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6 Ways IT Can Improve Their Organization’s Employee Experience

6 Ways IT Can Improve Their Organization's Employee Experience

With the tools and technology available, skills shortages and a competitive job market, the time has come for organizations to understand the power of creating a more compelling employee experience. Studies support it  and your employees want it. The good news is that the changes are already happening in

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Looking For a Career Change? Two Words: Software Engineering

Looking For a Career Change? Two Words: Software Engineering

A software engineer can expect to make about $102,280 a year. An information security analyst will bring in $92,600. A computer systems analyst’s salary is $87,220. These are the the top-paying jobs in the IT industry right now, according to CareerCast.com’s annual Jobs Rated report.

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The Enterprise Service Desk: Directing Service Calls Like Waze Directs Traffic

The Enterprise Service Desk: Directing Service Calls Like Waze Directs Traffic

“Got Technology?” “Why yes, yes we do,” said every function in every department in every organization. And not just desktops and laptops and mobile phones, but scanners, scales, beacons, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), security systems, smart lighting and building control systems.

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The World (of IT Spending) Is Flat, Gartner Says

The World (of IT Spending) Is Flat, Gartner Says

Business are funding investments in innovative technologies by cutting costs where they can rather than growing budgets, according to a new report from Gartner. They're turning to cost optimization efforts — for example Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) instead of software licenses, voice over LTE (VoLTE) instead of cellular and digital personal assistants

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Will Enterprise Software Vendors Raise Prices?

Will Enterprise Software Vendors Raise Prices?

Enterprise software vendors will try to hold the line on prices this year because they're more interested in market share than profitability, according to a Gartner report released yesterday. In the report  from the Stamford, Conn.-based IT research firm, analysts predict enterprise software spending will decline 1.

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