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  • The 11 biggest issues IT faces today

    From securing IoT to retraining IT talent to finding new revenue streams, CIOs have more than their share of concerns keeping them up at night

    Written by Paul Heltzel18 Feb. 19 07:42
  • Traps that can derail your career

    When you take on a new CIO role you expect to succeed. You’ve climbed the rungs of leadership and have been vetted, tested and proven through much of your career.

    Written by De'Onn Griffin30 May 18 14:53
  • Tapping into the positive side of change resistance

    If you want to be a leader in and out of your organisation, then you have to address the change resistance working against the success of the IT you are responsible for.

    Written by Bard Papegaaij07 Sept. 16 08:00
  • In Pictures: 15 non-certified IT skills growing in demand

    Whether you're a senior IT executive evaluating staffing needs and preparing budgets or an IT pro deciding where to invest your time to gain new skills, knowing what technologies are in demand should be a key part of your strategy.

    Written by Rich Hein19 Feb. 14 08:29
  • Zeroing in on the hottest IT skills in the next 5 years

    Want to lock in some job security in IT over the next five years? Then make sure you're poised to move into cloud computing or mobile application development. That's where the IT jobs are expected to be, according to 2000 IT professionals recently surveyed by IBM.
    IBM's annual global Tech Trends survey identified cloud computing and mobile application development as the hottest tech trends and most sought-after IT skills for the next five years. An overwhelming majority of survey respondents (91 percent) expect cloud computing to overtake on-premise computing as the primary IT delivery model by 2015. More than half (55 percent) of survey respondents believe that in the same amount of time, the need to develop applications for mobile devices (such as Android, iPhone, iPad and PlayBook) will far surpass the need to develop software for traditional PCs and servers. These trends will impact IT jobs and the skills needed to do them.

    Written by Meridith Levinson11 Oct. 10 22:00