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    Why So Many IT Employees Feel Disengaged

    CIOs and other senior executives need to do a better job of addressing disengagement in the workforce, according to a recent survey from Oracle. The resulting report, "From Theory to Action: A Practical Look at What Really Drives Employee more

    Deficient Security Gives Cyber-Attackers Free Rein

    Cyber-attackers often enjoy unconstrained time in an organization's network because they outpace their victims' ability to respond, according to a new report. But if companies limit intruders' time to wreak havoc, forcing them to make decisions more

    Why Some Managers Don't Motivate Employees

    A significant share of employees do not feel very engaged at work, according to a recent survey from Appirio. The resulting report, "The Human Touch for Tech Talent: Employee Retention Could Be as Simple as 'Thank You,'" sheds light on how " more

    How to Deal With the Cyber Kill Chain

    In the quest to stay ahead of cyber-threats, many cyber-security teams have turned to a well-understood military concept, the kill chain, which details how adversaries structure their attacks. They are working to implement their own defenses in order to more

    Why IT Training Efforts Get Mixed Grades

    While most organizations are investing in training for their tech talent, IT leaders and workers offer contrasting perspectives about the effectiveness of these efforts, according to a recent survey from TEKsystems. IT leaders are notably more

    Why Business Departments Choose Their Own Tech

    While CIOs believe that their IT organizations are doing a good job delivering on business outcomes, line of business (LOB) departments are frequently taking the task of tech investment into their own hands, according to a more

    How a Skills Gap Impedes the Use of New Tech

    A lack of skills and understanding is delaying the implementation of the IoT, big data and other new technological trends, according to a new study. "Trends vs Technologies," a research report from Capita Technology Solutions in more

    Why Few Data Centers Are Fully Optimized

    Very few tech executives feel that their IT operations are running at an "optimized" level, according to a recent survey from Datalink. The resulting report, titled "Data Centers in Flux: The IT Optimization Challenge," indicates that more

    How Online Account Access Can Lose Customers

    CIOs must help their organizations find an easier way for customers to access their online accounts, according to a recent survey from Janrain. Many consumers are fed up with filling in yet another registration form, while needing to memorize an more

    Software Cloud Deployment Is Ready for Primetime

    With Gartner predicting that the cloud will emerge as the default option for software deployment by 2020, a clear majority of organizations have either already made this transition or are planning to do so in the near more

    Why Users Don't Connect to New Analytics Tools

    The presence of self-service and embedded analytics tools is steadily increasing within organizations, according to a recent survey from Logi Analytics. The resulting "State of Analytics Adoption Report" reveals that the existence of more

    Why Breaking Down Information Silos Is a Must

    In a perfect enterprise, all data and content would be entirely integrated throughout all business apps, and workflow and business process management (BPM) systems would drive most tasks. But today's organizations are only more

    Telltale Signs of a Terrible Resume

    As a CIO, you probably think you've seen it all when it comes to bad resumes. But, as they say, you ain't seen nothing yet, judging by the following examples of all-time resume blunders, as compiled by CareerBuilder. They cover everything from more

    Are Your Employees Educated About Cyber-Risks?

    Enhanced security and compliance are two reasons why companies turn to outsourced partners and managed service providers (MSPs) for their IT needs. Another reason is that many security problems originate with human error among internal staff. A more

    Showing Some Support for Tech Support

    A clear majority of customers feel that tech support for their product purchases has improved over the last five years—and even more expect this trend to continue over the next five years, according to a recent survey from more

    Why Data Analytics Projects Miss the Mark

    While data-analytics projects have the potential to contribute greatly to organizational goals, professionals overseeing these efforts are encountering a wide range of issues that stand in the way of success, according to a recent survey more

    How Tech Tools Can Grow Customer Loyalty

    If talk really is cheap, then can the act of listening pave the path to untold riches? It's quite possible—at least from a corporation's perspective, according to a recent survey from HundredX. IT solutions which enhance the more

    The Importance of Digital and Mobile Initiatives

    A minority of executives describe their companies as "highly advanced" in their digital pursuits, according to a recent survey from KPMG. The resulting report, titled "Crossing the Enterprise Digital Divide: How Digital more

    The Challenges of Managing Sensitive Documents

    While companies have adopted solutions and policies to more securely manage documents, many are getting compromised anyway due to poor file management practices, according to a recent survey from Accusoft. The resulting report, titled "Closing the more

    How IT Execs Should Set the Tone for Security

    Without one person in an organization responsible for managing third-party risk, companies face a serious barrier to achieving effective third-party risk management, according to a new study. The study, "Tone at the Top and Third-Party Risk," was more
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