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March 20, 2013  3:42 PM

Samsung Galaxy S4 launch patronizes women in technology



Posted by: Emily McLaughlin
Bring your own device, BYOD, Chief information officer, CIO careers, CIO Careers and Staffing, CIO Jobs, CIO salary and careers survey, IT staff development, IT workers of the future, jobs, Leadership, Leadership and Strategy, mobile application development, mobile applications, mobile devices, mobile technology, mobile tools, mobility, Samsung, Samsung S4

One step forward, two steps back for women in technology? Just when women in tech seem to be breaking through IT leadership glass ceilings and making strides towards equality on the consumer end of technology, Samsung goes and gets all sexist with its Samsung Galaxy S4 launch.  IT leaders like...

August 13, 2012  5:59 PM

Is the social media revolution about to declare a cease fire?



Posted by: Wendy Schuchart
consumerization, corporate culture, Facebook, Hacking, IT staff development, IT staff development and retention, IT training and certification, IT workers of the future, Recruitment tips, smartphones, social media, Staffing, technology trends, women in IT

Are you tired of chasing the social media revolution? Do you wonder how Google manages to gain such fierce employee loyalty? We are too, so we've chased answers to these questions and more in our weekly blog roundup. This week, we're looking at innovation from a government perspective, tips on how...


May 17, 2012  4:40 PM

Recruitment tips for finding talented Millennials



Posted by: Sarah Blanchette
IT staff development, IT staff development and retention, IT training and certification, IT workers of the future, Millennials, Recruitment tips, Staffing

Millennials (sometimes called Generation Y) are in high demand, especially in the


May 3, 2012  4:39 PM

Practical lessons in workplace culture from Google and Facebook



Posted by: Wendy Schuchart
CIO Careers and Staffing, Evernote, Facebook, Google, IT staff development, IT staff development and retention, work/life balance, worker satisfaction, workplace culture

When it comes to retaining your IT talent, it's about more than benefits and job security -- workplace culture matters too. It's the intangible (and sometimes tangible) practical lessons in keeping your IT talent happy that make the difference. For instance, Phil Libin, CEO of


April 2, 2012  5:04 PM

Where are the successful women in business leadership?



Posted by: Wendy Schuchart
Amazon, big data, business continuity planning, data breach, data security, Facebook, Hacking, IBM, IT staff development, IT staff development and retention, Millennials, social media, social media tools, Staffing, Steve Jobs, women in IT

Each week, we scour the Web looking for the choicest cuts of the blogosphere. This week, we're taking a look at the illusive Millennial-generation traits that lead to a quest for more "me time" while the generation's women are experiencing job burnout. Richard Branson asks why there aren't more...


February 24, 2012  10:45 AM

CIO survey shows executives satisfied with their jobs — for now



Posted by: Sarah Blanchette
CIO and IT salaries, CIO Careers and Staffing, CIO Jobs, CIO salary and careers survey, IT staff development, IT staff development and retention

Most midmarket IT executives don't see themselves job hunting anytime in the near future. According to a


October 26, 2011  8:00 PM

Generation Y and technology: Till death do us part



Posted by: Lmartinek
IT staff development, mobile devices

They're here. No, I'm not talking about ghosts. I'm talking about the new generation. Generation Y, a group also known as


October 7, 2011  1:59 PM

How employees’ perceptions make the difference



Posted by: Wendy Schuchart
CIO and IT salaries, CIO Careers and Staffing, CIO salary and careers survey, employee perceptions, IT jobs, IT staff development, job satisfaction

I've been thinking a lot about the nontangible things that drive employee perceptions of a company and how they connect to job satisfaction. For instance, I have a friend who stayed at a low-paying, high-stress tech job because his boss took him out to lunch every Friday at a wood-paneled fancy...


April 1, 2011  3:32 PM

Are aging Baby Boomers taking your IT wisdom with them in retirement?



Posted by: Wendy Schuchart
Baby Boomers, CIO careers, IT staff development, Leadership and Strategy, Staffing

Last week, The Wall Street Journal reported that retiring Baby Boomers will leave a record number of jobs open when they retire -- by the time 2018 rolls around, we'll be looking at a...


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