The top news stories for April 16, 2014.
Disruptive technologies are creating new opportunities for CIOs and IT to contribute in bigger ways to the success of their organizations, says a new CA Technologies report.
As the mainframe marks its 50th anniversary, Michael Madden reflects on the experiences, skills and attitudes needed by the next generation of mainframers.
The British government has funded the creation of a new big data research center to be named after computer pioneer and WWII code-breaker Alan Turing.
The top news stories for April 15, 2014.
In a recent post at Forbes, Peter High--President of advisory firm Metis Strategy--outlines what CIOs in technology companies need to do to stay relevant, improve their IT teams and improve their businesses.
Staffing expert Rona Borre examines the role of the information security analyst, one of the most in-demand jobs in IT today.
In order to prepare for tomorrow's connected office, Patrick Charron says IT managers should act today to prepare the enterprise infrastucture, and develop proper policies and procedures to allow for an open and collorative environment.
The Federal Trade Commission's assertion that it has the right to sue companies found negligent in data breach incidents has been upheld in federal court.
The top news stories for April 14, 2014.
Finding IT talent is a battle in itself. But developing and keeping that talent is a whole other ball game. GE Capital's Information Technology Leadership Program, or ITLP as it is commonly referred to, is one example of how a company recruits, trains--and helps develop and promote--IT talent.
The top stories for April 11, 2014.
If you think you can trust your employees to have the company's data safety and security at heart, think again. Inside jobs account for an alarming percentage of data compromises at most organizations.
CIOs say they will increase hiring and salaries this year. But the emergence of several new IT management and professional level job roles will make the job of determining proper experiences, and competitive salaries, very challenging.
Following the lead in the corporate sector, state spending on IT continues to rise and this year should mark a return to pre-recession levels for most states. Topping the list of IT spending priorities is shared services.
The #NoEstimates "movement" is the latest hot button in enterprise software development. Unfortunately, its name may obscure the value of the concept.
News Scan: The way to an IT pro's heart is through the stomach; Is global warming impacting your remote workers?; more
The top news stories for April 10, 2014.
Should the U.S. make the training and development of cyber security professionals a national priority? One security expert says absolutely!
While organizations try to remain on guard against a host of outside IT security threats, this year may in fact be the year of the insider threat, one security expert argues.
How do you evaluate risk when you're considering a new enterprise technology?