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IDG Contributor Network

Can coding boot camps fix Silicon Valley’s gender equality problem?

Science isn’t a sport where men can run faster than women, but we need solutions to help women enter the race.


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From CIO to CEO: 10 tips for taking your career to the top

CIOs turned presidents and CEOs discuss their rise to the top and offer insights for IT leaders considering similar leaps.


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IDG Contributor Network

Don’t become a digital transformation horror story: Implement solid risk management

The only way to eliminate risk entirely is to do nothing at all, which of course brings its own risks to the business.


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IDG Contributor Network

5 cybersecurity jobs with the highest salaries in 2019

Why cybersecurity is one of the highest paid specialization areas in tech…and the five highest paid cybersecurity roles for 2019.


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IDG Contributor Network

Is it time for consumer data go mainstream in healthcare?

Enterprises value demographic and lifestyle data on consumers more than any other form of data. Consumer data use in healthcare enterprises must overcome a few challenges first.


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4 critical roles for agile success

Agile may provide the biggest competitive advantage companies can have in a digital age. Here are the crucial roles to fill when fielding your agile teams.


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Making the shift to a startup mentality

For enterprises seeking an innovative edge, a startup’s approach can reap dividends. But the road to change is challenging and not for every organization.


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IDG Contributor Network

Learning to harness complexity

Increasing complexity is part of the natural order. Instead of fighting it, we should learn to take advantage of it.


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IDG Contributor Network

CIOs remain cautious on AI experiments and investments

Recent surveys suggest CIOs are slow to invest in artificial intelligence, but lagging in too many cultural, data and technology prerequisites may put many their businesses at risk


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Infor CEO: Our IPO will take us to the next level

This scrappy provider of cloud ERP, CRM, HR, and vertical software believes its IPO will raise its profile and market share by a magnitude. Infor CEO Charles Phillips lays out the game plan in an exclusive interview.


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13 signs your software project may be doomed

Software projects can get derailed before you know it. Here are the subtle warning signs that your latest app dev initiative isn’t going quite as well as it seems.


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The Digital CIO

Revenue management can help maximize digital transformation investments

A recent state of revenue survey from Model N links revenue management to digital transformation success.


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IDG Contributor Network

UK ‘Online Harms White Paper’ is ambitious and takes prescriptive approach

In order for the approach to not negatively affect innovation, however, there needs to be more prioritization.


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12 ways to ruin a new hire

In a tight tech talent market, a poorly planned or executed onboarding process can quickly inspire a new hire to jump ship to another offer.


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Why LinkedIn Premium is worth the money

LinkedIn Premium doesn’t come cheap. But subscribers say the service is well worth the money, and new features and improved access to data, analytics and training could win over even the most skeptical LinkedIn user.