Lack of advancement opportunities number one complaint in IT

The issue that most frustrates IT workers today is a lack of advancement opportunities, reveals new research from staffing firm Robert Half International, which offers advice on how CIOs can best keep workers happy, and on the job.

Tech firms form new security alliance, while new study details carding black market

A new alliance of technology companies has formed "to help stem the rising tide of cybersecurity threats," just as a new report details how the stolen credit card black market works.

Digital transformation changing the recruiting, job seeking process

IT managers and professionals alike must undergo dramatic change in the next few years in how they recruit new hires or perform on the job, says research firm Gartner.

News Scan: IoT good for vendors; Tech icons star in new graphic novel; More

The top news stories for Oct. 22, 2014.


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