It is Halloween and in the spirit of the season, it is time to take a look at some of the things that keep the IT channel up at night and give technology executives nightmares.
According to an IT Pay and Compensation Survey that focused on 2012 and forecasts for 2013, 53 percent of IT professionals received a pay increase in 2012.
According to a recent IT Jungle article, since topping out at 11,200 IT jobs added in June, there has been a steady decline and September saw only 2,500 tech jobs created, which is a drop of 4,500 from the month before.
IT security is a quickly evolving landscape that requires impactful and flexible talent to stay ahead.
For many businesses Hurricane Sandy was a reminder of the importance of having the right kind of disaster recovery plan in place.
According to the numbers, 50 percent of respondents believe that the lack of quality security professionals is reaching a point where companies are exposing themselves to potential risk.