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Here's a great primer for the enterprise C-suite as they review needs for their future work force. Consider these skills as essential to hiring for the future needs of your organization as digital transformation permeates every corner of the enterprise. It's not all about the...

According to the 2018 IT Career Outlook report from SpiceworksIT, as many as one-third of IT workers will look for a new job in 2018.  The reasons why they might look for a change differ between age groups, from millennials to Gen Xers and baby boomers. SpiceworksIT surveyed...

Read up to learn "some of the most common IT gaffes include becoming trapped in a relationship with a vendor you can't shake loose, hiring or promoting the wrong people, and hiding problems from top management until it's too late to recover," at CIO.com. ...

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of computer and information technology jobs is growing faster than the average for any other occupation. CIO Today tells us what talent they expect to see in 2018. Most in demand: data science, programming, security,...

First the good news. If you get a signed term sheet with a reputable angel or venture investor, there is a very good chance you will get a deal done. Unless, of course, you don’t. Probably the most common element of every term sheet is the...

Lines of business want services fast; IT will need an investment budget that allows it to try to achieve desired solutions and sometimes fail. It used to be that every IT technology project needed to be a business -- to have a business justification. Now, every...