A third of companies are hiring in IT: Survey

Looking for help in your IT department? If so, you’re not alone. 

How close is your staff to burning out?

While users will soon be returning to the office refreshed after a long break, there’s no rest for the weary IT pro. 

Where do IT managers spend their time and money?

As they do with most areas, companies must find creative ways to divide two scarce resources in IT: time and money. A new survey looks at what areas tech leaders are focusing on now. 

Can’t find Big Data experts? Here’s how to grow your own

While Big Data has been a much-hyped technology for some time, many companies are just now getting ready to begin their projects. Is IT ready for the challenge? 

Why 55% of Big Data projects fail – and what IT can do about it

Big Data is quickly becoming a big deal for companies and their IT departments. However, a recent survey says that more than half of Big Data projects never even get off the ground.

3 mistakes that lead to bad IT hires

IT departments are growing as companies are finding new funding available to hire technology professionals. When organizations add IT staff, it’s critical to make the right hire the first time. 

Survey: IT not confident it can respond to new security threats

Cybercriminals are constantly updating their methods of attack, and, for a variety of reasons, IT is having a hard time keeping up.

What keeps you up at night?

As companies continue to deal with budget issues and other problems, what are IT managers most concerned about?

Tech hiring picks up, so does pressure on employers

Here’s more evidence you could have a harder time hanging on to your best IT employees in 2011.

Competition for talent to increase next year — modestly

As far as the economy goes, 2010 wasn’t a great year, but things did show signs of improvement.