On Wednesday afternoon, March 21, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg took to his platform to address the ongoing scandal relating to illicit user data collection by Cambridge Analytica. His post came after more than $60 billion in losses, as tech writers, platform users, both houses of Congress, and members of both UK and EU Parliaments have […]
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It seems that mobile operating systems are surpassing traditional desktop applications in Internet usage market share. This can be good for users and companies alike.
Recent studies are demonstrating an enormous disconnect between what companies expect of their entry-level IT hires and the skills and experience new graduates will actually have when they transition into the workforce.
A cloud trends survey from ScienceLogic shows that cloud deployment is huge … But many IT pros feel that they don’t have the necessary skills or access to the right tools to manage this trend, and it’s putting their jobs at risk.
A survey of more than 500 C-level executives in Europe and the United States reveals that they are hopeful about the future of technology. They are also interested in automation and cite data security and client retention as top priorities.
Whether you’re looking to start hiring from the latest batch of college graduates or you’re seeking to put a new degree of your own to good use, take a look and see what technology hiring trends are on the horizon.
A new survey shows more than 8 in 10 businesses will be moving to Windows 10 by the end of this year. Security and cloud improvements seem to be the top driving factors behind this switch to the operating system (OS).
Blockchain, a distributed ledger technology, has enormous potential for organizations—at least, those organizations that can figure out how best to use it. See what the buzz is all about surrounding this technology.
Emerging tech has tremendous potential—but not a lot of CEOs see it that way. One writer argues that executives need to be more creative thinkers in optimizing the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, and 3D printing.
Everyone pretty much agrees that automation is having an impact on the workforce. However, there is much disagreement over how quickly automation is taking over and how negative of an impact it will have on employment.