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    Failure to Encrypt Data Puts Individuals at Risk

    In 2012, for the first time, California companies and government agencies were required by law to submit copies of their data breach notices to the attorney general. The impact of the failure to encrypt sensitive personal information is particularly more

    Training Programs Improve Employee Retention

    As indicated in past features, CIOs and other managers are struggling to retain good tech talent. But a new survey from Aerotek reveals that organizations will do a better job keeping valued workers if they invest in training. Clearly, an more

    Complexity and Legacy IT Delay Cloud Adoption

    Existing IT infrastructure in the enterprise has caused CIOs around the world to question whether implementing cloud-based solutions right away is a good idea, according to a new survey of 300 CIOs and senior IT more

    Best Practices of Mobile Technology Leaders

    How are IT executives preparing from the transition to mobile technologies in the enterprise? To find out, IBM and IDC conducted a joint study, "Putting mobile first: Best practices of mobile technology leaders. Findings from the more

    Did Somebody Say Malware?

    According to security company Kaspersky Lab, nearly 200,000 new malicious software programs appear around the world each day, but few IT executives recognize the extent of the threat. Kaspersky Lab's survey, conducted with B2Bof 2013 Global Corporate IT Security Risks,& more

    Nine Trouble Signs When Hiring a Tech Star

    Be careful of what you wish for. Because if you step up recruiting efforts to get the very best tech talent, you could create a huge headache in the process. That's because highly capable people may still lack proper motivation or a more

    CIO and IT Employee Salaries Remain Flat

    The latest analysis of job and salary data from Janco Associates presents a mixed bag of results. Overall technology job staffing is heading up, but salaries remain surprisingly flat. For CIOs at large companies, the news is even worse, with a more

    Risk-Based Security Management Needs More Support

    The average company's commitment to risk-based security management is "significant," according to a new study from compliance management company Tripwire. But there's just one problem: The IT side sees the value of risk-based management, more

    11 Mind-Boggling Predictions for the Digital Age

    It's enough to bring out the inner geek in all of us: The very latest Visual Networking Index from Cisco is packed full of eyebrow-raising statistics about global IP traffic, online video consumption, mobile growth and other key topics that will more

    Mobile Malware Threats Getting Steadily Worse

    Malware has always been a top concern for CIOs, but according to a new study from Juniper Networks, the number of mobile threats impacting the corporate world is skyrocketing. What's even more disconcerting, those threats are increasingly being designed more

    Job Market Bodes Well for IT Professionals

    Dice, the company that tracks the IT job market, has some good news for professionals: the second half of 2013 is going to be an awfully favorable period for technology professionals. Things are so good, in fact, that companies are willing to more

    Enterprise IT Gains Cloud Sophistication

    The popular perception is that many IT organizations are resistant when it comes to cloud computing. However, a recent survey of 822 IT decision-makers in the U.S. conducted by the IT research firm Neovise on behalf more

    What Consumers Want From the Mobile Web

    As the digerati has dictated since the dawning of the Internet, "Content is king." Some two decades later, this adage still holds true—even in the mobile age. Whether using smartphones or tablets, consumers are mainly seeking more

    Nine Reasons Why the iPhone 5 Beats the Galaxy S4

    There are only two smartphones available to consumers and enterprise customers that the majority of people care about: Apple's iPhone 5 and Samsung’s Galaxy S4. Although other firms, such as BlackBerry, HTC and LG, are more

    CIOs Playing Large Role in Compliance Efforts

    Data breaches, corrupt executives, customer scams, insider trading.... If it seems like a large, murky sea out there with respect to risk, you're not mistaken. As a result, companies around the world are increasing their investment into more

    How to Spot a Star Manager in the Making

    If you're like many CIOs, you've probably hired a large share of talented Millennials who are making valuable contributions. And some may indicate to you that they'd like to be considered for managerial jobs. Not every IT standout, however, can more

    Nine Major Productivity Killers

    In a world that's constantly driven by getting work done as quickly as possible and moving on to the next task, time management has become a major concern for employees, the business side, and especially CIOs. Companies around the globe are turning to more

    Business Taking DIY Approach to App Development

    While outsourcing has dominated tech-related business headlines in recent years, one IT-led development appears to be bucking that trend: the deployment of apps for enterprise users, according to a recent survey from Antenna more

    Social IT Emerges as a Silo Smasher for CIOs

    In order to encourage collaboration and otherwise abandon siloed work processes, CIOs and other tech leaders are pushing their organizations to implement what's called “social IT." Social IT is defined as "the use of more

    Employees Motivated by Praise, Not Money

    Seven of every 10 employees are not engaged, research shows. So why should CIOs and other tech managers care? Because employee engagement directly impacts company performance. Departments within the top half of their organization in employee more
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