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TechRepublic readers suggest that forming a union is the only way to prevent poor working conditions for IT pros. Patrick Gray presents his case against unionized IT.
IT leaders considering a Windows 10 migration as a cornerstone initiative risk having a focus that is a decade behind. Patrick Gray explains why.
As IT-centric leadership roles proliferate, does anyone even want the CIO position anymore? Patrick Gray spells out why the CIO role is inherently flawed.
The rules for mobile apps are still being written. Patrick Gray examines one of the fundamental questions of app design: build a multi-purpose "Swiss Army Knife" or a highly-focuse...
Wearables are being called the next evolution in computing. The truth is, no one really knows what to do with them. Patrick Gray says that's precisely why it's the perfect time to ...
There's a longstanding bromide in IT circles that people fear change, and a key activity for leaders is to mitigate that fear. Patrick Gray explores why this notion is completely m...
How will enterprise IT change in the coming years? Patrick Gray makes some predictions, and explains why now is the time for IT leaders to redefine their roles.
Design isn't just for artists anymore. Patrick Gray explains how the principles of design thinking are applicable and helpful to IT leaders.
Patrick Gray takes on the Apple Watch, and what's missing from his wish list.
Should IT security be the direct responsibility of the CIO? After exploring the arguments of both sides, Patrick Gray explains why his answer to this question is yes.