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IT Pros Are Most Likely to Holiday Shop at Work

Tech employees are most likely to do at least some of their holiday shopping online while on the job, according to a recent survey from CareerBuilder. Most of the workers surveyed admitted that they do ...Read More

Why Augmented Reality and the IoT Increase Risks

A significant number of organizations are adopting wearable technology, digital navigation and other forms of augmented reality (AR) to drive business, according to a recent survey from ISACA. The accompan...Read More

American Workers Don't Take Enough Vacation Days

North American employees are, on average, using considerably less vacation days than they're entitled to, according to a recent survey from The accompanying "2016 Expedia Vacation Deprivation" r...Read More

The Cloud Evolves and Joins the Mainstream

Only a few years ago, most business and IT leaders viewed the cloud with some trepidation. Although many had begun to use cloud services and solutions, they still had questions about everything from viabi...Read More

Mobile Workers Need Better Time-Management Tools

As today's workforce grows increasingly mobile, organizations are missing out by not investing in better time-management tools for their employees, according to a recent survey from Changepoint. The accomp...Read More

IT Skills Gap Burdens Staff and Management

Today's business and IT environments are faced with a formidable array of labor challenges. One of the biggest is coping with ongoing and worsening skill and knowledge shortages. Not only do these gaps crea...Read More

Is Enterprise Security Lost in the Cloud?

The debate about whether to migrate to the cloud is largely over—and the cloud won. Yet, as adoption rates grow and IT systems become more interconnected with cloud architectures, the challenge of loc...Read More

IT Pros Worry How Innovation Will Change Their Job

The vast majority of global technology managers and professionals describe their organizations as innovative, according to a recent survey from Harvey Nash. However, tech innovation arrives at a possible ...Read More

DevOps Drives the Move to a Cloud-First World

Fulfilling predictions made 20 years ago, cloud computing has reached the tipping point, with the majority of enterprises now opting for a cloud-first strategy. Just over half of the 1,850 mid- to seni...Read More

How Web-Based Tech Drives App Development

Organizations expect to increase their investments in web-based technologies to enhance the efficiency and quality of their app development, according to a recent survey from Sencha. The resulting report, ...Read More

Phishing & Ransomware: Attackers' Favorite Weapons

A review of recent headlines provides the latest reminder that organizations are under siege. Companies like ADP, LinkedIn and Yahoo—as well as federal agencies such the FBI and IRS—have reported...Read More

Companies Must Balance Speed and Security

The need for speed is forcing many organizations to confront an inconvenient truth: While security is clearly critical to business, many enterprise leaders are still willing to cut corners and take risks. An Octo...Read More

Office Gift-Giving: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

The holiday spirit of office gift-giving is alive and well this year, according to a recent survey from Accountemps. Most HR managers feel it's appropriate for employees to give gifts to their managers and ...Read More

Why Bad App Testing Drives IT Buggy

The vast majority of IT organizations frequently encounter bugs as a result of incomplete and/or flawed app testing, according to a recent survey from ClusterHQ. For some tech professionals, that's turning into ...Read More

DevOps and Security Teams Are Still in Silos

In theory, a DevOps culture stressing communication between software developers and IT operations professionals can improve application security by enabling organizations to find and fix issues more frequ...Read More
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