All Slideshows | Page 48

    12 Management Lessons From Disney U

    It started in 1923 as the Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio. Ninety years later, it dominates as one of the largest media companies and entertainment businesses in the world. Disney’s vast holdings include ABC, Marvel Entertainment, Pixar, more

    11 Best Practices For BYOD

    As previously reported, six of ten mobile workers are using a personal smartphone for business purposes. In fact, the average mobile employee uses nearly three personal devices to do their job. Because three of four organizations allow for some form of more

    How CIOs Can Increase Employee Productivity

    Increasing productivity in the office is something that CIOs are always concerned about. The business side is pushing for more revenue and more results from employees, and often times the technology in the office is what the leaders look to more

    Ten Books to Boost Your CIO Edge

    Would you like to improve your ability to gain buy-in from the C-suite and other key, organizational influencers for your IT initiatives? Do you sense that you could do a better job of commanding attention—and instant respect—from your more

    Assessing the Impact of Big Data

    A new Cisco Connected World Technology Report based on a survey of 1,800 IT professionals in 18 countries finds that while everyone agrees the impact of big data will be huge, there are significant hurdles that need to be overcome before it gains more

    Hadoop Adoption Proves Slow But Steady

    A survey of 107 attendees at the recent O’Reilly Strata conference conducted by Dimensional Insight on behalf of Rainstor, a provider of database technology that runs natively on Hadoop, finds that while the adoption of Hadoop in the enterprise is more

    Ten Bizarre Boss Requests of Their Employees

    Perhaps you've suspected at times that you've asked too much from your IT employees. If so, than this chuckle-worthy list of bizarre requests from bosses should put your mind at ease. After all, it's highly doubtful (we hope) that any of more

    With BYOD, Enterprise Matches Device to Employee

    Maybe we should refer to this latest IT development as "Dr. Mobile or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love BYOD." Enterprises are undergoing a major cultural shift when it comes to bring your own device (BYOD) adoption, according to a recent more

    Free and Open Source: Enterprise Support Is Needed

    Free and open source software (FOSS) is one of those creatures that the technology industry often doesn’t understand. Some still see it as software that is made by a bunch of developers who sit in their home basement all more

    Nine Ways to Break Out of Your Comfort Zone

    Like any leader, a CIO is constantly under pressure to deliver. There are more deadlines today and countless curveballs to adapt to. And you practically need a scorecard to keep up with all of the IT innovations that are introduced more

    IT, Marketing Struggling With Customer Initiatives

    Organizations have never had more opportunities to gather, analyze and deploy product and services strategies based upon the wealth of available customer-related information. To ensure success, IT and marketing should coordinate closely more

    Ten Ways to Turn Around a Losing Team

    What if you're a CIO who must manage an IT team that has never known success? Unless you can inspire the uninspired—and cultivate a sense of ownership where "not my job" serves as a stock response to requests for help—you and your more

    IT Candidates Unlikely to Negotiate Salary Offers

    In prior features, we've reported that CIOs and other tech managers are struggling to remain competitive in the recruiting game. And, as the laws of supply and demand dictate, IT salaries are rising as a result. Surprisingly, however, more

    How Document Management Drives Workers Crazy

    Knowledge workers are fed up with document-management snafus, according to a recent survey released by Perforce Software. The vast majority say these problems have caused them to lose precious productivity. They often can't find the file they're more

    Ten Essential Leadership Qualities of a CIO

    True leaders are always looking for ways to improve, whether they're employees or middle managers or CEOs. Of course, that includes CIOs. So consider the following as a list of skills and qualities that you always want to work on. They more

    Web-Borne Attacks Besiege the Enterprise

    The sheer number of ways companies can be attacked is staggering. But a whopping 80 percent of them are finding that the Web is a major threat. Security in the enterprise is a scary thing. The corporate world is being hit from all angles by threats that could more

    Companies Seek Improved Unified Communications

    The vast majority of large enterprises are actively involved in planning and budgeting for improved unified communications and collaboration (UCC) solutions, according to a recent global survey from Dimension Data. Among the more

    Job Hunting: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    CIOs and other senior tech managers confess that too many IT workers' resumes contain both exaggerations and flat-out fibs, according to a recent survey from TEKsystems. And tech workers are inclined to agree with that assessment. The overall more

    Wasted Dollars: The Problem of Unused Software

    A significant percentage of organizations will increase their software budgets for the indefinite future, according to a recent survey from Flexera Software. However, there's also an alarming rise of "shelfware," indicating that too much money is more

    Most IT Admins Suffer From Work-Related Stress

    Does it seem like your IT administrators are on edge all the time these days? You're not imagining things. Most IT admins say they're feeling overwhelmed by stress, and are paying the price in their professional and personal lives—even at more
First <4344454647484950515253> Last
(Page 48 of 103)