10 Hot IT Job Skills for 2021
For the first time in decades, some IT titles are experiencing a salary decline -- so be sure you have these high-demand skills.
Data in Motion Drives Enterprise Change
Data in motion involves several different situations that might require different architectures, applications and management techniques. Here's what you need to know.
Overcoming the IoT Security Skills Gap
While the tech industry is currently challenged by an IoT skills gap, there are steps that companies and leaders can take to minimize these issues and drive change.
Will Contact-Tracing Apps Win the Battle?
There are weaknesses and obstacles in the way, but in lieu of a vaccine and widespread testing for COVID-19, contact-tracing apps might be at least a useful interim tactic.
Getting Up to Speed on 5G
The 5G rollout is underway. How will this next-generation wireless technology impact you and your organization? -- Network Computing
5 Key Trends Enterprises Must Address in 2020
It's become tougher to be a technology customer in the wake of privacy scandals and ethical problems. Here are 5 key trends enterprises must address for 2020, according to Accenture.
Reflections on Tech in 2019
We look at 2019's most popular content on InformationWeek and put perspective around the technology areas that took off in terms of innovation and adoption.
What Digital Transformation Is (And Isn't)
If you're confused about what digital transformation means, you're not alone. But survey data highlights some agreement about how it's changing the way companies do business.
Enterprise Guide to Edge Computing
Here's a collection of information to help IT leaders and professionals learn more about edge computing and use cases for their enterprise organizations.
Imagine a World Without Wires
Will 'charging' become as foreign as going to the phone booth? The next decade filled with AI and other emerging technologies will show us the answer.
View from the Edge: Clear or Cloudy?
Organizations across industries are extending their infrastructures outward to enable IoT, but not all of them are able to use data as well as they'd hoped.
Why IoT Development is Heading to Agile
Applying legacy software development approaches to IoT projects is inefficient and counterproductive. For a growing number of organizations, Agile is the answer.