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How App Complexity Hurts Employee Performance

2 days ago | by Dennis McCafferty

A significant number of employees complain that enterprise apps are too complex to use, and the majority of IT decision-makers agree, according to a recent survey from Capriza. The accompanying... Read More



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    Did you ever think that you'd be more productive in the office if, well, you didn't have to work in an office? If so, you're not alone. In fact, IT employees and other knowledge workers spend far less time getting the job done at their desk than...
  • Why High-Performing Companies Depend on Analytics
    The majority of high-performing companies surveyed are fully committed to analytics as a strategic business tool, while only a minority of less successful organizations can claim the same, according to a recent report from Salesforce. The "2015...
  • Tech Tools Keep Workers Working Around the Clock
    While today's professionals describe themselves as highly productive in the office, they're also constantly dealing with work matters during their personal time—including weekends, according to a recent survey from Workfront. The accompanying...
  • How to Create an Inclusive, Innovative Workplace
    Technology professionals aren't just like everyone else. They take on tasks that require a great deal of both science-based skills and innovative capabilities. They often work under immense pressure and are essential to keeping the company running....
  • How Americans Feel About U.S. Tech Leadership
    The majority of Americans who were queried believe the United States has established itself as a global technology leader, according to a recent survey from Modis. The accompanying report, "America Weighs in on the Current State of Tech," conveys...
  • What Employers Must Do to Compete for Top Talent
    The vast majority of workers queried would prefer to receive additional benefits and perks over pay raises, according to a recent survey from Glassdoor. The most in-demand benefits include better health care coverage and more time off. That's...
  • History Lesson: What IT Pros Were Like in School
    If your managers and colleagues could find out what you were really like in high school, would your first reaction be … instant panic? Don't worry. We're not going to give away any embarrassing secrets about those possibly traumatic...
  • The Ever-Changing Face of DDoS Attacks
    Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks are nothing new. However, the methods are changing, and organizations that do not adapt to today's threat environment put themselves at risk. A recently released report, "Neustar DDoS Attacks &...
  • Why Pen and Paper Are Making a Surprising Comeback
    The headlong rush to embrace all things digital has been taking a detour lately. Specifically, we're actually seeing a return to pen and paper. Here's why.
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    If you're seeing your CIO in a spiffy suit more often these days, it may be because he or she is meeting more frequently with corporate board members. These company directors are getting more involved in a wide range of technology issues, focusing...

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