Industry Professionals Audience
Information Services Industry
Participants who work in a role at a company in the information services industry. Participants in this industry will likely be skilled in IT, data storage systems, and networks.
The information services industry comprises various fields related to gathering, processing, communicating and storing information for the efficiency of society and organizations. The global information services (IS) industry uses integrated ways to gather, process, share, and store various forms of data in order to improve societal and organizational efficiencies.
Interesting Participant Qualities
We surveyed our audience of information services industry participants to understand how they do their job and what attracts new people to join their career path.
93% of participants in the information services industry are able to do their job remotely.
Information Services Panelist Quotes
“Option for working remotely with high performance based incentives. Flexible working hours and other allowances.”
“the ability to make things that were relevant now and that might continue to be usable in the future. Digital technology has swallowed the world and not being part of the industry that works digitally and makes digital things seemed to me to be likely to leave me redundant and obsolete”
“Free state of mind and workable hours.”
“The working environment and the awesome people that they worked with. Also, our company is good for starters or newbies.”
Common Information Services Industry Roles
This audience is made up of participants who hold job titles and roles in the information services industry. Each of these professionals can be targeted individually, or roles can be combined to create larger audiences.
- Chief information officer (CIO) – in charge of information technology projects and strategy. The CIO is in charge of the computer systems that support the company’s particular aims and ambitions.
- Chief information security officer (CISO/CSO) – a senior executive who is in charge of establishing and implementing an information security program, which includes processes and policies to secure company communications, systems, and assets from both internal and external threats.
- Chief technology officer – leads all technological decisions for firms large and small, reporting directly to the CEO, CIO, or another C-level executive. Their major role is to learn about and apply technologies that help the organization meet its goals and objectives.
- Information technology (IT) director – in charge of an organization’s information technology infrastructure management, strategy, and execution. Overseeing technological initiatives in accordance with corporate goals is a typical job function. They direct the efficient delivery of systems and processes for networks, development, and disaster recovery.
- Senior database administrator – responsible for keeping server security up to date, running routine backups, and devising and implementing system tests to address data access vulnerabilities.
- Network security architect – in charge of an organization’s network security. These specialists are required during the initial design, construction, and implementation of the network, as well as during its lifetime.
- Cloud engineer – Cloud engineers develop and put in place regulations for the usage of cloud services, manage requests for new technology, establish secure cloud environments, and guarantee appropriate service availability. Sixty-eight percent of company IT departments are currently embracing public cloud infrastructure, which is why the cloud engineer’s job was named one of the most in-demand IT occupations.
- VOIP engineer – assists IP voice communication for a telecoms corporation. Telephone and communications systems are designed, configured, and administered by the engineer. This includes developing, installing, and maintaining new or existing VOIP systems.
- Data warehouse architect – in charge of designing data warehouse solutions and collaborating with standard data warehouse technology to create strategies that best support an organization or business.
- Search engine optimization (SEO) specialist – identifies methods, approaches, and tactics for increasing website traffic and achieving a high ranking in search engine results pages. Opens up new prospects for creating growth and profit by producing more leads for companies and organizations.