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Why We Should Encourage More Women to Work in IT

A significantly larger number of women tech professionals than men believe that their gender is underrepresented in the IT industry, according to a recent survey from Harvey Nash, an IT recruiting, outsourcing/offshoring and executive search firm, and ARA, an organization that seeks to attract, retain and advance women in technology. The resulting report, "2017 Women in Technology: Overcoming... Read More >

 
 

Organizations Struggle to Curtail Phishing Attacks

Phishing attacks have escalated sharply in recent years. What was once a nuisance has become a mainstream—and increasingly dangerous—problem. In addition to an increase in the frequency of attacks, phishing methods have become far more sophisticated. From staff members to executives in the C-Suite, employees have been duped into providing log-in data and other credentials that put an... Read More >

 
 

10 Fall Books to Enhance Professional Development

Are you aware that there's a form of open source that has nothing to do with software coding? Do you know why many organizations fail in attempting to build engagement? Are you curious about the bad habits that companies need to break? If these topics pique your interest, you'll probably want to check out the following list of insightful tech and business-themed books for fall. Some titles focus... Read More >

 
 

Make a Good Impression: Avoid Résumé Blunders

Even though the employment market is currently good for job seekers, you can't afford to get complacent with your résumé. A significant number of managers initially spend less than one minute looking at a résumé, according to a recent survey from CareerBuilder. To distinguish yours from the rest of the pack, it's best to customize your résumé for the open... Read More >

 
 

What Motivates—and Frustrates—Developers?

The prime motivators for developers, according to a recent survey from CAST, are pride in their craft and the ability to build something innovative, as well as compensation and career opportunities. Yet, the study, "2017 State of the Modern Developer," also reports that a majority of developers are aggravated by the inclination of managers to make key decisions without understanding the IT... Read More >

 
 
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