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Is Too Much Sitting Killing You?

Excessive sitting, which is defined as nine or more hours of sedentary behavior per day, is associated with an increased risk of cancer, heart disease, obesity and other diseases.

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Andre Mendes' Journey From CIO to COO

Thanks in part to approaching his CIO role as a business-minded executive, Andre Mendes has been promoted to a COO-like position at the Broadcasting Board Of Governors.

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Employees Frequently Indulge in Tech Distractions

Constant connectivity is demolishing the wall which once stood firm between one's work time and "me time." With the dominance of bring your own device, professionals don't hesitate to use their gadgets in the office to call family and friends, check personal emails, post on their social networks or even play games, according to a recent survey conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of Ricoh... Read More »

What CIOs Can Learn From Derek Jeter's 'Boot Camp'

As Derek Jeter learned early on in his baseball career, employee education and training can provide numerous benefits, like increased performance and productivity.

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The Differences Between CIOs and CEOs

When the priorities of the CIO and CEO are not in synch it inevitably leads to misunderstandings about the value that IT is delivering to the organization.

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Top Staffing Challenges for CIOs

While CIOs would love to hire new staffers, nearly seven of 10 say they're struggling with limitations in terms of the quantity and quality of available tech talent, with one of four CIOs indicating that the shortage is "significant," according to research. And once CIOs successfully recruit talented IT professionals, they find it difficult to keep them from leaving. With this in mind, the... Read More »

Why You Should Buy the New iPhone

Recent research suggests that people who use high-tech devices like the new iPhone are perceived in the workplace as an innovative, tech-savvy leader.

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13 Ways to Manage Difficult Employees

A troublesome employee can inflict significant damage upon your IT department. In fact, six of 10 managers say bad hires have lowered productivity, brought down office morale and even resulted in legal issues, according to research from CareerBuilder. And more than two of five organizations estimate that the cost of a bad hire is more... Read More »

What Football and IT Organizations Have in Common

Like football, running an IT organization is a team sport. Every member of each respective group—not just the quarterback or the CIO—has an important role to play.

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Confidence Declines Among IT Workers

Overall confidence among IT workers has slightly declined over the last quarter, according to the most-recent Employee Confidence Index from Randstad Technologies. When broken down, the findings send a mixed message to CIOs and other managers: Fewer tech professionals believe the economy is getting stronger, and many sense that less jobs are available. But an increasing percentage of IT... Read More »

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