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Will AI kill jobs?

Nayela Deeba

As AI transforms the way we work, what will the job market look like in future? IT leaders and experts weigh in at the GCIO Forum 2017.

New CIOs at the IT helm

Martha Heller

Many large firms—such as Ford Motor, Phillips 66, Staples and BNY Mellon—appointed new CIOs this summer.

How to best deal with workplace stress

Lou Markstrom

Stress is part of our everyday lives. Our ability to deal with it, direct it or eliminate it will have a big impact our levels of effectiveness, wellbeing and satisfaction now and in their future.

Hiring in the age of dispersed technology spending

Sarah K. White

The tech hiring landscape is shifting now that line-of-business units command their share of technology spending. The result? A rise in hybrid business-IT positions — and a need for a new approach to filling them.

7 hot IT outsourcing trends — and 7 going cold

Stephanie Overby

The days of low-cost commodity services are waning, as IT organizations seek stronger strategic partnerships with IT outsourcing providers in the era of digital transformation.

Which IT professionals are HK banks looking for?

Nurdianah Md Nur

In general, employers want candidates who are able to demonstrate self-awareness, are curious, have an appetite for risk-taking to solve problems, and are adept at presenting their ideas and sharing their knowledge, says Dean Stallard, Regional Director of Hays in Hong Kong.

How to win the war for top tech talent

Sharon Florentine

By emphasising engagement, purpose and innovation, the financial services industry is showing how to beat Silicon Valley at its own game.

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