• November 30, 2015 30 Nov'15

    Waterfall-to-Agile transition: Five tips from Bose

    Audio equipment maker Bose's CIO plus members of the development team offer up five tips for making the move from the Waterfall development methodology to Agile.

  • November 30, 2015 30 Nov'15

    I, robot, self-replicate -- therefore I am?

    I've been thinking about purpose lately -- specifically, about what having purpose means to human beings. Many of us would say our purpose is to be a good father or mother or daughter. We'd say our ...

  • November 25, 2015 25 Nov'15

    Technology, people issues can set back your private cloud journey

    Choosing the right technology for your private cloud is no doubt crucial -- there are incompatibility issues and the threat of creeping complexity -- but finding the right people for your cloud ...

  • November 25, 2015 25 Nov'15

    Between private cloud heaven and hell

    When Alan Waite first started talking about the difficulty of private cloud computing, he likened what could go wrong to the nine circles of hell in Dante Alighieri's Inferno, the 14th-century work ...

  • November 25, 2015 25 Nov'15

    TechTarget's 2015 salary survey results; the difficulties of organizational agility

    The results from TechTarget’s 2015 Annual IT Salary and Careers Survey are in! SearchCIO members broke down the numbers and got reactions from CIOs and IT executives: First, Editorial Director Sue ...

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  • November 25, 2015 25 Nov'15

    For CIOs, big data conversations shift to IoT

    The big data conversations among CIOs and senior IT leaders are starting to shift to the Internet of Things, according to Jill Dyche, vice president of best practices at SAS Institute Inc. "I still ...

  • November 24, 2015 24 Nov'15

    CIOs make security a priority for 2016, but not privacy

    TechTarget's 2015 Annual Salary and Careers Survey results provided another reminder that while security is a high priority for CIOs and senior IT leaders, privacy is not. When asked to select ...

  • November 24, 2015 24 Nov'15

    2015 IT salary survey highlights differences in pay by IT role

    Our 2015 IT salaries survey reveals the average pay for IT pros in the U.S., broken down by role and region of the country, job aspirations, optimism levels, and key tech projects.

  • November 24, 2015 24 Nov'15

    Executive pay for senior IT leaders stable in 2015, amid big changes

    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.

  • November 24, 2015 24 Nov'15

    2015 salary survey: IT budgets rise for two-fifths of senior IT leaders

    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.

  • November 24, 2015 24 Nov'15

    Security is the common theme in 2016 top IT projects

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

  • November 24, 2015 24 Nov'15

    IT job satisfaction, IT leader aspirations on the upswing in 2015

    Technology executives have a rosier outlook on their careers, according to TechTarget’s 2015 Annual IT Salary and Careers Survey.

  • November 20, 2015 20 Nov'15

    Google unveils app streaming; business lessons from blackjack

    Google's new app-streaming feature is taking deep linking even further, seeking to improve the mobile experience of users reluctant to download apps. But what does it mean for developers? In this ...

  • November 20, 2015 20 Nov'15

    Google fortifies search dominance with mobile app streaming

    Google's new app streaming feature takes mobile deep linking to the next level. Is this good or bad news for developers? Also in SearchLight: Encryption is back in the spotlight following Paris attacks; the Word of the Year is an emoji.

  • November 18, 2015 18 Nov'15

    Data-driven decisions win in blackjack -- and in business

    Still debating the merits of gut feel vs. data-driven decisions? Take a page from Jeff Ma's book, which tells how he used data to win millions at blackjack.