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  • 11 hot skills for 2011

    July 29, 2011

    IT hiring will pick up slightly next year, and talented programmers and project managers will be at the starting line. Computerworld - Christmas came in midsummer for Nicole Thompson, IS director of applications at HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley. Thanks to a federal mandate to implement electronic health records (EHR) systems, she has the funds in her 2011 budget to hire 11 new employees for projects ranging from database analysis and design to wireless device implementation.

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  • 10 hard truths IT must learn to accept

    July 29, 2011

    In a perfect world, your network would suffer no downtime and be locked down tight. You'd be in perfect compliance with all government regulations, and your users would all be self-supporting. The cloud would take care of nearly all your infrastructure needs, and there wouldn't be a single device accessing the network you didn't first approve of and control.

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  • They just don't understand IT! Building Better Relationships with Business Units Lunch 'n' Learn Slides

    July 28, 2011

    Presentation slides from the 7/27 presentation of They just don't understand IT! Building Better Relationships with Business Units.

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  • The future of IT will be reduced to three kinds of jobs

    July 28, 2011

    Takeaway: The IT profession and the IT job market are in the midst of seismic changes that are going to shift the focus to three types of jobs. There’s a general anxiety that has settled over much of the IT profession in recent years. It’s a stark contrast to the situation just over a decade ago.

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