Tech Leaders’ Time, GenAI for HR, Network Security in the Cloud, Dangerous Dating Sites


C-level technology executives in 2022 spent 17% of their time working with external customers and channel partners, up from 10% of their time in 2007, according to a recent report from the MIT Center for Information Systems Research (CISR). Conversely, these same tech leaders spent less time collaborating with their coworkers and working on their organizations’ technology stacks. Nearly 4 in 10 HR executives (38%) are now piloting, planning to implement, or have already implemented generative AI, finds research firm Gartner. “More organizations are moving from exploring how GenAI might be used…to implementing solutions,” says Dion Love, a VP in Gartner’s HR practice. Gartner’s January survey also found 3 top use cases for GenAI in HR: 1. HR service delivery 2. HR operations 3. Recruiting Over two-thirds of the respondents (67%) said they do not plan to add any GenAI-related roles to the HR function over the next 12 months. Sales of SaaS-based and virtual network-security solutions surged last year by 26%, reaching a global total of $9.6 billion. By contrast, the overall network-security market shrank by 1%. Dell'Oro Group Report

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