Software: Page 2


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    How The New York Times serves employees through a curated SaaS tool menu

    The media company spun up a dedicated team to manage and support workers as enterprise tool use exploded post-pandemic.

    By Oct. 27, 2022
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    ServiceNow rethinks who is a tech worker in training spree

    With the aim of training 1 million people by 2024, the plan focuses on lowering barriers to learning, expanding opportunities and placing newly skilled workers in jobs.

    By Oct. 26, 2022
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    Digital transformation

    Digital transformation goes beyond technology — if companies want to engage in a new era of technology, they must rethink how work is done too.

    By CIO Dive staff
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    Managed service providers are here to save the hybrid cloud

    AWS, Google and Microsoft are pitching an interoperable cloud world. But they cannot realize their designs without MSPs like Kyndryl. 

    By Oct. 26, 2022
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    How much of your IT spend is wasted?

    SaaS, cloud and vendor use rights have muddied the IT asset management waters, making it difficult for CIOs to account for software spending.

    By Oct. 26, 2022
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    Don’t forget about mobile apps

    Deprioritizing mobile app development comes at a cost when they’re proven to increase conversion rates and keep customers happy.

    By Oct. 25, 2022
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    Is enterprise IT recession proof?

    Companies will spend more on cloud, software and IT services next year, with total IT spending up 5.1%, Gartner says.

    By Oct. 19, 2022
  • How chicken chain Raising Cane’s scaled and modernized

    The leadership at Raising Cane’s knew that in order to keep growing successfully, they would need to ditch paper processes and legacy systems.

    By Oct. 19, 2022
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    3 areas for IT leaders to prioritize in 2023

    Leaders are concerned about a financial downturn, Gartner research shows. But the right strategies can help put sustainable growth on overdrive.

    By Oct. 17, 2022
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    Inflation pushes finance chiefs’ digital investments

    Digital transformation is a rising priority for finance executives. 1 in 3 are ready for aggressive tech investments to outstrip competitors.

    By Grace Noto • Oct. 17, 2022
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    AI software spending set to nearly double by 2025: Forrester

    Global spending on the software category will reach $64 billion in the next three years, up from $33 billion in 2021, the analyst firm expects.

    By Oct. 14, 2022
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    Goodbye Office: Microsoft 365 takes over as marquee product in rebrand

    Consider this the end of the Office era and a hallmark of the technology giant's pivot to SaaS.

    By Oct. 13, 2022
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    Zoom renewal cycles, limited customer spending to test its growth

    Once a pandemic stock darling, Zoom now has to navigate growth deceleration and a shifting customer base, a J.P. Morgan research note says.

    By Oct. 11, 2022
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    Silicon Valley Bank: IT spend on software to jump 18% by 2024

    In a SaaS market full of vendors, the largest players have the most power.

    By Oct. 11, 2022
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    Hyperscale vs. multicloud: The fight for cloud control

    Large providers are better equipped to weather economic downturn than independent SaaS vendors — but multicloud strategies also rely on infrastructure software companies.

    By Oct. 10, 2022
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    Platform teams central to DevOp success, Forrester says

    More than three-quarters of high-performing organizations are adopting platform teams, multidisciplinary groups focused on internal end-users.

    By Oct. 7, 2022
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    Multifactor authentication is not all it’s cracked up to be

    MFA is only as strong as the weakest link in the supply chain — and the resilience of each individual using it.

    By Matt Kapko • Oct. 6, 2022
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    Nordstrom’s tech chief to step down this month

    As chief technology and information officer, Edmond Mesrobian has spent the last four years overhauling the retailer’s data capabilities.

    By Daphne Howland • Oct. 6, 2022
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    Businesses can lose up to $1.3M a year on inefficient processes, report says

    In organizations with mostly manual, paper-based workflows, the greatest impediment to automating tasks was a commitment to the status quo.

    By Oct. 5, 2022
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    Security to take an outsized role in IT spending in 2023

    Modernization has taught companies that cyber spend is a smart investment.

    By Oct. 4, 2022
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    Technical interviews have a bad reputation. Can new frameworks help?

    CoderPad is rethinking the technical interview with custom frameworks that let employers assess technical skills that developers and engineers will need daily.

    By Sept. 30, 2022
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    Organizations rapidly shift tactics to secure the software supply chain

    Synopsys data shows rapid increases in automation and use of SBOMs among software producers and other organizations.

    By David Jones • Sept. 22, 2022
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    Updates can spell trouble for IT. What to consider with Windows 11 — and beyond

    For tech departments, an update is more than just a push-to-start procedure. IT professionals must ensure updates are not a hindrance to the business.

    By Sept. 21, 2022
  • A visitor looks at new laptop computers on display at the Lenovo stand at the 2019 IFA home electronics and appliances trade fair on September 06, 2019 in Berlin, Germany.
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    The CIO-CTO bridge: How Lenovo is reshaping its leadership structure

    Lenovo is leveraging in-house tech expertise to grow its enterprise software division — and blurring the lines between CIO and CTO in the process.

    By Sept. 21, 2022
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    IT’s fiercest foe: user expectations from consumer-facing technology

    The digital user experience lets people easily navigate new tech, leading employees to wonder why workplace tech isn’t as simple to use.

    By Sept. 20, 2022
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    White House guidance on third-party software tests cyber risk strategy

    The U.S. hopes that pushing software makers toward minimum security standards for federal use, a new baseline strategy will emerge industrywide.

    By David Jones • Sept. 19, 2022