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Complementing Technology with an Appreciation for Going ‘Old School’

11 Nov, 2016

Author Jim Whiddon says technology might be handicapping young people’s social and professional skills.

Too Much Threat Data Hinders Cybersecurity Efforts

03 Nov, 2016

70 percent of those in charge of an organization’s security are feeling overwhelmed and say that threat intelligence is often too voluminous.

5 Best Practices to Enable Remote Workers

01 Nov, 2016

Recent years have seen a significant increase in the remote workforce as developments in technology have given employees the freedom to work anywhere, anytime.

IT Roles: The New Faces of Network Infrastructure

26 Oct, 2016

The newfound emphasis on tools and service integration is shaping a new crop of industry professionals — the actual faces behind the IT infrastructure.

Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2017

26 Oct, 2016

Here are the top 10 strategic technology trends that will impact most organizations in 2017. Strategic technology trends are defined as those with substantial disruptive potential or those reaching the tipping point over the next five years.

To Master the Digital Economy Be Better at Being Human

25 Oct, 2016

The economic impact of being behind your peer group in digital is huge.

A Tennessean Coder’s Tale of Beating Bots to Land a Bay Area Tech Gig

21 Oct, 2016

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.

Boot Camp Guarantees Software Engineering Job upon Completion

18 Oct, 2016

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.

9 Tips for Running a 'Tween' Company

17 Oct, 2016

Advice and tips for entrepreneurs and companies that are no longer startups but not quite ready for an IPO, also known as "tweens."

Pentaho Unveils Visual Approach to Prepping Big Data

17 Oct, 2016

Pentaho is moving more of the data preparation process into a discrete set of functions that internal IT operation teams can use without having to master arcane extract, transform and load (ETL) tools.

Top 5 Trends Affecting Women-Owned Micro Businesses

14 Oct, 2016

Learn more about the challenges and opportunities presented to women leaders, especially micro-business owners.

How to Help Manage Your Company’s Online Reputation

13 Oct, 2016

The belief that things you put up online stay there forever is not necessarily true.

Expectations Rise for Remote Collaboration to Mirror Face-to-Face, Study Finds

11 Oct, 2016

The expectations employees have for the technology they use in the workplace are rising, and that rise isn’t just being driven by millennials.

Lack of Cybersecurity Skills Leads to Consumer Concerns About Data Breaches

10 Oct, 2016

Probably the biggest obstacle to improving cybersecurity in organizations across the country is the cybersecurity skills shortage.

Politics and Social Media

10 Oct, 2016

Even if you don’t have a computer, the nightly news bombards you with tweets from the candidates and anyone who has an opinion about the candidates.

Tech Apprenticeship Program in Washington State to Expand Nationwide

06 Oct, 2016

A tech apprenticeship program in Washington State is being expanded to recruit, train and place workers to help close the technology skills gap.

Are Women Leaders Being Pushed Toward a ‘Glass Cliff’ in Times of Crisis?

04 Oct, 2016

Research suggests that women are subjected to “the glass cliff,” the tendency to push women into leadership positions during times of crisis.

Donald Trump, CEOs and the Argumentative Theory Problem

03 Oct, 2016

In extremes, this behavior can drift to a violent rejection and attack on anyone who has what may be a better idea.

Why White Men Hold Key to Driving Diversity, Inclusion in Tech

28 Sep, 2016

Bill Proudman, founding partner and CEO of White Men as Full Diversity Partners, says inclusion and leadership are synonyms.

Veteran IBM Exec Shares Vision from Asian Woman’s Perspective

26 Sep, 2016

Inhi Cho Suh shares more of her vision for IBM and the tech realm in general.

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