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    Top Staffing Challenges for CIOs

    While CIOs would love to hire new staffers, nearly seven of 10 say they're struggling with limitations in terms of the quantity and quality of available tech talent, with one of four CIOs indicating that the shortage is "significant," according to more

    Nine Astonishing Facts About 3D Printing

    While it's a relatively emerging technology, 3D printing is already revolutionizing the very concept of how we make things. Also known as "additive manufacturing" and rooted in a process known as stereolithography, 3D printing is more

    11 Challenges for Today's CIO

    The 21st Century will be remembered as a highly transitional time for CIOs—for better and worse. On the positive side, there are more opportunities than ever to ascend to a senior leadership role. But there's also much at stake as CIOs more

    How to Develop Talent for Large IT Projects

    Large IT projects deliver 56 percent less value than their organizations project, according to a new survey report from McKinsey & Company. And the vast majority of large IT projects go over budget, findings show. Beyond funding and more

    13 Ways to Manage Difficult Employees

    A troublesome employee can inflict significant damage upon your IT department. In fact, six of 10 managers say bad hires have lowered productivity, brought down office morale and even resulted in legal issues, according to research from more

    10 Tips for Managing Open Source Vulnerabilities

    As software development becomes more collaborative, technology organizations are increasingly incorporating open source content into their software development environments. Linux is prevalent in data centers and Apache is in more

    Nine Top Collaboration Tools

    This could be considered a Golden Era of Collaboration. Thanks to cloud computing, broadband and Wi-Fi connectivity, and other tech innovations, professionals are taking advantage of an increasing number of tools to help them better communicate, more

    11 Must-Have Mobile Apps for Productivity

    Given the many hats they wear—tech leader, business influencer, people manager—CIOs are time-challenged these days. Obviously, they're in a very big boat, as this describes a great deal of professionals. (Or even most?) more

    IT Budgeting Stats, Trends and Best Practices

    More than ever, today's CIOs must combine impact-worthy strategic contributions which reflect equal parts business and tech insights. As previously reported, marketing is expected to take on greater ownership of IT budgeting. So to more

    12 Amazing Facts About Mobility

    "It has become appallingly obvious," Albert Einstein once observed, "that our technology has exceeded our humanity." If that's how the legendary 20th century physicist perceived technology in his day, then you can only wonder what he'd more

    Confidence Declines Among IT Workers

    Overall confidence among IT workers has slightly declined over the last quarter, according to the most-recent Employee Confidence Index from Randstad Technologies. When broken down, the findings send a mixed message to CIOs and other managers: more

    Useful Virtualization Stats, Trends and Practices

    We live in an "Everything as a Service" universe. That's because CIOs and other tech leaders are transitioning all forms of tech resources and support—from hardware to software to storage to platforms—to a more

    Despite Gains, Companies Don't Budget for Mobile

    Although mobile technology improves employee productivity, particularly in customer service, many small and medium-sized businesses do not budget for mobile devices, according to a new survey by Sage North America. Instead, they more

    Employees Overwhelmed by Workloads

    It may seem ironic on the surface, but the reality remains that technology consumes our time—even though it's supposed to make us more efficient. This extends to the workplace, where employees are putting in increased hours, with the ubiquitous more

    11 Great Things Companies Are Doing With Big Data

    One company is using big data to improve the aviation industry's on-time performance. Another is turning to analytics to streamline the launch of complex marketing campaigns. A third is reducing its environment impact through these more

    CIOs Should 'Own' Digital Business Technologies

    CIOs should decide how to position their organization in relation to emerging digital business technologies, like the Internet of Things (IoT), 3D printing, wearable technology and robotics, according to a new Gartner report titled "How CIOs more

    CIOs and CMOs Are Aligning on Tech Strategies

    CIOs are increasingly working with CMOs to create better ways for technology to support customer-benefiting initiatives, according to a new survey from Accenture. The accompanying report, titled "Cutting Across the CMO-CIO Divide: Digital more

    Email Dominates Workers' Lives

    The majority of U.S. employees feel compelled or obligated to check their office email accounts during their off-hours, according to a new survey conducted for GFI Software by Opinion Matters. While this may sound par for the course within tech department more

    How a Security Company Zapped Zombie Zero

    A security company has discovered Chinese malware, called Zombie Zero, which attacks shipping companies through handheld scanners used to track shipped inventory. The malware has hit a large manufacturing company as well as seven customers that use more

    How Experts are Made

    It's one thing to emerge as a highly respected authority on technology and business within your own organization. To take this to the next level, however, a number of CIOs establish themselves as in-demand industry experts, thus expanding upon their professional more
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