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You've worked hard to ascend the career ladder so you could reach a leadership position. Congratulations! You made it. Now what?
COBIT 5, a governance model for enterprise IT, introduces a framework that is better focused on information security.
When a contractor is working on one or more of these protected programs and attempts to transition to mid-size status, can technology innovation be a tool for greater competitivene...
Dominic Vogel offers some tips for getting starting in the information security field whether you're just starting out or looking to make a career change.
If you're developing a strategy to transform your desktops and applications into universal clients, this roadmap will save you a lot of frustration.
Rick Freedman explores four agile method variants that bring the theories into real-world practice. He also discusses criteria for selecting an approach based on your IT project.
Most new CIOs arrive in an IT shop that's dysfunctional to some extent. The following steps will help you establish yourself as a trusted leader, both to your peers in the C-suite ...
Jack Wallen shares tips on how to pitch Linux to clients. He also explains how convincing a client to go with Linux can have long-term benefits for your consultancy.
Microsoft's Institute for Advanced Technology in Governments is helping federal, state, and local agencies devise software solutions. I wanted to know if that included improving IT...
Integrating disparate systems is always a challenge. Scott Lowe provides an overview of the data state at Westminster College and asks the TechRepublic community for feedback.