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The Worst Jaw-Dropping Resume Blunders

Like many hiring managers, CIOs are pressed for time when reviewing job applications. Most employers, in fact, spend less than five minutes reviewing a single resume, according to Read More »

How Tech Is Building Health Care of the Future

Jefferson's top tech exec reveals how CIOs should be empowered to use tech not only to keep the lights on, but to inspire things that have not been done before.

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Why IT Budgets Are Up but Hiring Is Down

The latest, quarterly “Reality Check” survey from TEKsystems presents a mixed bag of sentiments among CIOs and other IT leaders: IT budgets are on the rise, findings show, but hiring expectations are significantly lower than they were at the end of last year.... Read More »

How Gender Impacts the Tech Job Search

Gender impacts the IT workforce before professionals even enter the office—it can impact the recruiting process in these small, subtle ways.

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Not Dialed In: The Top Conference Call Offenders

They serve a useful purpose but—let's face it—conference calls can often seem like an experience to endure rather than an opportunity for collaborative excellence. As a CIO, you are inevitably asked to participate in these calls. As a result, you've likely suffered through the classic conference call miscues:... Read More »

Ten Fastest-Growing States for Tech Jobs

If you're a CIO in the No. 1 state for tech-employment growth, you're not working anywhere near California, New York, Massachusetts, Texas or any of the other usual suspect states that show up on this type of list. Instead, "Go Midwest, young man," as the top state is actually not on the coast but in the heart of the country, according to a Read More »

Why Insider Threats Are Inevitable

The majority of surveyed security professionals, 62 percent, said insider threats have grown during the last year, according to a new report. A combination of factors are at play: 53 percent attribute the rise to insufficient data protection strategies and solutions, 50 percent point to the proliferation of sensitive data moved beyond the firewall on mobile devices, and 50% note a lack of... Read More »

As Demographics Change, Security Training Must Adapt

Shoring up an organization’s cyber-defenses takes more than simply providing handbooks during the new hire process—because one size does not fit all.

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The Key to Battling Cyber-Crime Begins With Users

A day doesn't pass without news of a breach or security lapse somewhere in government or business. As a result, Americans are increasingly concerned about the risks posed by digital systems. Yet many do not follow basic security practices that reduce dangers. A new national survey of more than 1,000... Read More »

IT Innovation Pressures Grow for CIOs

More than half of business executives recently surveyed said the organization rates as "poor" or it is "just making progress” with innovation in IT. 

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