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    Digital Marketing Needs More CIO Attention

    A new Digital Marketing Spending report from Gartner, which is based on a survey of more than 250 marketers from U.S. companies with more than $500 million in annual revenue, finds that spending on digital marketing currently more

    Who's Protecting Your Cloud?

    Cloud computing is what the world is focusing on right now. Both big and small companies around the globe are saying that cloud computing is improving productivity, making employees happier, and producing an overall positive impact on the more

    IT Getting Tough on March Madness Activity

    While it’s fun, the upcoming March Madness college hoops tournament clearly can disrupt your IT operations. In fact, four of ten IT pros say the resulting streaming downloads and other content demand will impact network traffic, more

    CFOs Want More Proof of Tech Investment ROI

    CIOs must do more to justify new IT projects based upon the potential to grow their organization's business as opposed to "keeping the buses running on schedule." And, right now, CFOs aren't particularly convinced by what they're seeing, more

    The Problems With Microsoft SharePoint

    A new survey of 1,000 administrators and business users of Microsoft SharePoint finds that despite the widespread deployment of the collaboration platform, IT organizations continue to struggle not only with security and storage, but more

    How Companies are Addressing the Generation Gap

    Boomers resent those "young 'uns" because they arrive at odd hours and seem over-entitled and underworked. Gen Xers get irritated with "know it all" Boomers who refuse to retire, keeping the Gen Xers’ mid-level careers "stuck in more

    CIOs Harbor Mixed Sentiments About Q2 2013

    There's much for CIOs to feel optimistic about, and far more of them are planning to expand IT staff, compared to those who anticipate a reduction in their tech department headcount, according to the latest Robert Half Technology IT Hiring more

    The Long Journey to Analytics ROI

    A new survey of 600 executives in the U.S. and the U.K. conducted by Accenture finds that belief in the business value of analytics at this point is more an article of faith than science. It’s clear that while the executives surveyed more

    Office Bullying Taking Toll on Workforce

    In the past, CIOs and other top managers may have given a collective shrug to the concept of office "bullying." After all, IT teams work in high-pressure environments and, in some cases, tempers flare. In other instances, senior tech execs more

    IT Spends Too Much Time on 'Firehouse Duty'

    It sounds somewhat like a bad IT joke that you’d hear in the office: “How many tech professionals does it take to fix an issue?” The answer is five, working a combined average of 100 hours of time that otherwise would be more

    Virtualization Gains Popularity Despite Problems

    Virtualization is a huge buzzword in the enterprise. CIOs around the globe are questioning whether they should stick with existing infrastructure or switch to a new virtual server setup that, according to vendors, will deliver more

    Nine Employee 'Types' You Don’t Want to Hire

    Hiring a bad employee will impact your IT department in wide-ranging ways--from lowered productivity to bad office morale to customer and user dissatisfaction, among other factors. Not surprisingly, these professionals will drain your more

    The Enterprise Has a Bad Case of the SIEM

    Security means everything in the enterprise. With strong security, companies can help ensure that their sensitive data is safe and their biggest cyber-threats are kept a comfortable distance away. Without adequate security, the enterprise looks like one big more

    Succeeding With Strong Collaborative Skills

    In the past, the caliber of your digital IQ would essentially amount to how much you knew about IT issues and trends. No longer. Today, a CIO's ability to collaborate with C-suite executives can raise the standards for both tech and more

    Workers Still Value Personal Touch in Digital Age

    CIOs oversee tech departments that are more connected than ever, thanks to multiple mobile devices, BYOD and cloud computing. And you may think–especially after having a staff meeting during which some employees were clearly more

    Six Outrageous Questions From Job Candidates

    In a previous slideshow, we were happy to share some really bizarre questions that managers have asked job candidates. Since turnabout is fair play, we're now presenting the following outrageous interview questions that real-life potential more

    APTs: A Bigger, Badder Threat Than Ever Before

    Advanced Persistent Threats, or APTs, have been surfacing more and more in the security community. In fact, the unrelenting, stealth threats, which are designed to steal intellectual property and other information, have hit major enterprises without their more

    Tech Investments Falling Short of Full Potential

    Global organizations must take better command of their tech investments to manage change, according to a recent survey from The Hackett Group. On the positive side, this means a bigger budget for CIOs (albeit, not a staggering increase) more

    BYOD Improves IT and End-User Relationships

    There once was a time when the IT sector and employees weren't so friendly. The IT side viewed employees as a group of individuals that had meager appreciation for use policies, didn't understand the gravity of security breaches and more

    Nine 'Best Practices' For Telecommuting

    Despite Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer’s ban on telecommuting, CIOs and other senior managers are warming up to the idea of allowing certain employees to telecommute. For certain, these workers must hold job positions that are compatible with the more
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