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10 Government Technology Innovators

by InformationWeekJan 20, 2013

IT professionals in government, as in all industries, are under pressure. Sure, resources are tight, and legacy IT systems and processes are the norm, but there’s also a growing expectation among the public that government agencies be more transparent and efficient and that their services be Web-enabled. What are government IT organizations to do?Many are getting creative in how they apply technology to meet their mandates. At the local, state, and federal levels, government technologists


20 Great Ideas To Steal In 2012

by InformationWeekJan 20, 2013

InformationWeek 500 winners share all sorts of bright ideas with us--ones they use to solve problems, make their employees more productive, and bring in more business. We've cherry-picked the best of them for you, particularly the ideas that have applicability beyond just the company and business where they originate.Mobile apps are big this year, and many companies are using them to make customer-facing employees more efficient. Hyatt Hotels, for instance, is stationing iPad-equipped front-desk


2009 IT Salary Survey: Meager Raises, Solid Prospects

by InformationWeekJan 20, 2013

Raises are notably smaller than a year ago, and the pay shifts track the industries and regions hardest hit during this recession. Job securitys shrinking, and concerns are rising again about the IT career path. In all, though, IT careers are looking safe


2011 Salary Survey: Healthcare

by InformationWeekJan 20, 2013

Increased Activity Heats Up HealthcareHealthcare IT salaries lag behind those of the general IT population, but the tide seems to be turning as new federal mandates and changes to health plans drive increased demand. (R2040411-HC)Survey Name: 2011 InformationWeek Analytics U.S. IT Salary Survey; Healthcare
Survey Date: November 2010 to January 2011
Region: United States
Number of Respondents: 1,430 healthcare IT professionals (784 IT staff and 646 IT managers)


2013 InformationWeek 500

by InformationWeekSep 04, 2013

Innovation That Gets ResultsCloud, data analytics, social, mobile: These trends continue to generate buzz, but our InformationWeek 500 companies aren't using hyped techs just to say they're on board. Rather, they're taking very practical approaches to ensure that new (and established) technologies drive their businesses forward.Among the 500 respondents to our InformationWeek 2013 Executive Survey, 49% say adding efficiency is among their top three technology goals this year. Right behind


2013 InformationWeek 500 -- Issue

by InformationWeekSep 09, 2013

Innovation That Gets Results: IW 500 companies take a practical view of even trendy tech such as cloud, big data analytics and mobile.

Top 250 Innovators: InformationWeek's 25th annual ranking of the leading U.S. users of business technology.


2014 US IT Salary Survey: Healthcare

by InformationWeekApr 30, 2014

Among the 1,094 healthcare IT pros responding to our InformationWeek 2014 US IT Salary Survey, 64% of staff and 65% of management say they are satisfied or very satisfied with all aspects of their jobs, including compensation and benefits. Other data points:>> 67% of management received or expect to receive a bonus in 2014; 57% of staff say the same.>> 49% of staff and 53% of managers believe a career path in IT and the potential for salary advancement are as promising today as they


A Mandate To Open Up

by InformationWeekJan 20, 2013

With the release in December of President Obama’s Open Government Directive, the requirement for “opening” government processes and databases has shifted from planning to implementation. Federal agencies face an aggressive timeline for releasing data, engaging the public in new ways, and publishing the steps they will take to promote transparency and public participation in government.
The directive, released on Dec. 8, lays out 45-, 60-, 90-, and 120-day milestones that


Alert: Database Security in the Bull's Eye

by InformationWeekJan 20, 2013

Healthcare, higher education, financial services and even the National Guard are all falling victim to attacks that expose organizations' crown jewels, the database. Many of these breaches could easily be avoided with better data-handling, policy and security. In this special retrospective of recent news coverage, Dark Reading offers a look at some of the trends in how real databases are being breached and why--and what you can do to protect yours.


Alert: E-Health Records: Getting Started With Meaningful Use

by InformationWeekJan 20, 2013

The federal government recently released requirements that doctors and hospitals must meet to qualify as meaningful users of electronic health records and be eligible for incentive funds. We take a look at the core requirements, the government's intentions, potential pitfalls and reaction from the medical community.


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