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The gig economy: Boon or bane for workers?

Assistant Professor of Information Systems Nina Huang and Associate Professor of Information Systems Yili (Kevin) Hong along with scholars at two other universities explore the benefits of the gig economy and effects it has on employment.

The download: What's up in the Department of Information Systems

Two new faculty members came on board, and two professors received awards and accolades for their research efforts.

MBA students combine AI and drones, turning project into product

A group of five Professional Flex students created a high-tech tool with the potential to change an industry.

MS-ISM or MS-BA: Which graduate degree is best for you?

The high-level knowledge and experience these master’s programs deliver could be just the thing to ramp up your career.

In our God we trust: How religion impacts prosocial lending

Scholars' recent study showed lenders in online microfinance markets are more likely to support people who have the same religious beliefs.

Launching the second cohort of Cognizant Business Analyst Certificate Program

We constantly look at our curriculum and the value it offers students and companies looking to hire them — and the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings show our programs are staying competitive and relevant.

W. P. Carey, Cognizant partner on no-cost business analyst certificate

To meet its growing demand for business analysts, Cognizant Consulting has partnered with ASU, ranked the nation’s most innovative university four years in a row by U.S.

The download: What's up in the Department of Information Systems

News in IS includes a faculty member's election to chair the IEEE Computer Society’s Technical Committee on Services Computing, the internet of things, a hackathon, a retirement, and rankings.

ISACA sets students apart from the competition

How do job applicants stand out in today’s job market? Scoring an internship helps. Working alongside faculty in a significant research project adds points. A highly regarded certification brings a resume to the top of the pile.

How to succeed in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Although the prospects of massive technological changes ahead may be daunting, business leaders with a global mindset or immigrant mentality are the most likely to prosper.