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IT staff development and retention

  • June 14, 2006 14 Jun'06

    CIOs: MBA worth the effort, but doesn't guarantee IT stardom

    Midmarket CIOs at the CIO Decisions Conference last week in Carlsbad, Calif., weigh in on the issue of whether you need an MBA to succeed in IT these days. The verdict: It's nice, but not critical for the job. Upward mobility is another matter.

  • June 13, 2006 13 Jun'06

    Honesty holds CIO's team together during buyout

    Why honesty is the best policy: Advice from a CIO who held his team together when a billion dollar company came courting.

  • June 08, 2006 08 Jun'06

    Forget skill sets, find yourself a board to sit on

    Will you be a CIO in five years? Do you want to be? Whatever your direction, you've got to have a plan and it must include at least two things: business skills and experience serving on the board of other companies.

  • May 17, 2006 17 May'06

    For students with 'learnability,' a future in IT via India

    Add the Indian IT powerhouse Infosys to the list of companies recruiting at American colleges this year. The fast-growing company sees a diverse workforce as its future. Some American students see a passage to India as a passport to a better job ...

  • May 15, 2006 15 May'06

    IBM's new storage device offers SMBs high-bandwidth option

    IBM's System Storage DS4700 Express offers small and medium-sized businesses with high-bandwidth needs an affordable solution, but companies should work with resellers to get the most out of their purchase.

  • May 04, 2006 04 May'06

    IT certification losing luster

    A pair of recent surveys provides evidence that employers are putting more of a premium on knowledge and experience than certification.

  • May 03, 2006 03 May'06

    New mainframe offers SMBs the chance to 'grow up'

    With the z9 Business Class, small and medium-size businesses can have the power, security and reliability of a mainframe at an affordable price. Are they ready for it?

  • April 19, 2006 19 Apr'06

    CIOs find respect (and money) retain top workers

    As the demand for highly skilled tech workers intensifies, CIOs might be tempted to try creative tactics to keep them. But experts say a little respect (and more money) goes a long way.

  • April 05, 2006 05 Apr'06

    Portable storage devices invite big problems

    As mobile devices become smaller, cheaper and more portable, the dangers of portable storage threats increase.

  • February 09, 2006 09 Feb'06

    Three reasons to recruit an ethics officer

    Ethics officers can help CIOs navigate the rising tide of compliance regulations. Find out how to make your case for one.

  • January 30, 2006 30 Jan'06

    CIO report: Security pros must learn exec lingo

    Want the top brass to support your security initiatives? Just like CIOs, security chiefs need to learn a language CEOs can understand.

  • January 22, 2006 22 Jan'06

    CIO project expert: No pets, no strays

    Successful project management relies on trimming your list -- and making sure pet projects aren't wasting resources.

  • January 18, 2006 18 Jan'06

    CIO alert: Watch out for project management stresses

    What dooms a project? Users stressed out by change and by time spent away from their day jobs. Our project management expert tells you how to avoid trouble.

  • January 04, 2006 04 Jan'06

    IT workers should expand skill sets in '06

    This year's job market means that IT professionals should acquire business skills -- and look beyond the basics.

  • December 08, 2005 08 Dec'05

    Microsoft, SIM, Monster -- big geeks on campus

    Microsoft and the Society for Information Management (SIM) are teaming up to sell IT as a career route on college campuses -- where technology majors are scarce.

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