3 important things about online presentations

3 important things about online presentations

Online presentations have unique requirements for success. Here are three important things to keep in mind as you prepare and deliver a presentation online.

10 suggestions to lead effectively during an unprecedented pandemic

10 suggestions to lead effectively during an unprecedented pandemic

Be an effective crisis leader. The world needs leadership now, and it needs it from you.

How to keep hiring and onboarding new talent while working remotely

How to keep hiring and onboarding new talent while working remotely

You can’t afford to slow down filling necessary positions when your offices are closed.

COVID-19’s impact on the enterprise and remote work

COVID-19’s impact on the enterprise and remote work

With the COVID-19 virus forcing people to stay at home, many enterprises suddenly have to support an entirely remote workforce. IDG influencers shared advice about how IT leaders can handle this new dynamic and the technology required...

5 ways to tick off a CISO

5 ways to tick off a CISO

As a venture capitalist that invests solely in seed stage cybersecurity entrepreneurs, I often ask myself what keeps CISOs up at night to inform which gaps the next round of enterprise security products needs to address.

How to get the most out of working remotely

How to get the most out of working remotely

Global teams are connecting virtually to solve complex problems, which creates more opportunities to work remotely. But how will this shift affect employees and how does gender play into it?

Fear, loathing and profits – the battle over data access and data privacy in healthcare

Fear, loathing and profits – the battle over data access and data privacy in healthcare

The proponents of data access declare it to be a fundamental right for consumers. Those who stand to profit – or lose – from open access to patient data have different points of view.

Cloud 2.0 is coming – and it’s what you thought Cloud 1.0 would be

Cloud 2.0 is coming – and it’s what you thought Cloud 1.0 would be

The cloud has changed the way we think about data management and distributed workloads. With one big gotcha. Thankfully, that’s about to change.

Organizing around the value stream

Organizing around the value stream

When working on multiple projects at once, it is hard to make good progress. If we organize around the value stream, then we can help the work to flow through our system.

Creating a new funding model for product-based IT

Creating a new funding model for product-based IT

Shifting from project-based funding to product team-based funding is a major cultural and operational change – but can result in better relationships with business partners, and less expensive, more efficient ways to deliver...

Is your patience holding you back at work?

Is your patience holding you back at work?

Patience as a virtue might have made sense in the “Father Knows Best” era, but do those rules still apply?

Enterprise security in 2020: How to keep attackers out

Enterprise security in 2020: How to keep attackers out

When every employee is part of the security equation, having a security culture that includes education, collaboration between IT operations and security teams, and security tools is essential. That was the consensus among...

The next casualty of cyberwar could be your business

The next casualty of cyberwar could be your business

We seem to live perpetually in a state of heightened alert, and companies need to ensure their security teams are prepared for a nation-state cyberattack and be able to react in a split second.

Engineering the hiring of engineers

Engineering the hiring of engineers

Engineering is much more than just writing code – it’s about improving a system. By re-engineering our hiring processes, we can bring much-needed efficiency and results to the system.

AI, automation emerge as critical tools for cybersecurity

AI, automation emerge as critical tools for cybersecurity

Organizations find new ways to relieve some of the burden on security teams while shoring up defenses.

CIOs discuss their top priorities for 2020

CIOs discuss their top priorities for 2020

At the start of this new year, CIOs are focusing on more than just technological innovations and the latest greatest app or gadget to bring into their organization. They’re turning big picture, identifying ways to seamlessly embed...

A deeper look into how technology is innovating the financial sector

A deeper look into how technology is innovating the financial sector

Banking is becoming a fundamentally digital experience, with many people banking virtually, no longer going into brick and mortar offices, and AI eliminating tellers. So how are banks reacting to this new reality? Are they embracing...

What is the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018? Influencers in the know break down the details

What is the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018? Influencers in the know break down the details

The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 is a bill intended to enhance online privacy rights and consumer protection for residents of California, United States. But the bill has national and global implications. Here’s how to...

RPA – useful for business, or more trouble than it’s worth?

RPA – useful for business, or more trouble than it’s worth?

In certain industries - or even specific departments within any enterprise organization - Robotic Process Automation can free employees from repetitive, manual tasks so they can focus on more important, higher-value work. But is it...

The promise – and potential pitfalls – of blockchain technology

The promise – and potential pitfalls – of blockchain technology

Blockchain's distributed database technology has the potential to solve a number of headaches in the enterprise. But to get to the reality of what's possible, CIOs will have to cut through a lot of hype.

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