It’s not inevitable a high-growth company has to sacrifice the close and non-bureaucratic culture it enjoyed as a start-up. The key is to make culture the number one piece in your hiring, says Simon Eid.
Celebrating its one-year anniversary in the APJ region with an impressive 25% growth in customers, the Sydney leg of PagerDuty's Connect conference showcased the company's success, its customers' success, panel discussions and more.
Gartner's "preliminary" data shows the worldwide PC market grew for the first time in six years, at 1.4%, while in APAC, PC shipments showed only a 0.1% increase from the second quarter of 2017, but it's not yet a recovery.
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