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  • Realizing Collaboration's Potential

    Realizing Collaboration's Potential

    For the last 20 years, IT has offered new methods of collaboration and communication. Though the results have not been stellar, investment in collaboration remains high. Today we see knowledge workers provisioning their own tools.

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  • Can You Really Keep Your Top Employees?

    Can You Really Keep Your Top Employees?

    The economy is picking up. Wages are -- many experts believe – ready to rise. Companies are slowly expanding their workforces to keep up with demand. After years of too many people for too few jobs, the tide is beginning to turn.

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  • Lives in Limbo: The Challenge of On-Call Work Shifts

    Lives in Limbo: The Challenge of On-Call Work Shifts

    It’s been framed as a battle between the bottom line for retailers and quality of life for workers. At issue are so called on-call work shifts, which require employees to call in just hours before their scheduled start times to confirm whether they need to show up.

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  • Gild: We Can Help You Hire While You Sleep

    According to a recent Aberdeen report, 94 percent of company leaders say that effective hiring is key to helping them achieve their business objectives.

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  • The Surprising Scarcity of IT Security Talent

    The Surprising Scarcity of IT Security Talent

    No, it is not your imagination: good IT security help is hard to find. So says a new survey by ISACA and RSA Conference, which reports that 82 percent of organizations expect to be attacked in 2015 – yet acknowledge that they have talent pool that is largely unqualified and

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  • Discussion Point: How Can You Solve Your IT Talent Gap?

    Discussion Point: How Can You Solve Your IT Talent Gap?

    Consider it a classic Catch-22: Your company has plenty of open IT positions to fill, and too few qualified candidates to fill them. Now what do you do? By all accounts, 2015 will be a spectacular year for IT workers as the unemployment rate continues to plummet, salaries increase and

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  • What Game of Thrones Teaches You About Work

    What Game of Thrones Teaches You About Work

    How hot would it be to have your own dragons, especially if you could take those fire-breathing beasts to work? Who would dare question your judgment, your work ethic or your annoying inclination to notice gaps in strategic plans — while everyone else nodded "yes"  — with massive flying reptiles

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  • 3 Steps to Help You Wrangle Your Big Data

    Here's a sobering thought: 65 percent C-Suite executives surveyed concede they risk becoming irrelevant or uncompetitive unless they embrace big data. At least that's the conclusion of a study by CapGemini and EMC. Pratibha Vuppuluri – founder and CEO of on-demand research and analysis firm, KeyInsite – agrees.

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  • New Professional Social Network Sets Its Sights on LinkedIn

    LinkedIn gives 347 million professionals a virtual venue where they can interact, share ideas and look for new opportunities. But a new social network called Conspire  claims it has something even better: an analytics-based venue where professionals can connect more efficiently.

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  • What You Need to Know About Tech Jobs and What They Pay

    What You Need to Know About Tech Jobs and What They Pay

    There are 6,513,236 tech industry jobs in the US, provided by some 452,303 companies. The tech industry's payroll is a nice $654 billion, with the average wage clocking in at $100,355, compared to a $49,611 average private sector wage overall.

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  • Five Hot HR Tech Trends for 2015 [Infographic]

    Five Hot HR Tech Trends for 2015 [Infographic]

    Performance management, employee engagement and learning are top priorities this year for Human Resources executives, finds new research from The Starr Conspirancy Intelligence Unit and Human Resource Executive. Summed up in the infographic, Hottest HR Technology Solutions in 2015 , the survey reveals what HR executives find most important

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  • Companies Desperately Seeking IT Talent

    Companies Desperately Seeking IT Talent

    It would be a simple matter, it would seem, to hire a senior developer with Microsoft Dynamics skills. Yet, Kelly Bedrich, the director of IT for the non-profit firm APQC (the American Productivity and Quality Center), has been having difficulties filing the position. He has his theories.

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  • Do You Really Need a College Degree to Work in IT?

    Do You Really Need a College Degree to Work in IT?

    Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is known for her insistence on hiring employees with stellar college credentials. She even reportedly turned down actress Gwyneth Paltrow for an editing job with Yahoo for that reason, according to The New York Times. Paltrow is also the author of cookbooks and head of

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  • 3 Year-End Planning Tips for Stressed-Out CEOs

    3 Year-End Planning Tips for Stressed-Out CEOs

    CMSWire recently sat down with Joel Trammell, author of "The CEO Tightrope," and founder and CEO of business management software provider Khorus, to discuss strategies that CEOs and other leaders can put in place to help ease the tension that those questions inevitably create at year end.

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