Solutions like the cloud and easy mobility have caused many business’ critical systems to rely more heavily on what IT can do and it is causing the fundamental definition of the department to change.
Most people hear about company hacks and data breaches and think that only big organizations need to be concerned about being targeted – that could not be further from the truth.
As more business data and operations are moved into a digital realm, ensuring their safety becomes even harder.
The report found that since 2009, the average salaries for male and female technology professionals have been equivalent as long as you’re comparing equal levels of experience, education and parallel job titles.
There are certain times of year that IT Departments face unique challenges.
These high-profile attacks, launched by cyber criminals throughout the first part of this year, have perhaps finally resonated with IT departments.
In many instances the “job” in question is the implementation of the latest technologies like electronic health records (EHRs) or the use of tablets, and the “right tool” is a qualified IT team who can not only manage the systems but also help push innovation even further.
According to the report, there are currently five factors that CIOs and IT Principals must consider as their departments transition into a post-digital world: analytics, mobile, social, cloud and cyber.