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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 »

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 »

Why Risk Professionals Need More IT Support

Governance, risk and compliance (GRC) professionals believe their current tech tools aren't capable of enabling them to monitor risk effectively, according to a recent survey from SAP. The... Read More »

Why the 9 to 5 Work Day Is Fading

With technology comes empowerment. And, in the case of CIOs and their teams, that empowerment often translates to the ability to self-determine work hours, according to a recent survey from Read 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 overall national economy,... Read 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 personality-challenged team member can cause declines in overall... Read More »

Things Workers Really Say When They’re Late

If you think you've heard 'em all by now with regard to explanations for an employee's tardiness, then read on. CareerBuilder recently released the following list of outrageous late excuses from workers, as compiled from a Read More »

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