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    How the pay ranges of 3 software engineering positions line up

    CIO Dive analyzed job postings for full stack software engineers from Capital One, American Express and JPMorgan Chase. Here’s how they compare to what the recruiting sector expects. 

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    Cybercriminals strike understaffed organizations on weekends and holidays

    Organizations are short-staffed on holidays and weekends, even though that's when attackers are likely to strike, Cybereason research found.

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    Companies lose surprising number of devices when employees leave

    Half of companies polled by research firm YouGov say they’ve lost track of technology assets when workers leave, creating security risks.

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    In-office meeting rooms are changing — and there’s no going back

    More technology adoption is coming to conference rooms, with businesses emphasizing advanced video and audio equipment to support a hybrid world.

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    The CIO holiday wishlist for 2022

    With thousands of options, finding the right present can be hard. But there is something every CIO or tech leader will love in this year’s holiday guide.

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    The tech worker shortage is hitting local governments hard. Here’s what some are doing about it.

    Cities are updating job descriptions, increasing flexibility, investing in workforce development and partnering with universities to stem the tech talent shortage.

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    Amazon CEO signals more layoffs to come in 2023

    After announcing job cuts this week, Andy Jassy said the company would eliminate more roles, including in its team devoted to stores.

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    Tech sector execs see potential recession as a business opportunity

    Technology company leaders are preparing for economic downturn by investing selectively in workforce and new technologies, according to EY survey.

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    Ticketmaster blames demand and bots for site issues during the Taylor Swift presale

    Call it a glitch. Based on traffic volume, Swift would have needed to perform over 900 stadium shows for every fan to get a ticket, the company said.

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    5 stories that show the shifts in the collaboration market

    Decision makers took from providers what tools they needed, consolidating usage where possible and shaping the collaboration market in the process.

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    5 executives share their 2023 tech budget priorities

    Projecting investments in a turbulent economy is a tall order. Here's what tech leaders from ServiceNow, Intuit, Zillow and other organizations are prioritizing.

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    How Liberty Mutual saved 20% on cloud costs

    Tagging and automation lead the drive to cut wasted spend for the sixth largest property and casualty insurer.

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    McDonald’s to launch cybersecurity apprenticeship program

    The restaurant chain's initiative is among nearly 200 registered apprenticeships programs approved or under development as part of the White House's Cybersecurity Apprenticeship Sprint.

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    The top technology conferences to attend in 2023

    From leadership to cloud and software events, here are some of the must-attend conferences for technology leaders next year.

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    5 ways to cut waste in cloud spending: McKinsey

    Companies will likely grow cloud budgets by more than 20% next year even as they waste up to one-third of spending, analyst firms say.

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    Ticketmaster knew Taylor Swift fans were coming. Why did its site still go down?

    The ticket distribution company said it was experiencing "unprecedented demand." For IT staff, it's a lesson in capacity planning.

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    Northwestern responds to tech sector layoffs by easing MBA admissions

    The Kellogg School of Management is waiving the GMAT requirement for laid-off IT workers.

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    Face it, password policies and managers are not protecting users

    Passwords haven’t worked as a solid security strategy in a long time. The policies are there, so why are passwords security’s weak spot?

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    The tech workforce isn’t budging on remote work

    As salary increases reach their limit, Dice research shows in-demand IT pros prioritize flexibility, workplace culture and company brand.

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    Gut check: There’s a difference between layoffs in tech and tech-sector layoffs

    Despite chaos at Twitter, high-profile hiring freezes and cuts at the largest tech companies, hiring tech workers still proves difficult.

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    Why one CIO is a proponent of executive coaching, therapy and C-suite authenticity

    Twenty years into his career, Edward Wagoner, CIO, Digital of JLL Technologies, went through executive coaching, an experience that changed how he felt about himself and his work.

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    Microsoft unveils ‘Supply Chain Center’ with Kraft Heinz, Daimler among customers

    The tech company is integrating its supply chain offerings into a single package that helps connect ERPs and other supply chain solutions.

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    Businesses can soon buy GitHub’s AI coding tool

    The company plans to sell its AI-infused coding assistant on a per-seat basis.

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    How to manage IT spend and navigate vendor negotiations

    The last thing companies want to do is slow the hard-won transformation momentum from recent years. Here are six examples of strategies for IT leaders to know. 

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    No, your CEO is not texting you

    Everyone wants to stay on good terms with their employer. Threat actors know this too and exploit this weakness accordingly. Don’t fall for it.