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In 1989, the CEO of my global employer allowed me to work from home rather than demand I move halfway across the US to be near corporate headquarters. Two technologies made his decision possible: Overnight delivery and an early fax machine. I was the first...

What is going on in IT? You guys don't seem to want to stay where you are. A quarter of the 240 IT pros surveyed by CareerBuilder are actively looking for a new job, even though they are already employed. Over 80% of the 1,300 IT...

In this still-unfolding “age of the customer,” consumer expectations have been shaped by their experience with mobile devices and apps. The resulting ubiquitous availability of information technology services outside the corporate data center will challenge company IT departments to remain relevant or become yet another...

Sometimes the security, IT, risk, and privacy offices just can't get along. Fifteen-year-old girls are the go-to experts on the phenomenon of a "frenemy" -- a person who is both your friend and your enemy. Yet, even 15-year-old girls would agree that leaders of security, privacy,...

Amid the increasing chaos of technology-enabled business disruption, stability has become a quaint notion, and the ability to adapt quickly has become the key to organizational success. Nowhere is that more true than in the role of the chief information officer because the relentless advance...

2015 will be an extraordinary year; it's the first year that Gen Z, individuals born in 1995 and beyond will begin entering the workforce. At two billion strong globally Z is the single largest cohort to ever sweep through civilization. Hyperconnected, wielding extreme social influence, and...