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    10 Best Practices for BYOD

    There's little doubt that bring-your-own-device (BYOD) adoption has profoundly changed the enterprise. By 2017, one-half of organizations will no longer provide devices to their employees, according to industry research. Nine out of 10 employees more

    Why College Grads Aren't Ready for the Real World

    Given the lack of available talent to fill key roles, an increasing number of employers are looking to hire college graduates this year, according to a recent survey from CareerBuilder. They're also willing to pay more money to do more

    Why Some Business Transformations Fall Flat

    Nearly all companies are pursuing some kind of organizational transformation, according to a recent survey from KPMG. However, a significant share of these initiatives are failing to achieve intended business benefits. Barriers more

    Ten Effective Principles for IT and Marketing

    As long-term strategies continue to bring tech and marketing departments together, the combined efforts often focus on visitor clicks or Twitter followings as ways to measure success. But how often do tech and marketing take more

    IT Is Slow to Migrate From Windows Server 2003

    A wealth of CIOs and IT departments have marked July 15, 2015 with a big red marker–that's the day that Microsoft will cease issuing security updates for Windows Server 2003. Microsoft is encouraging enterprises to migrate more

    Why Wearable Tech Needs Killer Business Apps

    The vast majority of organizations plan to increase spending on wearable tech over the next year, according to a recent survey from The resulting report, "Putting Wearables to Work," reveals that IT leadership and more

    Hackers Target Middle Managers and Corporate Emails

    Hackers are focusing more on businesses, particularly middle managers, rather than on consumers in order to exploit users' psychology and circumvent IT security, according to a new report. The findings underscore how human behavior, not just more

    How a Lack of Automated Tools Hurts IT Support

    A lack of automated tech solutions–including those for IT support efforts–is reducing productivity within today's organizations, according to a recent survey from ServiceNow. The report, titled "Today's State of Work: The more

    The Evolving State of Cyber-Threats

    Over the last few years, cyber-threats have become more sophisticated and persistent. Every day, there's news of yet another breach or breakdown. What's more, confronting the problem and mitigating risk has become more difficult. A new survey from QuinStreet more

    Ten Job Interview Deal Killers

    A bad hire can take a big bite out of your budget. The average cost of a failed hiring decision equates to 30% of the staffer's first-year potential earnings, according to industry research. Two-thirds of employers say they've experienced negative more

    How Cyber-criminals Infiltrate the Enterprise

    A new study reveals that cyber-criminals targeted five out of six large companies in 2014, a 40% increase since 2013. Hackers are also using deceptive new tactics to infiltrate corporate networks, hijacking infrastructures and turning them on more

    Why IT Falls Short of Digital Transaction Demands

    While an overwhelming majority of IT and business decision-makers feel that digital transaction management (DTM) plays a key role in organizational success, most feel that existing tech solutions are not addressing this more

    How the Digital Age Is Changing Business Forever

    Remember when offices closed at 5 p.m.? Or stores shut down on Sundays? While this was the norm just a generation ago, it may seem like an eternity for CIOs and other executive leaders. That's because the digital age more

    How Companies Benefit From ITSM

    CIOs are leading their organizations to greater efficiencies and improved user experiences through the increased use of IT Service Management (ITSM), according to a recent survey from Enterprise Management Associates (EMA). The report titled " more

    How Innovation Stacks Up Around the World

    U.S. companies are innovating faster and more frequently than their European counterparts, according to a new study. The study also finds that automation is the key to managing an increasingly diverse, complex business environment and more

    What CEOs Expect From IT Investment

    CEOs no longer perceive of tech operations as some esoteric organizational function that they can keep at a distance. In fact, the majority of corporate leaders believe IT plays an essential role in making strategic decisions, more

    Non-Tech Skills to Look for in Tech Workers

    As a CIO, you want your IT employees to command a high level of hard skills–specifically their tech experience and know-how, as demonstrated by certifications, degrees and work history. But how much attention do you pay to the less more

    The World According to DBAs

    Database administrators (DBAs) are at the frontline of data management in most enterprises, identifying and often choosing to adopt new technologies. According to a new survey of DBAs, "While Hadoop and NoSQL are exciting new technologies," primarily more

    Why IT Struggles to Meet Department Goals

    Very few IT professionals believe their department is meeting goals on a consistent basis, much less exceeding them, according to a recent survey from Continuity Software. However, IT is able to detect and respond to critical tech more

    Why IT Is Increasing Spending for Data Warehouses

    The vast majority of organizations are increasing their investment in data warehouses, according to a recent survey from Snowflake Computing. In many cases, they're motivated to do so after struggling with challenges related to their more
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