The Open Office is Dead. Now What?
After years of experimenting with open office layouts, the search for places where developers can work both uniquely and collaboratively continues.
9 Reasons Why Women Leave Tech Jobs
If you think most women quit because they just don't like working in IT or because their jobs don't offer the work-life balance or parental leave they need, think again.
Continuous Processes Feed the Gig Economy
As more business processes move toward real-time and near-real-time, companies are finding themselves with skill shortages. One good way to fill the gaps is with "gig workers" who can be scaled up or down as required.
How to Be the Global IT Executive
IT managers who can adapt their personal styles to the needs of local cultures and employees are best positioned to succeed in the global arena.
10 Leading Female CIOs
While women are still underrepresented in IT, quite a few of the world's largest organizations have female CIOs.
Showtime for Interop ITX 2018
Stay tuned for InformationWeek's coverage of evolving technology concepts and IT leadership issues and opportunities throughout next week's Interop ITX conference.
Why IT Professionals Move to Las Vegas
Las Vegas may well become the next high-tech hotbed as more IT talent and related investment flow into the city. On and off The Strip, there are all kinds of opportunities to cash in on digital transformation, from gaming to the maker movement and beyond. You may enjoy life more, too. Here's why.
5 Traits of Truly Innovative Companies
When most people think about innovation, they think of companies like Amazon, Facebook, Apple, and Google because those companies appear to have some kind of magic that other organizations lack. If your company wants to make lightning strike repeatedly, consider these points.
How to Spin off an IT Startup
Executives who have done it share their experiences and advice on knowing when and how to spin off an IT-based startup.