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06 Aug 2017 CPU Architecture After Moore's Law: What's Next? [65283]
ComputerWorld, July 24th 2017

"As Moore's Law loses relevance, specialization may have to replace raw speed in microprocessor design," writes Lamont Wood in ComputerWorld.

"When considering the future of CPU architecture, some industry watchers predict excitement, and some predict boredom. But no one predicts a return to the old days, when speed doubled at least every other year.

The upbeat prognosticators include David Patterson, a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, who literally wrote the textbook (with John Hennessy) on computer architecture. 'This will be a renaissance era for computer architecture - these will be exciting times,' he says..."
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09 Jul 2017 6 Ways To Prevent Burnout In Your IT Staff [64700]
Computerworld, June 28th 2017

"Running employees ragged is bad for them - and bad for business. Take these steps to lower stress and boost productivity among your IT workers.," writes Mary K. Pratt in Computerworld.

"IT pros everywhere feel stressed, and no wonder: Some 81% of CIOs believe that the amount of pressure on technology professionals is higher now than it was just five years ago, according to a 2016 survey of more than 2,500 CIOs conducted by IT staffing firm Robert Half Technology (RHT)..."
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18 Jun 2017 3 Steps To Better IT Career Management [64236]
ComputerWorld, June 5th 2017

"While every career involves a bit of luck and serendipity, they can and should be managed," opines Thornton May in ComputerWorld.

"Several of my futurist colleagues and I have been thinking about where, in these turbulent times, IT executives should go for career advice.

We began by considering how IT career advice has evolved. Thirty years ago, the field of IT career advice was an unregulated wilderness of divergent actors. There were academics, rock-star executives, psychologists, bestselling authors, shamans/gurus and snake-oil salesmen..."
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11 Jun 2017 5 Myths About Digital Transformation [64040]
ComputerWorld, May 31st 2017

"You've heard what digital transformation is. How about what it isn't?" asks Mary K. Pratt in ComputerWorld. "Experts bust through myths about digitizing business operations and explain why IT can't do it alone...

IT managers can be forgiven for feeling under pressure these days to digitally transform their organizations.

Academics, research firms and, yes, even this very publication are promoting the idea that organizations can radically improve their performance and identify new areas of business by strategically applying digital technologies to their organizational and operational processes.

Yet for all the hype, and despite decades of investments in IT infrastructure, very few companies say they're hitting the mark..."
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04 Jun 2017 22 Free Tools For Data Visualization And Analysis [63880]
ComputerWorld, May 25th 2017

"Got data? These useful tools can turn it into informative, engaging graphics," writes Sharon Machlis in ComputerWorld.

"You may not think you've got much in common with an investigative journalist or an academic medical researcher. But if you're trying to extract useful information from an ever-increasing inflow of data, you'll likely find visualization useful -- whether it's to show patterns or trends with graphics instead of mountains of numbers, or to try to explain complex issues to a nontechnical audience..."
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