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    Why Top-Performing IT Pros Get Lured Away

    Organizational leaders say they want to significantly boost the size of their IT department this year—but they admit that they face significant challenges in retaining the tech employees they already have, according to a recent survey more

    How Major Tech Incidents Burden IT—and Business

    Most organizations deal with major tech incidents several times a year—if not once a month, according to a recent survey from xMatters. The "Major Incident Management Trends 2016" report indicates that such mishaps directly impact revenues, more

    What Makes (and Breaks) Professional Reputations

    Millennials, Gen Xers and Baby Boomers differ greatly about what helps and hurts one's reputation at work, according to a recent, generational-focused survey from Weber Shandwick and the Institute for Public Relations (IPR). Findings more

    Why Machines Will Emerge as Top Collaborators

    With the current, rapid pace of advancements in artificial intelligence, modern managers are embracing the inevitable: that intelligent systems will step forward in the near future as trusted partners and collaborators in more

    2016 Security Forecast: Decoding the Adversary

    Cyber-crime continues to impact businesses and has increased 48% since 2013, with businesses contending with 43 million known security incidents, according to a report released by AT&T. The report, "Cyber Security Insights Report," the carrier's more

    Best Practices for Embracing the Hybrid Cloud

    More than 65% of enterprise IT organizations committed to hybrid cloud technologies by the end of 2015, vastly driving the rate and pace of change in IT organizations, according to IDC. The key business drivers for more

    The Worst Data Breaches of 2015

    Data breaches in 2015 weren’t kind to organizations that found themselves on the wrong end of a breach: 193.4 million personal records were compromised last year, and 5 million of those were compromised by the top seven breaches, according to a new study. more

    Unstructured Data, Unending Security Concerns

    Eighty percent of respondents to a new survey know of data leakage incidents in their organizations, and while most have implemented technical controls and auditing, only 16% are highly confident in their file security investments. Consequently, more

    Rapid App Development Creates Security Nightmare

    An IT leader at a midsize professional services organization thought someone within the business was leaking sensitive information to unauthorized parties. Eventually it was discovered that a compromised mobile device was enabling more

    What Do Your Employees Really Think of You?

    Workers generally give their managers high marks on a wide variety of needed performance measures, according to a recent survey from Instructure. Overall, they feel that their bosses are effective at expressing industry knowledge and more

    Why CEOs Are in the Dark About Cyber-Security

    A new study about the gap between executive awareness and enterprise security finds that the majority of IT security professionals believe CEOs make decisions with little regard to security. IT security pros also believe management teams are not more

    How to Use Threat Intelligence Intelligently

    A new survey finds 47 percent of companies and government agencies have been breached since 2013 and that cyber-intelligence could have prevented (or minimized) the consequences of those attacks. The survey was sponsored by IID and conducted by the more

    5 Bizarre Office Holiday Gifts (and One Great One)

    Whether these occasions are considered an evening to remember—or simply endure—an increasing number of companies are planning to host office holiday parties this year, according to CareerBuilder. They may want to know, more

    Is Work-Life Balance a Myth?

    A worker satisfaction survey from Deloitte presents a mixed bag of sentiments: While today's professionals express high satisfaction levels about their co-workers and bosses, they're less enthusiastic about their organization's overall culture and more

    How Unexpected Costs Create a ‘Cloud Hangover’

    While the majority of CIOs and other IT decision-makers are generally satisfied with their cloud deployments, they're burdened with a wealth of associated, unplanned expenses, according to a recent survey from Sungard more

    How IT Addresses Severe Storage Issues

    The majority of surveyed IT pros revealed they're experiencing storage performance and capacity challenges on at least an occasional basis, according to a recent survey commissioned by Tegile Systems. The resulting "2016 State of Storage in more

    How Top Companies Pursue Analytics Recruitment

    A significant number of organizations can't completely fill vacant digital/analytics positions, according to a recent study from A.T. Kearney, a global management consulting firm. The accompanying "2015 Leadership Excellence in Analytic more

    How Companies Fall Short in Retaining IT Talent

    A significant number of CIOs, tech leaders and IT pros admit that their organization struggles to retain tech talent–but diverge greatly in assessing what exactly their company is doing to keep valued workers, according to a more

    How Retailers Jeopardize Security With Temps

    Retailers misunderstand what is necessary to keep their businesses truly secure and are cutting security corners without even realizing it, according to a new study. They promote a culture, particularly during the holiday season, that focuses more

    Why Workers Are Overwhelmed by Holiday Pressures

    Is this the most wonderful time of the year—or the most stressful? It seems that both descriptions apply, as a significant share of U.S. workers say they're under too much pressure to buy holiday gifts for pretty much more
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