Chief Information Officers (CIOs) across all industries are restructuring information technology strategies to account for the impending exodus of baby boomers from the workforce as economic conditions improve and retirement becomes a viable choice. As CIOs interview candidates, they are noticing a challenging trend. While there is no consistency across markets in candidate availability, some […]

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4 ways to organize your digital workplace strategy around mobility

Organizations worldwide are rapidly embracing technological initiatives that support a shift towards what many are calling the digital workplace. While organizations might be using similar hardware or software, there is little consensus as to what constitutes the perfect balance of components. There is agreement, however, that it is more than integrating technology that mimics the […]

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Legacy software modernization

Pulling the trigger on legacy software modernization

It’s necessary to determine at what point the benefits outweigh the costs of modernizing legacy software. Technological progress and shifts in consumer demographics are driving companies to evolve new business models to better navigate increasingly competitive markets. As mobility becomes a key component in information technology strategies, more companies are being forced to consider legacy […]

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Balancing the needs of Millennials and Baby Boomers

As the millennial generation begins to overshadow its predecessors in both size and spending power, companies throughout the economy are scrambling to learn how to capitalize on the unique spending habits of such a diverse demography. However, many experts feel that in catering to the needs of millennials, potential profits are being lost by not […]

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