The U.S. Forest Service deploys a mobile map application for firefighters and emergency responders to use in the field and for tactical planning.
Vendor lock-in is a treacherous shackle that restrains most enterprises’ IT systems, thereby restricting business growth. Read on to know how the ITC Hotel Group found a way to break this shackle.
Your next great IT hire already works for your organization. Here's how to discover hidden IT gems.
Changing jobs is one of the most traumatic professional experiences of your life. Throughout the hiring process you are being evaluated. However, it shouldn't be a one-way street.
Job hunters, take note: Companies are seeking IT pros who can speak tech and business with equal ease.
These six dashboards help IT executives make key decisions by putting data from a variety of enterprise applications and services at a CIO's fingertips so he or she can better manage employees, website activity, development projects and more.
Looking to learn a new skill? We have a few tips to help amateur coders get started on writing their own sites and Web apps.
Bask Iyer, SVP and CIO, Juniper Networks, talks about the challenges of working with extremely tech-savvy employees spread across 46 countries, and ways to tackle them.
"CIOs must conduct self-assessment tests to gauge their skills for their current and future roles," says Srinibash Sahoo, SVP and head-technology, DSP BlackRock Investment Managers.
Andy Karandikar from Red Hat, the Opensource products organization, talks on how Linux certifications are becoming ever more relevant in strengthening IT's increasingly strategic role in the enterprise.
Companies in search of workers with the most sought-after IT skills may be better off investing in training programs for current workers than hiring new employees, according to IDC
When a job offer arrives, a majority of tech pros accept it without asking for more pay, according to Dice.com.
Intel has named Brian Krzanich as its next CEO, succeeding Paul Otellini, who will officially hand over the reins of the chip giant at the company's annual stockholders' meeting on May 16.
The message we're missing is that we need to master more than one way of listening and recognize which mode is best in a particular situation.
Adjusting to a world gone digital--and to demanding customers gone viral--is very serious business across nearly every industry today. So it's no wonder some CEOs are scooting another chair up to the boardroom table for the new chief digital officer (CDO).
In today's profit-aggressive business landscape, the arrival of a replacement CEO part way through your CIO tenure is a not uncommon possibility.
While the overall job market may still be difficult, it's generally better for those with technology skills. Even so, recruiters and hiring managers say some skillsets are a lower priority than others for their clients and companies. Here are the skillsets they say are the lowest priority in 2013.
Make no mistake about it: There's a massive difference between what employers say and what they actually mean
From Apple, to Symantec and Anonymous, lots of people, companies and groups influence the IT security world.