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Remote Workers Lack Adequate Tech Resources

Telecommuting continues to be a key recruitment tool and employee morale booster, but, in many organizations, remote workers lack the IT resources they need to do their jobs effectively, according to a recent su...Read More

Business-Led Tech Spending Drives Innovation

As the roles of IT and business continue to blur, it's inevitable that an increasing share of technology spending is now overseen by non-tech managers. But there's a bright side to this trend: It's paving...Read More

Business Needs a Better Approach to Cyber-Crime

Digital technologies and the Internet have made it possible for hackers, thieves, spies and other cyber-crooks to unleash threats on a wider and broader scale than ever before. The results of the "2014 U.S....Read More

Fascinating Facts About the Internet of Things

If something isn't connected to the Internet—whether human, animal, household appliance, automobile, factory tool, etc.—does it exist? If you're going all-in on the Internet of things, you may ...Read More

How You Can Enhance Your Executive Presence

Being an organizational power player is definitely not an entry-level job. And to become such as player, you have to offer more than strong technology skills. You also must project an image that screams "executi...Read More

Perceptive Tech Perspectives From Ten Top CIOs

If you had the chance to have a conversation with one of the world's top CIOs, you'd probably leap at the opportunity, right? Well, Baseline can't give you that, but we can provide the following insight...Read More

The Pros and Cons of Working in an Office

Is an office job a blessing or a grind? Judging by recent survey results from CareerBuilder, it looks like both descriptions apply. Like most office workers, many IT professionals can't avoid the daily confines of...Read More

Insider Threats Are Hard to Stop

Just because companies are more aware of insider threats than ever doesn't mean they've figured out how to top the associated risks to their networks and sensitive data. A new report, "Privileged User Abuse & The Insi...Read More

Organizations Lack Formal Mobility Policies

The bring-your-own-device (BYOD) approach seems to be "business as usual" at most companies these days, according to a recent survey from CompTIA. However, relatively few of these organizations have implemented...Read More

Don't Make These Mistakes on Your Job Application

As a technology professional, you may not consider writing one of your core strengths. However, you still need to communicate effectively on both paper documents and emails, especially when you're applying ...Read More

Top Ten Relocation Cities for IT Pros

Given the rising level of competition among companies for tech talent, IT professionals have more leverage than ever to land a great job. However, they may need—or want—to relocate for that position. Natio...Read More

Data Breaches Threaten Business Reputations

The potential impact on a company's reputation is the biggest driver determining IT security executives' responses to breaches, according to a recent survey. In its poll of senior corporate security leaders, Co...Read More

Tech Wins a Key Position at the 2014 World Cup

The 2014 FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) World Cup may go down in history as the most tech-friendly one to date, according to a number of published reports. Matches are cur...Read More

Firms Take a Hands-Off Approach to Mobile Devices

Companies are taking a decidedly hands-off approach when it comes to their employees' mobile devices, according to a recent survey from RingCentral. The vast majority of BYOD (bring your own device) worke...Read More

IT Careers Are Stressful but Satisfying

TEKsystems' "IT Stress & Pride Survey" presents a classic good news/bad news picture when it comes to technology professionals and stress. First the bad news: A significant number of IT workers surveyed said the...Read More
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