Sandra Gittlen

Revamping your insider threat program

Quitting time: How to make a graceful exit

One in four U.S. tech workers is in job-hunting mode, according to IT employment research.

Whittle down application sprawl

When it comes to shutting down out-of-date, risky or unnecessary applications, James Gordon, vice president of technology and operations at Needham Bank, doesn't mess around.

How IT found savings by tackling (instead of cringing at) photocopiers

Say the word 'photocopier,' and most IT leaders have visions of skilled workers wasting time undoing paper jams. But for Karl Collins, vice president of technical services and infrastructure at SavaSeniorCare, IT's newfound ownership...

How to promote harmony between marketing and IT

Want to promote harmony between marketing and IT? Try these steps.

Why IT and marketing should go out for coffee (or something stronger)

Sophisticated marketing initiatives that rely heavily on analytics and back-end systems integration are inspiring IT and marketing pros to collaborate more closely.

Hotspot 2.0 promises to redefine the Wi-Fi experience

In an ideal world, mobile workers would be able to automatically log in to secure, ubiquitously available Wi-Fi hotspots for high-speed access to enterprise resources rather than have to search for a local hotspot and try to log in or

Next up for WiFi

Wi-Fi is blossoming in the enterprise, proving critical, as it is, to the agile, mobile workforce, and new technologies like gigabit Wi-Fi ensure the capabilities keep up with exploding demand. We assess the developments and emerging...

We can see you now: 8 Skype interview no-nos

From keeping the family out of the picture to remembering not to text while on-camera live, we highlight some don'ts that if avoided might help you land a job.

Analytics boost social marketing efforts

Big-name companies including General Electric and Best Western are maturing their social marketing programs and integrating social metrics with back-end systems.

8 classic IT hiring mistakes and how to avoid them

From writing dated, irrelevant job descriptions to accepting a less-than-ideal candidate because the work is piling up, classic hiring mistakes are just waiting to trip up managers.

Simulations in play: Real-world scenarios unfold in virtual environments

While gamification - the use of game mechanics within applications - is catching hold, simulations, which mimic real-world scenarios, are still a hot market for organizations.

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