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    1. The midyear state of the IT job market

      The midyear state of the IT job market

      With the 4th of July quickly approaching, it's time to look at the state of IT hiring for the first half of the year to try and build an accurate hiring plan for the remainder of 2015. To help us better understand the state of IT across the U.S, we spoke with David Foote, chief analyst and research officer with Foote Partners, to get insight into what's going on inside IT organizations. This data gives IT leaders an opportunity to see salary benchmarks levels for tech workers allowing them to make better decisions when hiring and evaluating ...

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    2. Shortage of IT security talent reaches the crisis point

      Shortage of IT security talent reaches the crisis point

      CIOs who have been struggling to find enough skilled IT security professionals should brace for even tougher times ahead. Nearly two-thirds of IT departments now complain about a shortage of security pros in the job market, according to an article on CIO Insight. FierceCIO has reported on the talent shortage in the IT security space, but the CIO Insight story says that the growing sophistication and frequency of cyberattacks is driving up demand for security talent even more.

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    3. The Internet of Things could change everything for IT

      The Internet of Things could change everything for IT

      No doubt, the trend known as the Internet of Things carries with it lots of hype. According to an article at Baseline, IoT has the potential to change "everything," including IT. Citing some pretty staggering research statistics, the article noted that the number of connected devices worldwide is likely to reach 50 million over the next five years. Already, two out of every five organizations are leveraging IoT technologies or plan to do so this year.

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    4. How to Overcome Big Data Project Roadblocks

      How to Overcome Big Data Project Roadblocks

      By Dennis McCafferty Nearly six out of 10 survey respondents said their company is taking on a big data project, and an additional one out of five said they will start one soon. CEO: 32%, CIO: 25%, Line of business managers: 18% Silos: 21%, Lack of funding: 21%, No consensus on goals: 16%, Absence of executive support: 16% Data quality: 21%, Outdated infrastructure: 20%, Lack of internal tech expertise: 18%, Governance and security challenges: 17%, Data and legacy app silos: 12% 34% of survey respondents said their companies spend between $50,000 and $100,000 on big data efforts, and ...

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