It’s a heady compilation for tech leaders, whose focuses include cloud migration, talent concerns and data and analytics: ‘The pandemic ended the excuses.’
The short answer is yes—and here are three ways CEOs can put it to use.
Companies looking to recruit and retain high performers are smart to take action—but the answers may not be found in hefty signing bonuses or hasty returns to in-office collaboration.
Following George Floyd's murder, big tech made a combined financial commitment of nearly $4.6 billion toward racial justice, but little actually changed on the ground. Here's why—and how to fix it.
Security leaders are in higher demand than they've ever been—and they know it. Here’s how to attract and retain them.
If management executives, the board and the IT teams aren’t sharing the same information, it will be nearly impossible for companies to stay ahead of fast-evolving cyber threats.
Three reasons why the team you have now is the best source for bold new ways of doing business.
Three questions to ask your CIO to make sure your tech stack boosts your culture and supports your company initiatives.
A stunning 100 percent of the CEOs polled at a Yale event on Tuesday said they believe social media platforms posed a threat to pre-teens and teens on critical behaviors like confidence and body image, with 53 percent saying they thought it was a “strong threat.”
At Infragistics, adopting a culture of innovation starts during the hiring process and includes inspiring passion through an internal innovation lab and encouraging the autonomy to run with ideas.