With customer analytics spending projected to increase, organizations must devote at least some of the funding to resolve tech legacy and silo issues to maximize the value of related data.
With app performance slowdowns—and even outages—impacting users, customers and partners, organizations require better monitoring tools to learn how IT infrastructure is creating these problems.
With executive leaders struggling to keep up with digital transformation requirements, customer experiences remain "stuck in time" and employees go without critical skills training.
Akamai's State of the Internet Security Summer 2018 reveals that once again SQL injection is the top web application attack vector.
Fed up with a lack of functional, integrated and mobile-friendly tech at work, a notable number of professionals are ready to seek greener pastures—with a new employer.
With their key tech services and apps failing routinely, organizations realize that they need to invest in a better digital experience for users and customers—or face grave outcomes that will hurt their ability to compete.
The popular Linux desktop distribution will provide users with integrated snapshotting capabilities and automatic updates.
Knowing that they command considerable leverage in the job market, open source pros are seeking “new and exciting” work projects, greater work/life balance and, of course higher pay.
With organizations acknowledging the need to integrate data initiatives within virtually every aspect of business, “DataOps” specialists are finding themselves in demand.
With the recruitment and retention of top talent getting increasingly competitive, organizations face greater pressure to replace legacies with today’s most state-of-the-art tech solutions and systems.