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How a Lack of Automation Hurts Companies

1 day ago | by Dennis McCafferty

At home, we don't think twice about ordering car rides from Uber and, well, pretty much anything from Amazon. And we usually consider such sites and apps easy to use, with relatively fast delivery of... Read More



  • Why IT Pros Are Feeling Less Stressed About Work
    Far fewer technology employees feel overwhelmed with stress these days, according to TEKsystems' annual "IT Stress and Pride" survey. Findings show significant improvements on this front in multiple areas. For one thing, IT pros are far less likely...
  • Authentication Works Better With Identity Proofing
    When strong authentication meets highly proofed identity credentials, we will unlock the power they offer and take a step toward a stronger identity ecosystem.
  • What Would Employees Do for More Pay or Perks?
    To double your salary, would you rather be on call 24/7 for your boss … or for Donald Trump? To get unlimited time off, would you rather endure a two-hour commute (each way) or take a huge pay cut? These and other compensation and...
  • Email Overload Can Lead to Employee Burnout
    A relentless glut of work emails is causing many employees to lose sleep at night, according to a recent survey from Samanage. The accompanying report, "Is Work Email Disrupting the Personal Lives of U.S. Employees?" seems to answer that question...
  • How Predictable Disruption Can Benefit Your Firm
    As a result of ecosystem disruption, companies are changing business models, restructuring business and IT strategies, and reinventing products and services.
  • How Financial Stress Hurts Work Performance
    The majority of employees in a recent PwC survey said they face constant financial stress, and, for many, it's taking a toll on their work performance. The resulting "2016 Employee Financial Wellness Survey" reveals that a significant number of...
  • Why Open-Source Pros Are in Great Demand
    The majority of hiring managers predict that the demand for open-source IT professionals will rise more than other recruitment-based areas of interest over the next six months, according to a recent survey from the Linux Foundation and Dice. The...
  • What Motivates 'Boomerang' Employees to Return?
    A significant percent of U.S. professionals are "boomerang" workers—people who have returned to work for an ex-employer—according to a recent survey from Spherion. Findings reveal that even more of the respondents are open to this idea,...
  • Finding Value and Concern in the Digital Economy
    The MIT Sloan CIO Symposium focused on "Thriving in the Digital Economy," with topics ranging from the gig economy to big data to the IoT and security.
  • The 10 Highest-Paying Technology Companies
    A great salary probably isn't the only reason you'd accept a job offer. But if you could work in a company with a great culture—one that combines a challenging, inspiring and fun work environment with an awesome compensation...

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