Worthwhile Reading
Erie County Medical Center: Anatomy of a Ransomware Attack
It was a Sunday morning like any other in the emergency department of Erie County Medical Center, a 602-bed hospital in Buffalo, N.Y., and the Western New York area’s Level 1 trauma center.
Information Management, January 29 2018
10 HR Tech Trends Leaders Need to Know for 2018
Human resources technology was never the sexiest part of a company’s information technology portfolio. It’s the plumbing that makes the people side of a business go. Nobody notices as long as job openings get filled, payroll is on time, people can clock in and out and get time off without hassle, and open enrollment season goes off without a hitch.
Talent Economy, January 9, 2018
7 Fastest-Growing Tech Job Skills
Which terms do IT employers and job seekers search for most often? There are some significant disconnects between what IT pros offer and what employers want.
Information Week, January 2, 2018
Using data to drive a smarter way to faster insights
Growing expectation around getting more business value from data in a cost-effective manner is driving change across industries. As organizations collect data of increasing volume and variety, teams of data management analysts and data scientists are also formed to put this data to good use.
Information Management, December 1, 2018
Going All-In with Managed Services, the Right Way
Utilizing managed services can be cost efficient for an enterprise, but be sure to look beyond cost to how you manage those managed service providers.
Information Week, December 5, 2017
The 8 most common IT training mistakes
Poor training can sink a technical implementation, derail a digital transformation or leave you scrambling to fill gaps when employees leave. Here’s how to structure you training practices for practical success.
CIO, January 23, 2018
Excel made everyone an analyst but needs to keep up
The Wall Street Journal reported last week that some CFOs are telling their employees to stop using Microsoft Corp.’s Excel spreadsheets for “financial planning, analysis and reporting.”
Information Management, November 29, 2017
How Today's Analytics Change Recruiting
HR analytics aren't mainstream yet, but they're gaining traction because human capital management is a competitive issue. From recruiting to employee performance and overall HR operations, analytics will have an increasing impact on companies and individuals.
Information Week, November 26, 2017
How Best-in-Class Companies Treat Employees
To attract and retain employees in today's tight labor market, best-in-class employers are paying above-market salaries and offering a broad range of benefits.
Baseline Magazine, August 31, 2017
Care planning software helps doctors make the right treatment call
Abington Jefferson Health in Pennsylvania is using care planning software, embedded with guidelines, to deliver guidance on treatment directly to clinicians at the patient’s bedside for more than 200 conditions.
Information Management, November 30, 2017