No one can deny the complexity of the enterprise architect's job in today's organizations. See how the job's varied roles will mean a rise in stature within organizational hierarchies.
Your activities outside of your job can be as beneficial as your activities within the workplace.
Developers now must understand how development processes and decisions affect business and profitability. Is more visibility into their daily activities through IT governance a good thing?
Thirteen percent of CIOs expect to hire new IT workers in the coming quarter
IT pros have long endured the slings and arrows of an employer’s marketplace. The tables are turning, but there’s still considerable disparity between the thoughts and perceptions of hiring managers and prospective job seekers.
In the first of our four-part report, we look at compensation growth for professional positions.
Facilitate coordinated change throughout your organization by establishing a comprehensive enterprise architecture (EA) program.
Enterprise architects are poised uniquely to make distributed development more effective. Apply five practical strategies to communicate effectively and drive business forward.
The top two IT-related problems are operational incidents and staffing issues, according to a global survey commissioned by the IT Governance Institute.
Even companies that have embraced next-generation mainframe workloads often give short shrift to the question of training. What gives?
The application development space has been hard hit by outsourcing, but there's been a recovery of sorts over the last 12 months.
It’s worth remembering how much the employment outlook has improved in the last half decade—and how far we have still to go
With information security increasingly a boardroom-level concern, job prospects continue to be good, according to a new study. Training and certification are becoming increasingly important for candidates and companies alike.
managers have discovered
that the right tools and
techniques can make
globally dispersed teams
nearly as effective as under-one-roof, traditional teams.
Cost savings from outsourcing development trump acquiring special expertise, according to a new survey by Evans Data, a market research firm.
Many enterprises, and IT teams specifically, are implementing sophisticated risk-mitigation strategies that let them better understand and more effectively manage the risks they face.
The biggest challenge today’s IT organizations face isn’t selecting the right technologies—it’s finding skilled developers to perform complex, multi-platform integration tasks, often involving legacy systems. That need, in turn, is helping drive the outsourcing of application development.
Outsourcing is not just for cutting costs anymore, according to the 2005 Global
IT Outsourcing Study from DiamondCluster. Instead, enterprises should, and
are beginning to, see it as part of an overall strategy.
Sending software development offshore is what everyone wants to do, but sometimes it's not the right way to go.