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  • Harvard CISO shares 5 pearls of IT security wisdom

    Chief Information Security Officer Christian Hamer, who is responsible for policy and awareness across Harvard University and whose team handles security operations and incident response, took part on a panel last week at the Campus Technology conference in Boston (Campus Technology's Rhea Kelly moderated; ESET researcher Lysa Myers was also an expert panelist). Here's a selection of Hamer's more notable observations:

    Written by Bob Brown05 Aug. 15 01:57
  • The Takeaway: Elop out as Nadella shakes up Microsoft's executive team

    Microsoft has reshuffled its executive ranks, getting rid of former Nokia chief Stephen Elop and handing more responsibilities to Windows head Terry Myerson. The company also cut back on the number of major engineering divisions it has, moving from four to three.

    Written by Ken Mingis18 June 15 23:38
  • Where will Microsoft find 1 billion devices for Windows 10?

    To meet its goal of putting Windows 10 on a billion devices within three years, Microsoft will have to turn every personal computer now running Windows 7 onto the new OS, then find even more to migrate, calculations from recent statistics show.

    Written by Gregg Keizer07 May 15 06:50
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  • 5 ways to handle comment trolls on social media

    Social media has become a new way to find new customers, provide support, market products, share news and even develop customer relationships. Because of the free-form nature of services like Twitter and Facebook, large companies can enjoy the benefits of frequent personal interaction. Dell can "like" a comment from a happy laptop owner on Facebook, Bristol-Myers can share corporate news directly with their 67,000 followers on Twitter.

    Written by John Brandon15 June 15 23:16
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  • IT talent shortage hitting healthcare hardest

    Healthcare is continuing to experience a shortage of qualified health IT staff that, in the view of some observers, is growing worse. But few healthcare organizations believe that the solution is to lure IT pros away from other industries. In fact, most hospital systems and large physician groups would prefer not to hire any IT person who doesn't have extensive health experience.

    Written by Ken Terry30 June 15 23:51
  • 7 ways to mitigate age discrimination in your job search

    There's no good reason your age should hinder your job search. But that doesn't change the very real perception, especially in the IT industry, that age is an impediment to innovation, efficiency and, ultimately, success. While you can't do much to change the widespread unconscious biases against older workers, you can take steps to mitigate their impact on your own job search.

    Written by Sharon Florentine28 May 15 23:41
  • Are Personality Assessments Effective Hiring Tools?

    Cultural fit is critical to maintaining an engaged, productive and satisfied workforce. To ensure that match, businesses often use personality assessments to gauge a candidate's degree of cultural fit in the hopes it will translate into loyalty and lower turnover. But are these assessments accurate and how much do they really reveal?

    Written by Sharon Florentine23 Dec. 14 06:56
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