Communications between IT teams and cybersecurity teams leave room for improvement at some enterprises, according to a new survey report. Here are some of the other findings of a new survey of ITOps and Cybersecurity pros.
Tired of remembering multiple words you created six months ago with at least 8 characters, one capital letter, one number, and a special character? The move toward passwordless authentication is getting closer.
How does your salary stack up to what other IT pros are earning? How does what you are paying your top talent compare to the offers they are likely to get out there in the job market? What else do your employees appreciate about their jobs?
Walmart Global Tech, the technology organization within the retail giant, says it will hire 5,000 tech pros in cybersecurity, software engineering, data science, and other specialities in 2022 after growing its numbers by 26% last year.
Amazon more than doubled its pay cap for tech and corporate workers to $360K a year. Here's what it means and how smaller companies can compete for skilled talent against the high compensation offered by tech giants like Amazon, Google, and Microsoft.
According to new jobs report, tech workers were among the beneficiaries of a hot US job market that saw strong national growth of 467,000 jobs in January and an unemployment rate of just 4%. Here's a drill down to what those numbers meant for IT workers.
Will bosses be eliminated? Will Africa become the new India? Will enterprises stop trying to collect so much consumer information? These are among the many topics addressed by Gartner's most recent Top Predictions list.
The lack of skilled IT workers is hurting the deployment of emerging technology, according to a new survey from Gartner. In areas from cloud to cybersecurity, this crisis is expected to last for years to come.