Flanked by beautiful dancers under bright, neon lights, electronic music producer MartyParty’s stage presence elicits far more imagery of “rock star” than it does “computer scientist.”
"People say you have to have a lot of passion for what you’re doing and it’s totally true. And the reason is because it’s so hard that if you don’t, any rational person would give up." - Steve Jobs
Welcome back from what was hopefully a restful Thanksgiving break. While it’s always great to use the holiday season as time to recharge the batteries, spend time with family or work on side projects, we also love to embrace the season with some tangible giving to those who are less fortunate.
That’s why in the days leading up to Thanksgiving, the Infusive team partnered with two noble causes to make a series of donations on behalf of our clients.
The first series of donations went to the Food Bank for New York City, the city’s foremost hunger-relief organization tackling food distribution, nutrition education and income support (food stamps etc.) as part of a mission to end food poverty in the five boroughs.
Being that we’re one of the specialized Information Technology staffing firms in Manhattan, we felt it was important to extend a hand close to home and couldn’t be happier to have aligned our efforts with such a reputable non-profit.
This piece is exerpted from our full feature published today on Recruiter.com
With Thanksgiving rapidly approaching, we here at Infusive Solutions (a specialized IT staffing firm in New York City) put our heads together to come up with a list of things for which we’re thankful.When we first started putting our heads together, there was a lot of generic mush—our clients’ and candidates’ continued support; folks promptly returning voicemails; the ability to help people get to the next level of their careers—stuff that’s obvious and not that interesting.So we returned to the table and came up with a more unique list of little things that make our lives a lot better every time we step back into the office.Now we’d like to share them with you. Gobble gobble.
By: Ben Weiss
In a recent Redmond Magazine article, Microsoft-centric blogger MaryJo Foley describes a tangled web of issues for technical professionals who focus on Microsoft products to make their living.
There are countless professionals holding Microsoft Exchange careers in New York City and the rest of the world who defy the introverted, pocket-protector stereotype. Jason Sherry, 7-time Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in Exchange, is a leader of the pack.
By: Ben Weiss (@InfusiveInc)
As specialized Windows engineering recruiters in New York City, we spend lot of time placing system engineers, architects and administrators who make sure the server side of the IT department runs butter smooth.
This article originally appeared on Infusive's USNews and World Report colum.
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1. PC/Mac Desktop Engineer - Risk Management
This client is the premier risk modeling firm in New York, helping to secure the global economy from natural disasters and epidemics with software that helps predict catastrophic events and guides how top financial firms could best safeguard their investments.This firm has an opportunity for a PC/Mac Desktop Engineer who would be in an excellent position to learn from the firm’s true cross-platform lead engineer who is an expert on both Macintosh and PC systems.You will be supporting the latest Mac OS as well as Adobe, Windows 7/8 and Outlook/ Exchange on top of rights to Active Directory. Of course there will also be variety of mobile devices to play with and support including iPads, Androids and Blackberries.
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