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IT executive pay flat in 2015, amid rising expectations

As senior IT leaders sought to adapt IT strategies to a rapidly changing, digitally connected marketplace, one thing that didn't change in 2015 was their pay.


Salary survey: What happened to IT budgets, headcounts in 2015

According to TechTarget's 2015 IT salary survey, a majority of senior IT executives said their IT budget and headcount either grew or remained stable this year.

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As robots begin their rise, rise to the occasion

Robots are on track to be faster and smarter than humans -- someday they'll be as creative, too, says robotics engineer Hod Lipson. Now is the time to prepare.


Rogue IT drives security ever higher on CIO agendas

TechTarget's 2015 Annual Salary and Careers Survey results reveal how CIOs and senior IT leaders are coming to terms with shadow IT.

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