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Why (and when) outsourcing security makes sense

Offloading security strategy and day-to-day operations to a managed security service provider can free up IT resources. But be prepared: It’s not an entirely hands-off proposition.

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Navigating the muddy waters of enterprise infosec

Information security finally has executives’ attention, but aligning with business needs is still challenging.

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Is security making the grade? What IT and business pros really think

When it comes to security, who’s in charge, where do roles and responsibilities overlap, and what are the biggest challenges to aligning infosec and business goals? A joint CSO, CIO, Computerworld survey sheds some light.

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IT workers brace for outsourcing, layoffs at health insurer

Major health insurer Health Care Service Corporation is planning to outsource part of its information technology operation in what employees fear could lead to a major layoff in the IT department.

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How to create a culture of innovation

CIO.com's Rich Hein spoke to seasoned IT leaders to learn the ways in which they foster a workplace culture that values and rewards innovation.

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Smart cities: The rise of new C-level executives

Smart cities are creating new types of C-level executives, including chief bicycle officer, chief innovation officer and chief data officer.

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The 2016 Enterprise Architecture Awards

This years' winning EA initiatives, brought to you by Forrester Research and InfoWorld, meet the challenges of accelerated change

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What’s difference between project management and change management?

Change management and project management are often thought to be the same thing. They aren’t. Here’s how they differ.

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Tech jobs that will get you the biggest raise next year

Starting salaries for newly hired IT workers are forecast to climb 3.8% in 2017

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Why Tesla’s customer loyalty ratings beat Mercedes

Columnist Rob Enderle writes that marketing isn’t about selling stuff anymore. It’s about selling experiences. A recent trip made it clear that Tesla gets this and Mercedes does not.

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How leading CIOs tackle business disruption

CIOs share their advice for dealing with corporate upheaval in its many forms, including both intentional and unforeseen events.

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25 CIO pay packages revealed

Familiar companies pay healthy bonuses, stock awards and executive perks to their top tech leaders

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Want to boost your CIO pay? Switch jobs

CIO pay packages show the power of negotiation by incoming and outgoing tech leaders

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9 biases killing your security program

Here’s a (by no means all-inclusive) list of nine such cognitive biases that security professionals should especially remain aware.

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Mergers create greater security risk

Security risks, both cyber and physical, certainly belong on the list of concerns. And with the ongoing shortage of professionals who are expert in various aspects of data protection—coupled with the seemingly endless stream of...

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Is your security awareness training program working?

The metrics to use to determine where to make improvements in security awareness training

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Being pushed out of your comfort zone can make your IT career

Vanguard CIO John Marcante was working his dream job as the head of the company’s software development team. However, things were about to change.

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CIO's seat on board reflects IT's move to agile, DevOps

Former T-Mobile CIO Gary King says he joined the board of directors at Soasta, a maker of performance monitoring software that is hitting its stride as IT departments increasingly adopt agile and DevOps methodologies.

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