Worthwhile Reading
IT workers face greater stress from remote issues

With in-person IT support now relatively rare, tech workers are under increasing pressure to support end-users and endpoint devices remotely — and they need better overall support and tools to do that.
Computerworld, May 31, 2022

6 ways to reinvent your IT leadership career

Is your IT career ripe for a do-over? Then check out these ways to pull yourself out of a rut and get back on course.
CIO, May 31, 2022

Top Business Needs Driving IT Spending Today
Cutting costs alone won’t save the company in times of economic crisis. So, what will?
Information Week, July 21, 2022
Top No-Pain Perks You Can Use to Retain IT Staff

A handful of painless incentives can help minimize team turnover and production disruption.
Information Week, May 18, 2022

How HR Professionals Can Use an Individual Development Plan

A detailed professional development plan can help HR practitioners grow in their careers.
SHRM HR Magazine, Spring 2022

How to get a job in healthcare IT

Sky-high demand for tech workers means more open doors for IT pros who don’t have prior experience in the healthcare industry.
Computerworld, June 16, 2022

Using People Analytics to Build an Equitable Workplace

Automation is coming to HR. By automating the collection and analysis of large datasets, AI and other analytics tools offer the promise of improving every phase of the HR pipeline, from recruitment and compensation to promotion, training, and evaluation.
Harvard Business Review, January 7, 2022

How CISOs Are Walking the Executive Tightrope

The role of the chief information security officer (CISO) is rapidly evolving, requiring a balanced mix of business acumen, communication skills, and risk management savvy.
Information Week, April 12, 2022

11 ways to kill your IT career (without knowing it)

In the fast-paced world of tech, complacency can be a career killer. So too can any number of hidden hazards that quietly put your career on shaky ground.
CIO, April 20, 2022

5 ways spreadsheets kill your business
Potentially error-prone, unsecured, and hard to maintain, spreadsheets create data silos and discourage collaboration.
Infoworld, March 7, 2022