Profile of Emily JohnsonDigital Content Editor, InformationWeek
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Emily Johnson is the digital content editor for InformationWeek. Prior to this role, Emily worked within UBM America's technology group as an associate editor on their content marketing team. Emily started her career at UBM in 2011 and spent four and a half years in content and marketing roles supporting the UBM America's IT events portfolio. Emily earned her BA in English and a minor in music from the University of California, Berkeley. Follow her on Twitter @gold_em.
Articles by Emily Johnson
posted in May 2018
Defining KPIs can be a whole different ballpark when youíre in public sector IT. But even if youíre not, the takeaway from these stories can easily be applied to the private sector: Focus on the impact, the people -- the customers -- and success will follow.
[VIDEO] If you missed Interop ITX or would like to relive it, we have you covered. We've compiled 11 interviews with IT leaders and experts who attended and spoke at Interop ITX 2018, including keynote speakers Sam Ramji, VP Product Management, Google Cloud and Joe Barkai, Consultant, Speaker, Author and Blogger.
DisplayLink has introduced universal USB docking that fulfills the demanding requirements of hot-desking and other emerging digital workplace models.
According to Array Networksí Paul Andersen, network managers no longer need to choose between the high performance of dedicated appliances and the agility NFV offers to run network functions on commodity hardware.
InterOpticís Robert Coenen explains why the rules for optics procurement have changed dramatically -- and how IoT, 5G, and other technologies are driving increased implementation of optical connections.
If youíre in IT, stop saying youíre stressed, youíre busy, or youíre tired. To attract new talent, IT professionals need to engage their communities and speak about the possibilities, not just the deterrents.
Diversity and inclusion require problem identification and problem-solving, two skills that IT professionals are actually really great at.
What do you get when you mix a highly demanded talent pool with a talent shortage? Turnover.