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AWS chief Andy Jassy gets top job at Amazon as CEO Bezos steps down

The surprise announcement that Jeff Bezos will leave later this year and hand over the reins to AWS leader Andy Jassy marks a remarkable rise for Jassy. He began as a marketing manager in 1997 and started AWS in 2003.

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What businesses will--and won't--give their work from home employees in 2021

The work world has changed. Regardless of how quickly we conquer Covid-19, many of us will not be returning to the office. Here's what that new work from home world will look like.

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CIOs: more partners and less vendors

CIOs explain the effect of COVID-19 on partner relationships, and why it's more important than ever to have more partners, and less vendors.

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What IT leaders want to achieve in 2021

After a difficult year, IT leaders are looking ahead and hoping for a better 2021, but what's top of their to do list?

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About the Best Places to Work in IT

Find out about the annual Best Places to Work in IT program from IDG Insider Pro and Computerworld, including eligibility, survey contents, deadlines and more.

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Post-pandemic 'new normal': what is it, when will it be here, and what it means for tech jobs

Eventually we'll be safe again and able to predict our futures with more clarity. So what should we expect and how will tech jobs be affected?

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Are retail CIOs ready for the ecommerce holiday explosion?

With Covid-19 still keeping shoppers out of stores, data-driven technology is going to be more critical than ever this year to make sure customers enjoy a seamless path to purchase. But, are retail IT organizations ready for a...

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How did your continuity plan stack up against Covid?

Now that things are stabilizing, it's time to evaluate how well your business continuity plans handled Covid and where you need to make changes.

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Make way for the new head of remote work

Large organizations are suddenly hiring for a new position that will change your work life forever. Here's what you need to know.

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Why it's unethical for businesses to use Facebook

It's time for all companies to stop using Facebook services, software, hardware and advertising. Here's why.

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Using pilots within an innovation strategy – CIOs weigh in

Current and former CIOs explain how they're using pilots as part of their innovation strategy.

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Why 'office hours' could help ease the work from home stress

If it’s done right with the right tools, 'office hours' could be a game changer while working from home.

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Should you embrace Google's new business card replacement?

Google is testing a new post-pandemic, no-touch alternative to business cards that lets you add your info to search results when people Google you.

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Achieving consistent vocabulary across business functions

Language is a key component of developing a shared culture, it represents a key determinant for business IT alignment. But how much consistency is there between the language used by IT and their internal and external business...

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Bridging the broadband gap: Connecting the truly last internet mile

Thanks to the coronavirus, we reply on the internet more than ever. By and large, it's held up well, but some underserved areas are suffering more than ever. What is and can be done for internet access beyond the cities?

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Is there a private 5G network in your company's future?

The continuing build out of 5G networks has made it available to many users, although expect it to be another 1-2 years before it is ubiquitous. But, there are stopgap alternatives.

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Google, Facebook, SpaceX battle to connect remote workers

The coronavirus crisis is driving employees out of the cities and into remote areas where bandwidth is low or nonexistent. Google, Facebook, SpaceX and others all have a dog in this fight.

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CIO's Guide to COVID-19

With the novel COVID-19 coronavirus refusing to abate in hotspots around the world, the editors of CIO.com compiled a collection of resources to help IT mangers navigate the pandemic now and into 2021.

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