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    How Generations Approach the Workplace Differently

    There's a general consensus that Millennials approach technology and work in a significantly different way than Gen X and Baby Boomers. They have grown up with technology, they are comfortable with it and they have been shaped by more

    12 Things Enterprises Don’t Know They Can Automate

    Today, IT departments operate in increasingly complex environments with an array of heterogeneous technologies. Traditional batch processing and job-scheduling solutions only allow for the execution of one or more jobs on a more

    How Mishandled IT Incidents Spiral Out of Control

    Organizations deal with literally hundreds of IT incidents every year, with each one consuming a considerable share of the tech department's time, according to a survey from Everbridge. The report, titled "Current Trends and more

    IT Pros Dominate March Madness

    When it comes to participating in office pools for the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament–otherwise known as March Madness–IT workers dominate, according to a recent survey from CareerBuilder. Typically, employees fill out bracket more

    Why CIOs Are Adopting Virtual Desktops

    CIOs and other executives are increasingly turning to virtual desktop deployment primarily to enhance mobility initiatives, according to a recent survey from Evolve IP. The "2015 Evolve IP State of the Desktop" report reveals that more

    How to Overcome Big Data Barriers

    A clear majority of senior leaders feel that big data capabilities will determine whether their organizations remain relevant and competitive. But most say IT development processes are creating barriers with respect to arriving at crucial insights more

    Workers Routinely Dodge Security Policies

    A new study finds significant security risk occurring in the enterprise, with one-fifth of employees violating their company's compliance and security policies simply to get their jobs done. According to DataMotion's third annual survey on corporate more

    Why a Compliance Gap Costs Time and Money

    A new survey on workforce compliance reveals one-half of businesses use separate IT systems or manual processes for compliance requirements. Systems to handle human capital management, such as paying employees, managing their time and more

    10 Tips for Taking Back Control of Your Data

    In an increasingly mobile world, more mobile data is being housed in the cloud, which has resulted in some serious security breaches. In 2014, for example, breaches regarding under-clothed celebrities dominated headlines. This more

    Why Companies Struggle With IoT Data

    With the Internet of things poised to grow into a nearly $9 billion market by 2020, organizations are only beginning to tap into its potential. And, like any relatively new technology, they're running into obstacles in attempting to translate more

    Is Your Company a Security Leader or Laggard?

    Over the last few years, cyber-security has emerged as a central challenge for organizations large and small. And while there's no shortage of news stories and analyst reports chronicling the severity of the risk and the complexities of addressing it, more

    Cyber-Security Remains a Top Concern in the C-Suite

    Board members and C-suite executives rank cyber-security No. 3 among the 10 top risks facing organizations today, according to a new survey. Although encouraged by signs of an improving business climate in most industries, as evidenced by more

    Eight Ways to Bridge the Gap in IT and Business

    The divide between IT and business departments in the enterprise is unnecessary and can be overcome by communication and collaboration, according to IT leaders. Cesar Fernandez, director of Product Solutions at PMG, draws on the more

    Six Biggest Challenges Facing IT Managers

    When it comes to being a boss, there are plenty of scary statistics out there–especially for CIOs. Nearly three out of 10 large IT projects fail. And the average cost overrun on IT projects is 27%, with one out of six IT projects more

    Why Confidence Is Falling for IT Workers

    Overall confidence among IT workers has noticeably declined since the middle of 2014, according to recent survey findings released by Randstad Technologies. Contributing factors include a lack of conviction about prospects for the more

    IT Systems Fall Short of Contact Center Needs

    A significant number of CIOs and other executives believe digitally enabled customer interactions will play a key role within their organizations' contact center operations, but many said their IT systems aren't supporting current needs, more

    How Malware Bypasses Detection Tools

    More than one-half of security breaches occur through companies' browsers despite malware-detection technologies, according to a new study. That means companies are spending millions without success to protect themselves, according to the Ponemon Institute, more

    Doubts Raised Over IT's Strategic Potential

    While the majority of executives–both IT and non-IT–agree that the tech department must play a lead role in the improvement of business effectiveness, they're expressing considerable doubts about the department's ability to more

    How Tech Megatrends Put More Pressure on IT

    Tech "megatrends" such as the cloud, mobility, big data and social media are creating a perfect storm for IT departments, launching an era in which CIOs must step up as strategic leaders–or risk failure. The majority of global more

    Tips on How to Spot Jerks Before They’re Hired

    The vast majority of tech professionals said they've had the misfortune to work with at least one jerk in the last five years, according to a recent survey from Connectria. CIOs can't afford to take this issue lightly, because a more
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