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    CIOs Are Upbeat About Job, Leadership Presence

    All things considered, CIOs are in a good state of mind these days. The dark days when they had to squeeze IT budgets and trim headcount due to the Great Recession are behind, as tech budgets appear to be on the rise, according to a new more

    10 Most In-Demand Software Skills

    The current job market has been very good for software developers, especially those with experience in several programming languages. The unemployment rate for software developers was 2.8 percent in Q1 of 2014, according to the Bureau of more

    How to Safeguard Against IT Infrastructure Outages

    By now, organizations are well aware that any disruption in the availability of IT network and infrastructure systems will result in a disruption of business. In fact, many companies simply can't conduct any more

    10 Things You Need to Know About Data Theft

    A new Trustwave report analyses the behavior of cybercriminals and details the type of information they target most, industries most compromised, how break-ins often occur, malware trends and other critical components of breaches that affect the more

    10 Things to Know About the Cost of DNS Attacks

    The top challenge most organizations face in protecting networks against Domain Name Service (DNS)-based attacks is the cost of security solutions. Infoblox, a network control solutions firm, recently sponsored a survey on DNS protection which more

    How Big Data is Redefining the Role of a CIO

    Organizations are empowering CIOs to maximize the value of all things data, whether structured or unstructured. In the process, these CIOs are expanding their impact by redefining their jobs, according to a new paper from McKinsey & more

    Employees Burning Out From a Lack of Work Breaks

    Except for a lunch break, an alarming number of professionals say they literally work non-stop at their desks all day, according to a recent survey from Staples. This, despite the fact that the vast majority of employers say they more

    Executive Leadership Gets Failing Grade

    Business leaders are "losing the room" when it comes their credibility with consumers, according to a new survey from Ketchum. The accompanying Ketchum Leadership Communication Monitor (KLCM) report reveals that these consumers feel corporate senior more

    Enterprise Still Main Target of DDoS Attacks

    Enterprise and commerce continue to weather the most-frequent distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks of all industries. Together, they account for 70 percent of reported attacks, with 159 for enterprise and 82 for commerce, according to Akamai more

    Employees Face Work-Life Flexibility Obstacles

    A recent survey on work-life flexibility presents a classic "good news/bad news" take on the topic. The good news: Nearly all professionals say they have some freedom here. The bad news: A clear majority say they face obstacles in more

    Q1 Budgets Fall, Fewer Security Experts Hired

    TEKsystems' new "Quarterly IT Reality Check" survey finds smaller tech budgets in the first quarter, but more IT leaders who are confident about their ability to meet business demands. Security experts and big data talent, however, are more

    Value of Big Data Remains Untapped

    The vast majority of companies aren't able to access or make use of all of their big data, according to a new survey from VoltDB. Many of the challenges are linked to database performance issues, which include a lack of application-response speed more

    10 Leadership Blind Spots to Avoid

    It's all too common for CIOs and other leaders to lose sight of all the essentials which are needed to succeed. This could happen due to the wealth of never-ending little jobs that come with the territory, but get in the way of the accomplishment of more

    10 Ways to Improve Your Critical Thinking

    CIOs are generally considered bright people. But are they critical thinkers? Not necessarily. Yet, the latter defines a major difference between CIOs who spend all of their time putting out various fires in the workplace and those who emerge as more

    When Remote Access Equals No Access

    Outdated, under-performing network hardware and the rise in extreme weather-related disruptions are causing IT organizations to struggle to meet employees' expectations about working remotely, according to a new survey by Pertino. The more

    IT Workers Confident About Job Prospects

    While certain confidence factors are dipping slightly, tech professionals express overall confidence in both their current job stability and prospects for landing a new position, according to a recent survey from Randstad Technologies. A more

    Health Care, Retailers Are 'Sitting Ducks'

    An analysis of 1 trillion e-mails by security solutions firm Agari finds large corporations are the most vulnerable, in comparison to e-tailers and digital startups, which more often prevail in the face of cyber-threats, according to its analysis of more

    Millennials Unprepared for Workplace Challenges

    CIOs and other managers realize they're highly dependent upon the present and future performance of Millennials to remain competitive. But this younger generation of workers is falling short when it comes to the soft skills required more

    10 Ways to Better Align With Your CMO

    How tech-minded are CMOs and their teams getting? So much that, by 2017, the CMO is projected to spend more on IT than the CIO, according to Gartner. Some marketers are carrying out these purchases solo, but ideally these purchases would be made more

    CIOs Challenged by Big Data Costs

    Big data is emerging as a big budget headache for tech departments, according to a recent survey from Storiant (formerly known as SageCloud). The majority of CIOs are responsible for the storage of at least 500,000 gigabytes of data. What's more, the more
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