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Percentage of all eCommerce transactions (including daily deals, excluding travel) completed on mobile devices in 2012.1
Percentage of all eCommerce transactions (including daily deals, excluding travel) completed on mobile devices predicted for 2017.1
Predicted total of U.S. mobile payments by 2017, a 48 percent compound annual growth rate from the $12.8B spent in 2012.1
Q: IT skills gap—fact or fiction?
A: It’s a bit of both. We have outsourced roles within IT that we traditionally counted on to grow into leadership and senior skilled positions. Now we are seeing shortages for leadership roles (manager/director/vp) of development, enterprise architects, etc. Additionally, I see job descriptions for roles that no normal human could ever fill. Employers feel that since the economy is struggling that they should hold out for the “perfect” candidate that simply doesn't exist.
—Denis Edwards, EVP & global CIO at Edelman, on the Enterprise CIO Forum