Should I Accept that LinkedIn Invitation?

by Alexandra Samuel

That’s a question I am almost guaranteed to hear during any social media workshop, or indeed, in one-on-one conversations about social networking. Even committed LinkedIn users are often uncertain of which connection requests to accept, or which invitations to extend: Someone who regularly shares your blog posts on Twitter? That guy on your condo board? Your cousin’s girlfriend with the commemorative-gold-coin business?

The problem of who to connect with on LinkedIn puzzles people precisely because the network itself is neither fish nor fowl. Is it a social network like Facebook, where your connections are (at least notionally) “friends”? A public platform like Twitter, where people can see and judge you on the number of your followers? Or just a really awesome address book? Continue reading

Director, Service Delivery – Network

Our Client: is a $10b North American information technology (IT) management and business process services (BPS) company with 31,000 employees in over 125 offices worldwide.  It operates 15 delivery centers in theUS,Canada, Europe, and Asia.

Role and Responsibilities: The Service Delivery Director – Network is responsible for global network engineering and operations, including the configuration, operations, support, and optimization of all customer delivery networks. The Director reports to the VP Operations and is responsible for leading and developing the global operations professional staff. The position is also responsible for integrating new customers onto the network and ensuring that service level targets are met. Continue reading