With IT hiring on the rebound, retention and career development are especially important this year. One of the best tools to help hang onto newly-acquired IT talent is to form a mentoring program.
As the mainframe marks its 50th anniversary, Michael Madden reflects on the experiences, skills and attitudes needed by the next generation of mainframers.
Staffing expert Rona Borre examines the role of the information security analyst, one of the most in-demand jobs in IT today.
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.
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.
The top news stories for April 10, 2014.
Prepare to dig deep into your pockets if you're looking to hire IT's top talent this summer, with 73 percent of IT managers looking to increase headcount.
Phil Komarny tweets. Tom Catalini blogs. Both say they're better CIOs for it.
Few topics in IT are more polarizing than that of the H-1B program, which allows foreign workers to take tech jobs in the U.S. Kayak's Giorgos Zacharia discusses that company's experience as one of countless small H-1B employers.
The top news stories for April 4, 2014.