurred in the past few years to companies large and small.