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    Study: Three-quarters of digital workers are eyeing the door

    The Great Resignation has given way to what many are calling the "Great Reshuffle."

    By Emilie Shumway • Dec. 8, 2021
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    Biggest career hurdles for women in tech: equity, work-life balance

    Companies could encourage more women to enter IT by offering professional development and training opportunities, according to a report by Skillsoft. 

    By Dec. 2, 2021
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    Technology leadership during an economic crisis

    The key to success is creating a technology vision and strategy that is effective long-term and will resonate long after a crisis subsides.

    By CIO Dive staff
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    3 healthcare CIOs share top industry challenges

    Healthcare CIOs help companies maintain the quality of care, balance costs, keep critical IT infrastructure up and running and attract enough talent to meet innovation goals.

    By Nov. 29, 2021
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    US tech salaries down slightly, but the market favors candidates

    A 1.1% decrease in average salaries comes down to demand, as companies need to hire junior candidates to fill senior roles. On nearly all other fronts – especially remote work – candidates can call the shots. 

    By Brian Eastwood • Nov. 22, 2021
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    What do employees say would reduce burnout? Less work

    "Both employers and employees are near the breaking point," according to Eagle Hill Consulting's CEO.

    By Emilie Shumway • Nov. 18, 2021
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    Google.org supports training, hiring push for 8K veterans

    The initiative will connect veterans with Google certificate training and 12-week fellowships at 400 employers. 

    By Nov. 10, 2021
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    CEOs place tech execs atop list of critical C-suite members

    CIOs gained influence in the leadership sphere as technology expanded throughout the organization in the pandemic era.

    By Nov. 9, 2021
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    Hiring tech talent a 'major priority' for Chase, CIO says

    As competition heats up in the hiring space, some large banks are leveraging flexibility in the form of hybrid work schedules and larger salaries.

    By Robin Bradley • Nov. 9, 2021
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    What tech leaders are doing about the talent crisis

    As companies squabble to retain and attract top tech talent, leaders are planning to augment training and upskilling initiatives in their organizations.

    By Nov. 8, 2021
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    Hybrid work woes: FOMO is real, employees feel disconnected

    Collaboration hasn’t gotten any easier, according to an Enboarder report.

    By Caroline Colvin , Nov. 4, 2021
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    The evolving role of CIO: 5 ways to thrive in the spotlight

    Though traditionally implementers, CIOs are making decisions from a prominent seat at the table. How can CIOs best meet the role's demands?

    By Chris Fielding • Nov. 1, 2021
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    Lack of learning opportunities may drive tech workers away

    Three-quarters of employees feel their employers focus more on attracting new talent than investing in current talent, a TalentLMS survey found.

    By Kathryn Moody • Oct. 26, 2021
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    Virtual interviews cut time-to-hire, cementing role in hiring, employers say

    Employers that move efficiently through the hiring process may enjoy a recruiting edge.

    By Kate Tornone • Oct. 22, 2021
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    How CIOs can take an engineering approach to improving DEI

    Through partnerships with educational institutions and by taking a page from the engineering process, tech executives can enhance business DEI efforts.

    By Oct. 21, 2021
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    Boards look to technology to support risk taking

    As boards eagerly seek long-term growth, executives are more reluctant toward taking risks as businesses work through the talent crunch, Gartner research shows.

    By Oct. 21, 2021
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    To win, CIOs must embrace the new — borrowing from other industries

    A future-proof CIO needs to leverage playbooks from other industries, iterating on others' successes while cultivating an obsession with what's new.

    By Oct. 21, 2021
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    IT budgets to jump 3.6% in 2022, largest increase in a decade

    Businesses expect to invest more in technology, as organizations still lean on technology to navigate volatility, Gartner research shows.

    By Oct. 18, 2021
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    Albertsons to increase focus on modernizing tech under new CFO

    The grocer has considerable work ahead as it looks to move away from using outdated systems and rely more heavily on cloud-based technology. 

    By Sam Silverstein • Oct. 18, 2021
  • CISOs: Approach the board with precision, simplicity

    Executives from PepsiCo, Mandiant and Texas Children's Hospital honed the art of approaching the board. Their techniques leave stakeholders asking, "Do you need anything?"

    By Samantha Schwartz • Oct. 11, 2021
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    Gen Z wants jobs in tech, but retention questions linger

    A generation waiting in the wings. A corporate world eager to fill tech talent vacancies. Culture and compensation can make or break the deal for the rising IT talent class.

    By Oct. 8, 2021
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    IT orgs partner on apprenticeships, aiming to diversify tech pipeline

    SNS Technologies joined CompTIA Apprenticeships for Tech, an initiative to expand and diversify the information technology workforce.

    By Emilie Shumway • Oct. 6, 2021
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    The cost of career change: Workers spend time, money breaking into IT

    As the Great Resignation hits the enterprise and workers seek out job opportunities, 13% of job seekers are thinking about pivoting to IT, according to CompTIA data.

    By Oct. 4, 2021
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    Remote work is enabling a Silicon Valley exodus

    How has the tech industry's widespread embrace of working from home affected its capital?

    By Emilie Shumway • Oct. 4, 2021
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    The Water Cooler: 4 IT execs on their first incident response steps

    The first step to recovery is planning ahead. But during a crisis, how leadership prioritizes resources and actions from the get-go can determine mitigation.

    By , Oct. 1, 2021
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    Risk, operational efficiency sell IT to business leaders

    Tech leaders should be able to explain how IT investments can buy down risk, said Derek Brink, VP and research fellow at Aberdeen Strategy and Research.

    By Sept. 30, 2021