Hunt for qualified IT security talent is on

Contestants can participate in groups of up to three and hand in their applications before 25 October at https://securitynextgen.com. A jury will choose those to be invited to the contest finals in Prague on 5, 6 December.

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Cybersecurity: Advanced threat detection key

Professionals make it known that they don’t always have the right skills to keep up with security analytics and operations – a problem more pronounced today than it was just two years ago. Arbor Network's Bryan Hamman explains.

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Workplaces that encourage productivity

When companies are flexible about where and when employees work, some staff members may actually be willing to take a lower salary in exchange for better work-life balance.

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Humans will still be at the centre of work

“Humans will still be at the centre of work, even as intelligent software and machines become our co-workers. CIOs must anticipate how trends in business, society, technology and information will converge." ~ Matt Cain, Gartner

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Making the digital workplace a reality

"Multifunction peripherals belong to the Internet of Things, putting them at the forefront of all things digital. With MPS and MFPs, you tap the potential of DX faster to achieve new levels of productivity." ~ Carro Ford, content marketing strategist at Xerox

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Bridging gender divide in the boardroom

Deloitte Global’s Women in the Boardroom: A Global Perspective publication explores the efforts 60 countries to promote boardroom gender diversity, and shows women hold just 15 percent of board seats worldwide.

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Skills and the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Professionals who understand data, who have experience working with major database platforms as well as strong analytical, quantitative and problem-solving abilities are like unicorns . . .

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Opinion: The problem with a sharing economy

The message is consistent and clear: Business, beware. Those who fail to listen and to see what their customers actually need, disregarding the invitation to innovate, may very well be ‘Ubered’ some day.

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HR’s new role in the age of automation

Automation in HR is more prevalent than ever before with companies all over the world embracing the rise of new technology trends to better the workplace environment, writes Keith Fenner, Vice President: Sage Enterprise EAMA

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Workplace bullying or incompatible styles?

There are so many different, and subtle, ways of making people feel less than valued, that sometimes the bullied person simply feels more and more inadequate at the job, without realising that they are, in fact, being bullied.

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