The Internet of Things revolution is under way, and CIOs need to consider way to securely incorporate IoT devices, apps and platforms into their company.
Certain obvious technology trends are driving much of the increased IT hiring in 2015, but above all else is the desire to find technology leaders and professionals that can drive innovation.
As top gun in the IT department you set the pace for the rest of the staff. And according to a growing number of CIOs, that pace had better be "urgent."
If you're in the market for a CDO this summer, expect to open the purse strings wide. Salaries for these much-in-demand tech execs can range as high as $300,000.
CIO Azmi Jafarey offers advice on how IT leaders can get a handle on business urgency, especially in the new environment of instant gratification demanded by business users.
The top news stories for April 23, 2015.
By most accounts, IT hiring has fully rebounded from the Great Recession, and virtually all IT job titles are in high demand now with IT recruiters. That is, with one notable exception: The CIO slot.
If you're looking for new IT job prospects, then keep an eye on the legal services field.
Today's CIO faces more challenges than ever before. That makes it especially tough for a new CIO. Accenture's Diana Bersohnn offers advice on how the new CIO can survive the critical first 120 days on the job.
With all the requests coming in to IT on a daily basis, it becomes easy to automatically say "yes" and deal with the consequences later. Michael Hughes explains why the real challenge is learning how to say "no" from the outset--respectfully but firmly.