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    How False Positives Plague IT Departments

    C-level executives are "completely in the dark" about cyber-attacks against their companies, yet IT professionals revealed their organizations have been victims of advanced attacks during the past 12 months. Many security pros do not believe their more

    When Employee Expense Report Requests Go Bad

    Could any task inspire more tedium than a marathon review of expense report submissions? You scroll and scroll—and scroll some more—with your eyes glazing over at the 25th request to get comped for a Big Mac value meal. more

    Don’t Fall on the Wrong Side of the Digital Divide

    The majority of organizations are more focused on deploying analytics to improve operations than they are on customer-centric analytics efforts, according to a recent survey from Capgemini Consulting's Digital Transformation more

    How IT Drives Innovation in Customer Content

    Nearly all execs feel that delivering personalization in content remains key to reaching customers—and many are relying on tech advancements to do this, according to a recent survey from PwC and Forbes Insights. The resulting more

    Why Small Businesses Have Big Security Concerns

    Small businesses are struggling to protect their data and there is a disconnect between their anticipation of data loss and their readiness to recover from it, according to a new study. Forty-seven percent of small businesses said data loss is their more

    Nine Advantages of Open Source Software

    Even though some IT leaders shy away from open-source technology, its origins are rooted in traditional IT processes. Open-source software has come a long way over the years, and the always-active open-source communities are one more

    Why Cyber-Criminals Are Always One Step Ahead

    Cyber-criminals have an uncanny ability to stay under the radar for long periods of time—making the difficult business of cyber-protection even more difficult. Cyber-security is an ever-evolving undertaking, and the need for enterprises to more

    Oddball Interview Questions Asked by IT Bosses

    As a CIO, you've probably asked a lot of IT job candidates a lot of interview questions. But have you ever inquired as to whether a potential hire would like to be a particular kind of gerbil? Or pose a challenge that involves weighing more

    How CIOs Can Lead a Digital Transformation

    The majority of CIOs now perceive of themselves as their organization's primary driver of a business and IT transformation, according to a recent survey from Cognizant. The report, titled "Being Digital: How and Why CIOs Are Reinventing more

    How to Get the Most Out of a UC System

    Unified Communications (UC) systems are on the rise, but IT executives report persistent problems—including outages, cost overruns, and insufficient personnel training, a new study revealed. UCs are designed to help a more

    Is Data Collection a Waste of Time and Resources?

    While IT and many organizations are in the midst of an unprecedented explosion in data-gathering, a new study finds that only 15 percent of all stored data contains business-critical information. The remaining 85 percent is either dark, more

    How IT Tools Support the Contingent Workforce

    With contingent, contractual and otherwise independent employees accounting for an increasingly greater share of the workforce, managers are seeking better IT solutions to help manage these professionals, according to a recent survey more

    How Torchbearer CIOs Illuminate Opportunities

    With the competitive landscape seemingly shifting every week, CIOs are intensely focused on expanding IT's role as a business-impacting innovator, according to a recent survey from the IBM Institute for Business Value. The report, more

    Refining Raw Data Into Marketing Gold

    Marketing executives are determined to build more personalized campaigns and interactions with customers—but they don't feel they can do so with their current tech resources, according to a recent survey from Bluecore. The resulting report, more

    Why Video Collaboration Lags in the Workplace

    Although enterprise-ready video is available, it is not being widely used in the workplace, according to a new survey. The survey found that of the 41 percent of those who use video as a collaboration tool in the workplace, 57 percent more

    How Repetitive Tasks Waste $1.8 Trillion

    Unwieldy technology in the workplace hinders productivity and results in hidden, large financial losses for U.S. businesses, according to a recent survey. Why? Technology does not fit an organization's needs, and mundane tasks that could be more

    The Best Cities to Grow Your Career

    As a CIO, you probably spend much time thinking about ways to land—and retain—top tech talent. The competition for highly qualified IT workers is only getting stiffer, after all. Yet, aside from selling candidates on salary and more

    Why IT Executives Disregard Security Policies

    A new study finds that a surprisingly high percentage of IT executives—45 percent—knowingly circumvent organizational security policies, and many have even successfully hacked their own or another organization. IT decision-makers between more

    How Tech Change Ramps Up Business Pressures

    The vast majority of IT and business executives are bracing for what's expected to be unprecedented tech changes over the next several years, according to a recent survey from Accenture. Accenture's 2016 Technology Vision Report, more

    How a Crowded Cloud Creates Many Complexities

    Organizations are frequently using multiple cloud apps at once, potentially leading to confusion, communications miscues and duplicated work systems, according to a recent survey sponsored by and conducted by ThinkJar and more
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