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10 project management myths to avoid

Don’t let your projects fall prey to the unnecessary confusion, uncertainty, and harm that can result from these all-too-commonly held project management misconceptions.

Automation engineer: A growing role to address IT automation

Companies are starting to automate business, IT and development processes, and they’re looking for IT automation engineers to help develop, test and implement automation technology.

Hiring for diversity: 9 ways to retool your process

If you want a diverse team, you need to look different. This means changing both the way you search and the way you appear.

Google makes good on promise to remove some Symantec PKI certificates

If you get this digital certificate error using Chrome, then Google now considers that website's Symantec PKI certificate untrustworthy.

Leadership & Careers

Leadership & Careers deals with the the knowledge base needed by IT leadership for employee management, data management and tips for agile development within the organization. 

Digital disruption to add 1.4M new IT jobs in India by 2027: Study

Job roles like social media administrator, machine learning designer, and IoT designer to be among the most in-demand job roles in the coming years.

Aruba rolls out AI-powered mobility solutions

The new wireless access points support the latest Wi-Fi standard and are the first to be WFA certified for the new WPA3 and Enhanced Open security standards.

Top 10 data science master’s degree programs

Thinking about getting your master’s degree in data science? Here are ten of the top schools with data science degrees worth pursuing.

CAPM certification guide: Certified Associate Project Manager exam explained

The Certified Associate Project Manager (CAPM) certification is a great starting point for those new to project management and wanting to accelerate their career. Here is everything you need to know about this certification.

TCS faces lawsuit over alleged discrimination against US employees

Kotchen & Low LLP, the law firm representing the plaintiffs in the TCS lawsuit is also reportedly suing other outsourcing companies on grounds of alleged bias for South Asian workers in their recruitment process.