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Programmers have most in-demand IT skills of 2015

If your organization is trying to stay competitive in the IT job market, keep an eye out for programmers, who have the most in-demand IT skills this year, according to IT recruiting firm DaVinciTek.

Mobility is one of the hottest IT skills right now, says Gartner

Experience with mobility is one of the IT skills in highest demand, according to research firm Gartner.

News Scan: Women not making headway with senior IT positions; Employees abuse privileged access; more

The top news stories for June 5, 2014.

Mobility will revolutionize IT skill set, says IDC

Mobile technology, along with cloud services, social business and big data analytics, will change the skills for 95 percent of IT roles over the next three to five years, predicts Joseph Pucciarelli, vice president and IT executive advisor at IDC.

3 types of IT certifications to help ensure mobile mastery

With increased adoption of mobility in the enterprise has come a need for more IT professionals with skills in the area. That has placed growing importance on certifications for mobile technology skills.

Spotlight: Learning about cloud computing

Sound deadly dull? It's actually pretty interesting and potentially useful. Phil Wainewright digs in on  Diginomica.

News scan: Signs of a troubled cloud company; Fear holding CIOs back; More

Top news for Nov. 5, 2013. 

Catalini's 7 habits of highly effective IT pros

No surprises here, but a pleasantly positive focus--it would be easy to turn the same topic into a discourse about geek stereotypes.

IT skills analysis helps CIOs build in-house talent

In Monday's Spotlight, we mentioned a recent TEKsystems survey indicating that in IT departments, succession planning isn't practiced as widely or as well as you might hope. That's just...

'T-shaped' workers bring uniquely human skills to the IT industry

Does your company seek out T-shaped workers? If so, you benefit from both depth and breadth in their skill sets. T-shaped professionals have deep knowledge of their primary field, but are also familiar with a broad range of other disciplines that complement their main proficiency.