10 IT Jobs That Will Be Done by AI
Artificial intelligence is already taking on some tasks that were previously performed by humans - but that doesn't necessarily mean you will soon be out of job.
Blockchain Moving Beyond Bitcoin
Experts expect to see the shared database technology securely managing transactions in areas ranging from real estate to digital.
7 Steps to GDPR for US Companies
The EU's GDPR impacts all companies doing business with EU citizens. Here are some important steps to take to ensure you're on the fast track to compliance.
IT Risk: Itís not 'Cyber' Ė Itís Worse
While hackers haven't put big companies out of business, there are plenty of examples of companies that failed because they were slow to respond to tech-driven market shifts.
Research Suggests New Strategies for IT Training
Giving test subjects direct instruction made them more likely to fall for phishing attacks and less likely to explore the advanced features of software. Mindfulness training had the opposite effect.
Data: Lifeblood of the Internet of Things
As computing power becomes increasingly distributed into the devices and infrastructure around us, the data generated by those devices will invariably play a larger role in our businesses and everyday lives.
IT Value: Whatís Your Story?
It's time for IT to show business leaders where IT brings value to the organization. Metrics are nice, but storytelling is better.
Overcoming Data Inequality
Businesses say they want to integrate external data with in-house data, but bias and a lack of tools stand in the way.
Who's Afraid of the Big Bad IoT?
In an atmosphere of fear about IoT security and privacy business should be aware that if an IoT project seems promising, it may be worth the risk to push on, as long as security is at the forefront.
Defining IT Leadership: You Have a Brand New Job
At Interop ITX, coming up next month, a track of more than two dozen presentations will provide valuable advice to IT executives, including pointers on how to balance technical and soft skills for their teams and themselves.