I came across an interesting 2014 prediction by IDC--"BYOD as an enterprise mobility strategy is dead." Well, that certainly grabbed my attention.
CIOs are already wrestling with how to best manage Bring Your Own Device programs. Now comes word that many Gen Y members of your staff may be thwarting all those good efforts.
The tech-savvy may not necessarily be more conscious of protecting their privacy or practicing safe computing, according to a new study sponsored by ZoneAlarm and conducted by Dimensional Research.
Research from Columbia University has confirmed what most of us have suspected for a while now--that we are committing less to memory, opting instead to remember where information can be found on the
Change is taking place at your office whether you like it or not. It is no longer possible to ignore social networking at the workplace or as part of your business model. So are you hip? Or are you
Two years ago, IT managers walked on egg shells trying to keep their Gen Y workers happy. There were age-appropriate perks and easy workplace scenarios. There were jobs that Gen Y tech people liked
Are Generation Y professionals equipped to handle the economic downturn and possible layoffs? Some may think they are ill prepared, but workplace and Gen Y experts tell CIO.com that this generation
For those recent college graduates lucky enough to have an IT job, the workplace may come as a bit of a shock. No, not necessarily because of the hours or even the work itself, but because of the