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Cybersecurity

A year later, Ellison apologizes for standing up his customers

The Oracle executive missed a keynote a year earlier to attend a boat race

crowdsourcing

Flywheels, Crowdsourcing, and a New Office of the CTO

John Marcante, CIO and Managing Director of Vanguard, on communication IT strategy and driving innovation

Slideshow: 6 Key Attributes of CAOs [Chief Analytics Officers]

Chief Analytics Officer: The Ultimate Big Data Job?

As organizations seek to not simply corral data, but apply it strategically across the business, analytics experts are making their way into the C-suite.

Talent compass pointing to the most highly skilled
Q&A

Pharma CIO Taps Into the Silicon Valley Talent Pool

AstraZeneca's global talent network includes a new center designed to recruit 'tech brains' from the Bay Area.

cloud women

Intel Encourages Women to Pursue Cloud Training

Aiming to make cloud computing and DevOps training more accessible to women, Intel is sponsoring the IC3 Cloud Scholars program.

General Motors Puts First Cybersecurity Chief in the Seat

As automated driving looms, security gets more complex

hot certifications

IT Skills That Are In Demand, and Those That Will Be

IT professionals seeking certifications in the coming months may get their best return with cloud and security-related certifications. Agile-related training won’t hurt, either.

internet of things

Internet of Things Prompts IT to Borrow Startup Strategy

Whirlpool staffs like a startup for big IoT projects, asking IT, R&D, marketing and engineering to collaborate.

Symantec names Michael Brown as new CEO

The company is trying to reverse a decline with the slide of the PC market

Post recession, tech workers prefer working at midsize companies, survey finds

An IT professional's ideal work environment is influenced by their age and financial obligations, among other factors

it leaders from marketing

IT Leaders Aren't All Coming From Tech

Today's IT leadership looks a lot different than in years past. Many are climbing the ladder from marketing, sales and other departments.

Growing startup scene, employer loyalty lure tech talent to Midwest companies

Midwest companies are opening downtown offices to combat perceptions that innovation is limited to the coasts

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Developing Blended Executives

John Marcante, CIO and Managing Director of Vanguard, takes a multi-faceted approach to leadership development

conflict workplace

Is Conflict the Secret to a Successful Business?

Conflict in the workplace is inevitable. Don't fight it. If handled correctly, conflict can actually lead to happier, more engaged employees -- and that translates into a better business.

Social networks

Do’s and Don’ts of Using Social Media in Your Job Search

With the economy improving, IT jobs are becoming more plentiful. And that means tech professionals – even those who are happily employed – are looking around to see what’s available out there in the job market.

job interview

Career Advice: ‘Retired’ Just Looks Wrong on a Résumé

Premier 100 IT Leader Michael Macrie also answers questions on the merits of getting a bachelor’s degree later in life and the pros and cons of working for the government.

jobs

Why CSO Pay is Too Low in San Francisco, New York

Among six major U.S. cities, CSOs are paid the most in San Francisco and New York, but factoring in the cost of living makes Denver and Chicago the best bang-for-the-buck places.

Larry Ellison's best zingers: a look back

Ellison stepped down as Oracle's CEO on Thursday. Here's a look back at some of his choice quotes

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