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Companies Turn to Contractors and Freelancers

It's certainly not news that the face of enterprise hiring is changing. As organizations attempt to fill skill and knowledge gaps in their workforce—and create a more flexible and agile approach to...Read More

Ten Signs That Define the Office Pushover

No one wants to be the office goof-up—the person who blows deadlines, turns in subpar work and gets away with doing as little as possible. Nor does anyone want to be the office bully who attempts to ram...Read More

Cloud Offers Affordable Disaster Recovery Options

If your company's C-suite is constantly turning to IT to reduce costs, you may want to consider proposing the deployment of cloud storage solutions for disaster recovery (DR) and backup. By taking ...Read More

Many Employees Feel Optimistic and Motivated

Everyone occasionally has a complaint about their job, but, overall, U.S. employees are feeling good about their workplace, according to a recent survey from Randstad US. The majority of surveyed workers feel c...Read More

Ten Ways to Boost Your Social Media Profile

There are many real-life scenarios in which social media torpedoes a career. It's quite possible to get fired, for example, after posting inflammatory remarks in the heat of an argument—even if the di...Read More

Enterprise Mobility Raises Concerns and Challenges

The widespread adoption of mobile devices in the enterprise has unleashed productivity gains and cost savings that couldn't have been envisioned only a few years ago. However, these devices have also gen...Read More

Would 'Breaking Bad' Characters Work Well in IT?

This week, we said goodbye to Breaking Bad, as the TV show's long-anticipated finale aired. It seems unconventional to build an entire TV series around a “hero” who’s diagnosed with lung...Read More

Professionals Can't Escape the Work Vortex

IT professionals are increasingly being swept into what can only be described as a "work vortex": a never-ending cycle of time-consuming, always-increasing tasks and responsibilities that are paired with ever-shri...Read More

Companies Can't Take Control of Big Data

Organizations believe that big data will be "very important" to business in 2014, but they acknowledge that they're struggling to take command of this technology, according to a recently released survey f...Read More

How Not to Write a Résumé—If You Want the Job

A résumé represents the very first impression you'll make on a potential employer. So why do so many job applicants get this part of the process wrong? We asked this—as we're sure you will t...Read More

Workers Struggle to Achieve Work-Life Balance

Do you remember when off-hours were off limits for work? We don't either. And neither do a lot of other people, according to a recent survey from the American Psychological Association's Center for Organi...Read More

How to Cope With Toxic Co-Workers

You will undoubtedly encounter a parade of extremely, ahem, challenging co-workers throughout your professional career. There's the backstabber in the corner cubicle, closely watching over everyone else's performance so h...Read More

Tips for Using Social Media to Advance Your Career

It really is a great time to pursue an IT career, especially if you're comfortable with two rules: First and foremost, you are responsible for your success. Companies can provide training and support, but...Read More

Half of All Job Candidates Don't Negotiate Pay

If you're like nearly one-half of job candidates out there, you're literally leaving money on the table when you get hired. That's because a notable number of employers say they're willing to negotiate on that...Read More

Execs Say IT Is Too Slow to Deliver on Mobile

A growing number of enterprises are in a hurry to move into customer-benefiting mobile initiatives. However, many top business decision-makers feel that IT can't respond rapidly enough to accommodate the swif...Read More
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