Qualys VP of Global Cloud Operations Syamla Bandla talks about her career experiences in Silicon Valley tech companies and what is left to do in hiring diversity.
Too many companies focus on buying and implementing technology without understanding that for the investment to pay off, leaders need to instill a corporate culture with core values, says Miller Ingenuity CEO Steven L. Blue.
A conversation with Dr. Brendesha Tynes, creator of Rate My Media, a crowdsourced rating site focused on equity and inclusion in media.
Author Jim Whiddon says technology might be handicapping young people’s social and professional skills.
The recent scandal at Wells Fargo could have been prevented if the right CRM system had been in place.
The idea behind ClearMetal came from time spent in a Stanford Business School immersion program at OOCL, a giant ocean shipping line in Hong Kong.
The economic impact of being behind your peer group in digital is huge.
While he didn’t need CodeFights to get a job, landing a cool job in San Francisco would have been tough for a guy in Chattanooga without that lead.
Revature works with about 300 individuals this year, placing them in software engineering jobs, and it expects to at least double that number next year.
The belief that things you put up online stay there forever is not necessarily true.
The expectations employees have for the technology they use in the workplace are rising, and that rise isn’t just being driven by millennials.
A tech apprenticeship program in Washington State is being expanded to recruit, train and place workers to help close the technology skills gap.
Research suggests that women are subjected to “the glass cliff,” the tendency to push women into leadership positions during times of crisis.
Radial exec is on a mission to help online retailers thrive, despite having the dominance of Amazon perpetually looming over them.
Bill Proudman, founding partner and CEO of White Men as Full Diversity Partners, says inclusion and leadership are synonyms.
Inhi Cho Suh shares more of her vision for IBM and the tech realm in general.
The Software Guild is a coding boot camp provider that offers intensive 12-week programs on the ground, and is fast expanding online.
A Korean-American whose family emigrated to the United States when she was five years old, Suh embodies what one hopes is the future of IBM.
What are some challenges retailers face as they develop omnichannel strategies to compete against the customer-experience expectations set by Amazon?