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    AWS CEO stresses the core elements of cloud security

    Adam Selipsky described security as a prerequisite for organizations to trust cloud infrastructure. And for that, he claimed, AWS is the best in the game.

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    Salesforce customers closely scrutinize software spend

    The company also announced Wednesday Bret Taylor will be stepping down, marking Salesforce's second co-CEO departure since 2020. 

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    IBM, AWS expand hybrid cloud partnership

    Big Blue will add four "as a Service" offerings, expanded mainframe application modernization tools and new AIOps software within AWS Marketplace.

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    Companies are bullish on digital transformation — but where should investment go?

    Choosing the right set of technologies to adopt is a top hurdle for organizations, alongside issues of talent and scale.

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    Workday, traditionally aimed at HR and finance, is going after CIOs

    The software company’s next vertical venture is aimed at technology executives.

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    Maersk, IBM to shut down blockchain joint venture TradeLens

    The tool was intended to start a supply chain “digital revolution”. But it will shutter in Q1 2023 as it failed to achieve commercial viability. 

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    Why cyberattackers love IT professionals — and how organizations can keep risk at bay

    Limiting admin access is one step toward strengthening defenses, but there are other ways to reduce vulnerabilities.

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    Microsoft, PMI partner to train students on low code skills

    Project Management Institute’s new university hub teaches college students how to create business apps using Microsoft Power Platform.

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    Tech surveillance can stave off insider threats, but employers need guardrails

    When security surveillance becomes intrusive, electronic surveillance and automated management strategies can evolve into a liability.

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    The 15 biggest CIO appointments of 2022

    From Apple to Target, CIO Dive compiled the most notable CIO appointments at the world’s leading companies this year, as well as leaders to watch in 2023.

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    How one company’s ERP adoption boosted efficiency and cut costs

    Goodbye, paper processes and dusty inventory. Adell Group needed a system with proper capabilities and easy end-user experience.

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    AWS gamifies industry cloud training

    The hyperscaler unveiled a new version of its Cloud Quest video game, tailored for financial services.

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    Informatica embeds new analytics capabilities in AWS cloud ecosystem

    Data Loader eases data intake from on-prem legacy systems, cloud and third-party application for AWS customers.

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    How CIOs can revamp the company SaaS strategy

    Infrastructure and operations leaders should proactively adopt SaaS applications, rather than retrospectively adapting to change.

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    As CIOs tighten tech spend, demand for cybersecurity services grows

    Managed service providers can help fill talent needs and tame costs, but that strategy may require additional risk mitigation.

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    Companies grapple with SaaS application management

    Many companies struggle to control app redundancy, shadow IT and complexity, Snow Software found.

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    Why some CIOs are delaying retirement

    Today’s C-suite tech leaders have enterprisewide clout, a greater budget share and critical responsibilities over business and IT operations. Finding a successor isn’t easy.

  • The Home Depot signage on a storefront entry, with a row of christmas trees in the front.
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    How Home Depot uses tech to prepare for a holiday surge

    The final stretch of the year, with its back-to-back holidays and spikes in demand, puts supply chains and IT systems to the test.

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    If young workers see their supervisor quiet quitting, they might do the same

    There’s little info out there about what happens when the boss quiet quits, a Rutgers University faculty member writes.

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    It would take a ‘catastrophic recession’ for tech spend to slow, IBM CEO says

    Technology spending will offset inflationary pressures as executives grapple with labor challenges and rising interest rates.

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    Enterprise tech’s worst-kept secret: The persistence of mainframe

    The on-prem IT workhorse remains integral as companies move to hybrid cloud. But, it too is modernizing. 

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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.