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Organizations Are Not Doing Enough to Secure Data

Companies are open to existing vulnerabilities mainly because they never implemented security patches, but many breaches could be avoided with more vigilance. Read More >


Workers Want Ethics and Transparency From Leaders

When asked for a "top three" list of qualities they want from organizational leaders, a cross-section of generational employees ranked a strong sense of ethics, honesty and transparency at the top, according to a survey study from IBM. The accompanying report, "Myths, Exaggerations and Uncomfortable Truths," focuses primarily on perspectives held by Millennial workers. However, the findings also... Read More >


Data Jobs Grow at Faster Pace, Pay Higher Salaries

Data is now considered a key focus for the majority of U.S. jobs, according to research recently released by the Department of Commerce's Economics and Statistics Administration (ESA). The accompanying report, titled "The Importance of Data Occupations in the U.S. Economy," reveals that data positions are growing at a remarkably faster pace than other jobs. As a result, workers in these jobs make... Read More >


IT Hits Roadblocks When Adopting New Technologies

While an overwhelming majority of technology professionals feel that the adoption of significant new technologies plays a key role in organizational success, many believe that these efforts aren't as successful as they need to be, according to a recent survey from SolarWinds. The report, "IT Trends Report 2015: Business at the Speed of IT," reveals that the acquisition and implementation of these... Read More >


NYU and DARPA Dive Deeper Into the Web

NYU received a grant from DARPA to develop more sophisticated methods to locate and explore hard-to-find information on the Web surface and on the deep Web. Read More >


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