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    The Top 10 Tech Company CEOs in America

    In an era defined by astonishingly rapid changes in IT innovation and business, the CEOs of technology companies tackle highly complex challenges every day. The most admired ones, however, never appear to let the pressure get to more

    CIOs Are Concerned About the Impact of the GDPR

    While the majority of U.S. CIOs consider themselves well-briefed about the European Union's pending General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), they are concerned about its impact on their ability to use data related to European customers and more

    Security Programs Aren't as Efficient as IT Thinks

    Operations teams are frustrated and stressed due to "a façade of program maturity," as each level of security is buffering the level above from many stress-related issues in an effort to appear more efficient, according to a new study. more

    How Machine Learning Helps With Web App Security

    The cyber-security industry will grow from $102 billion in 2015 to $155 billion in 2020, with a compound annual growth rate of 52 percent, according to Frost & Sullivan. But in its report, "How Machine Learning Will Strengthen the Web more

    Why Your Employees May Be Looking for a New Job

    A significant percent of workers plan to look for a new employer sometime during the year, according to a recent survey from Spherion Staffing. The resulting "2017 Emerging Workforce Study" indicates that salary dissatisfaction is more

    How Widespread Collaboration Advances Innovation

    With relatively few executives describing their organization as an "innovation leader," companies are resorting to nontraditional methods to drive innovation, according to a recent "Innovation Benchmark" report from PwC' more

    Remote Applications Drive Bandwidth Demand

    WAN managers need flexible network services due to the growing demand for higher bandwidth and predictable connectivity to applications that are remote, according to a new study, "State of the WAN Report," conducted SD WAN-supplier more

    10 Summer Books on Leadership, Tech and Business

    Whether you're on the beach, by the pool or just taking the train to work, you can make the most of these summer months by immersing yourself in these informative books about leadership, innovation and digital transformations. To more

    Security Awareness Programs Need Full-Time Staff

    The number of full-time employees devoted to security awareness programs and their ability to effectively communicate to and engage with employees are two main reasons why security awareness programs either thrive or fail, says a new report. more

    Linking Breaches, Brand Reputation & Stock Prices

    How are a company's reputation and the value of its stock affected by a data breach? The answer to that question was the goal of a new study, "The Impact of Data Breaches on Reputation & Share Value: A Study of U.S. Marketers, IT Practitioners more

    How IT Falls Short of User Expectations

    IT managers said they make a wide range of efforts to boost the productivity and effectiveness of their users, but many users don't think the technology department is aligned with the needs of the business, according to a recent survey conducted by more

    Automation Is Vital for IT Transformation

    A significant percent of CIOs and other IT decision-makers consider digital transformation "Topic A" on their technology agenda, according to a recent survey from BMC. Successful transformations are currently creating new sources more

    Why CIOs Struggle to Drive Business Innovation

    While the majority of CIOs and other technology leaders believe they should be leading innovation efforts throughout their organization's business efforts, relatively few are actually doing this, according to the recent CIO survey more

    Companies Worldwide Fear the Impact of the EU GDPR

    Companies face steep and annually rising noncompliance fines, and they fear that noncompliance could cause their businesses to close, according to a new study. The study, which was conducted by Vanson Bourne for Veritas Technologies, more

    How to Gain Control of Your Company's Content

    With the volume of unstructured data growing by the day, an increasing number of organizations are assessing their current enterprise content management (ECM) strategies and practices to overcome multiple challenges, according to a recent survey more

    CIOs Must Deal With Staff Stress and Burnout

    A majority of employees said they have reached the point of job burnout, with a significant number experiencing high or extremely high stress levels at work, according to a recent survey from CareerBuilder. The situation is leading to more

    Automation Can Help IT With Security Breaches

    Most enterprises are not responding effectively to security breaches and, as a result, they face a rising risk to their financial performance, operational continuity and reputation, according to a recent study, "The Global CISO Study: How Leading more

    Wringing Productivity From Mobile Apps

    As the app market matures, a majority of businesses are seeking increased productivity from mobile apps, rather than just using them to mobilize the workforce, according to a new study. The report, "2017 Executive Enterprise Mobility," more

    How Downtime Impedes Digital Transformations

    The majority of organizations experience unplanned IT systems outages, which can stall their digital transformation efforts, according to a recent survey from Veeam Software. The resulting report, "Why Organizations Still Struggle to Digitally more

    Why Are Companies Moving IT Back in House?

    While a majority of organizations employ third-party service providers for some IT needs, a significant number of them plan to increase their use of in-house IT services in 2017, according to a recent survey from Clutch. The accompanying report, " more
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