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With a career path that has led from a tech role to venture capital investing, Mark Minevich shares advice for other career changers.
Whether you work in the C-suite or in a line role, if you don't want to be left behind, figure out how to evolve so you can help the company meet its digital business objectives.
IT professional Rich Casselberry experimented with deep learning using online tools and came away with interesting results.
Young people can't ignore the news. Data breaches are everywhere and they're beginning to realize that it's up to them to keep our personal and national information private.
As with other emerging tech concepts, big data and analytics are haunted by myths.
Three industry leaders took the stage at SAS Analytics Experience and provided broad perspectives on how far we've come in analytics over the last 10 years and where we are today.
As analytics-based technologies mature they promise to better guide executive decisions by delivering only the most relevant information.
There may be evidence that the movement to cloud computing and workplace automation is slowing IT hiring.
In an age of cloud computing and rapidly emerging technologies it's time for new approaches to IT certifications.
While IT teams seem to face similar obstacles every year (talent shortages, tight budgets), the technology and methods they use to meet those challenges are rapidly improving and evolving.
Amy Moore, rapid application development team leader for Plante Moran visited the InformationWeek News Desk at Interop ITX to take us through their process for moving their nearly 10-year-old legacy intranet over to the Microsoft suite of cloud products.
Hiring great employees means looking beyond the resume into how they solve problems and address goals, as this millennial executive at Workday explains.
Equifax blamed its recent high-profile breach on the Apache Struts Web Framework. As software delivery cycles shrink, developers have to rely on more third-party components, libraries and frameworks. When they do, what are their liabilities and responsibilities?