“Hacking” the Cloud Security Talent Pool

It’s no secret that more and more forward-thinking companies are taking the necessary steps to move into the cloud, whether it be a public cloud such as Amazon Web Services, a private cloud, or a hybrid cloud platform. For the companies that are trying to get ahead of the game, here are some tips in “hacking” the cloud security talent pool.

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Family Friendly Activities in Atlanta

Whether it’s having to take care of a sick kid (thanks daycare!) from home or leaving a little early to get to T-ball practice on time, I know my co-workers and management team have my back whenever I need it. These little things add up and I think are a direct reflection of a high-performing team and very satisfied employees. Working at ReluTech near an amazing city such as Atlanta is unbeatable as there are many options for fun family activities:

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You Own You

I’m re-reading my favorite book of all time for at least the 10th time; Wooden on Leadership by John Wooden. Likely the most decorated sporting coach in history and perhaps the most underrated teacher of how to embed his coaching principles into ones daily life. Coach Wooden was a

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Find A Way

The business I’m in is tough. That said, there are levels of professional toughness that far exceed the work I’m in…an oil rigger is tough; physically taxing and long hours in hostile environments. Tough would also describe a lumberjack; working outdoors in a variety of weather elements. And perhaps the most tough job of all is the Alaskan Crab Fisherman; 24 hour shifts, bitter weather and a certain death if one falls over into the cold, dark sea.

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A Culture of Intention

I recently attended an event where I was asked to speak to a group regarding how corporate culture is to millennials. To say it was an eye-opening experience is an understatement. In most ways, I found the concerns millennials have about culture and the modern working environment are the exact same concerns I faced early in my career. As the session moved on, I decided to keep my answers laser focused on what my company values in our culture: we believe the single most important thing about developing culture is that we are all responsible for living it in action (not just in words) all the time, regardless of one’s role within our business.

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5 Ways to Be Successful at a Startup

I hear it all the time, “I can't take any more PTO”, “I hate my job”, “Only 3 more days until the weekend!”. Most of my peers are working at large corporations where they’re miserable with their day to day responsibilities. But, when they hear about my day to day, our unlimited PTO, flexible hours, beer on tap, and fun work culture, they think I have the best job around. At a startup that's run the right way, there is a lot of flexibility - you are able to have input, spend time with executives, and if you are ambitious and successful, you have the ability to be noticed and move up quickly. However, a startup environment is not one that all types can thrive in. You need to be disciplined, motivated, and above all, productive, as there is nowhere to hide in a small company. Below are my top 5 ways to stay productive at a startup:

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Working For & With ReluTech


I’m Alix Dickinson, a Sr. Account Executive on the Talent Solutions team at Relutech. As a part of this team, I focus on finding top tech talent for my clients, as quickly as possible. I also like to help find top talent for my team as well. In this video, I explain why our clients love working with us, as well as why I, along with my colleagues, love working for Relutech.

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