Which IT jobs are in the highest demand? What backgrounds and skills do those IT pros need? Which vacancies will be the hardest to fill? And which ones will cost you the most?
Have a great new project that needs the management go-ahead? Experts offer a number of tips to help CIOs get the green light.
If there has been one clear mandate for CIOs this year it is the need to lead digital transformation efforts at their organizations in order to drive innovation and creativity. And for many organizations, that effort may mean the difference between whether they can remain competitive--or not.
While a majority of organizations have yet to or are just now tackling digital transformation, there are already important success stories to learn from.FierceCIO has highlighted some of these efforts with our 2014 Fierce15 winners.
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As IT managers work on their New Year's Resolution lists, one item that I hope will appear near the top will be training for IT workers.
Security researchers warn of vulnerability in embedded Web servers that could expose millions of routers to hacking.
The IT hiring landscape is in the midst of a major shift from a company-driven market to a candidate-driven market, says IT staffing expert Cindy Brown. This makes all the difference in the quality of candidates you can attract, and what it will take to hire them.
Intel has launched a new tool designed to simplify the task for users considering making the switch to a Chromebook.
News Scan: Sony breach takes hacking to a whole new level; Name-calling could be a key to your CIO survival; More
The top news stories for Dec. 19, 2014.
When one thinks of enterprise security threats, terms like hackers, malware and large-scale data breaches all come to mind. But other, less obvious threats could be lurking in your organization too, writes Larry Ponemon in a recent post.
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Top news for December 19, 2014, including cloud-based apps, AirBnB's mobile experience and the VA's tablet deployment.
Proving again that it has shifted its focus to the mobile user, Microsoft announced Thursday that it would offer its offline managed client SDK to the general user base. With the service, users can sync their apps and continue to modify files while they are in unconnected areas.