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4 tips for building your executive brand on LinkedIn

LinkedIn is a key tool for establishing your brand as an executive, but is your profile having the impact you want? Here are four easy ways to strengthen your executive brand on LinkedIn.

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The Role of Predictive Technologies in Marketing

Marketing technology has changed the way marketers identify and interact with their customers and prospects. Using intent data, top marketers are using predictive technologies to spotlight their best prospects, identify the next...

Survey: Is your company a Best Place to Work in IT?

Is your company a Best Place to Work in IT? Nominations are open for Computerworld’s 2018 list: http://survey.researchresults.com/survey/selfserve/53b/s043008901?list=1

Q&A: Mainframe skills just as important as AI talent

We speak to Chris Ducker from Sungard Availability Services about why companies still aren’t providing IT staff with the level of training they need

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Why Linux can make you feel thankful or merely stuffed

Thanksgiving is tomorrow. While I’m looking forward to turkey, stuffing and pie, I’m also thankful to have been able to spend most of my career administering Unix and Linux systems. So, today’s post is going to focus on some of...

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6 IoT skills that will future-proof your career

To remain relevant — and employed — not only do you have to keep your skills up to date, but you might have to embrace the IoT explosion.

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Cisco AI-driven services help close widening IT skills gap

Cisco announced two services that use AI to address critical issues, freeing up IT professionals to learn new skills, modernize the infrastructure and drive innovation.

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4 job skills that can boost networking salaries

Survey: Most network architects, network managers, and network engineers will land six-figure salaries in the coming year.

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A lack of cloud skills could cost companies money

Survey finds companies are losing money due to a lack of specific cloud expertise.

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Demand for server specialists increases, but talent pool is small

Concerns about the public cloud have IT shops looking to on-premises solutions and searching for server specialists. But they’re having trouble filling the spots.

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Do you have an IT trade craft skills gap?

Who will take care of your aging or new data infrastructure?

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Do developers care about security?

They certainly do, according to Sarah Gibson, application security consultant at Veracode, who talks with CSO senior writer Fahmida Rashid about the issues around application security, and how having a collaborative security team is...

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CIO Career Coach: Be a good storyteller

Stories are the most powerful communication devices available. Tell better stories, and you’ll become a better CIO.

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Where is IoT headed?

A survey of IEEE engineers reveals some interesting and surprising trends about the Internet of Things.

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Top storage certifications for IT pros

Storage industry certifications that help demonstrate technical competency and boost qualifications for a better job.

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Now you can get a bachelor’s degree in data center engineering

The Institute of Technology in Sligo, Ireland, will offer a new bachelor’s degree in data center facilities engineering this fall.

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4 questions new leaders should ask

Phil McKinney, president and CEO of CableLabs, Inc., offers up advice about the new set of skills required to be a successful leader.

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Interview: Sara Spivey, CMO, Bazaarvoice

Sara Spivey, Chief Marketing Officer of Bazaarvoice, discusses how Bazaarvoice uses segmentation to reach the right audience, the importance of data in delivering personalized customer experiences and why face-to-face events are still...

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