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The Pros and Cons of March Madness in the Office

1 week ago | by Dennis McCafferty

It happens every spring: Literally millions of workers go online to fill out NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship tournament bracket selection sheets in order to take part in a March Madness... Read More



  • Tech Wages Grew, but Not Enough to Keep Top Talent
    While compensation for IT professionals rose in 2014, the increases amounted to a minor bump-up for the average employee, according to a recent survey from The findings reflect a half full/half empty state for the industry: Yes, most tech...
  • The Ten Best Tech Jobs in America
    Do you think you have the best IT job around? If so, you may want to check to see if your job made the following "Ten Best Tech Jobs in America" list from Glassdoor, compiled from the top 25 list of best overall jobs on the online career community...
  • Predicting a Transformational Year for IT and HR
    Amid a rapidly changing business and IT environment, perhaps only one thing is entirely clear: Digital disruption in the new normal. A recently released report from Bersin by Deloitte Consulting, "Predictions for 2015: Redesigning the Organization...
  • IT’s 2015 Top Investment Priorities
    While organizations are expected to continue increasing their IT spending in 2015, the overall forecast is conservative compared to recent years, according to a recent survey from DATA. The top investment priorities include app development,...
  • Key Trends in Business Mobility
    A report on mobile trends in the SMB segment covers Apple's dominance in this market, as well as the growing popularity of larger smartphones and phablets.
  • Rep. Will Hurd on Cyber-security & Civil Liberties
    The congressman, who heads the new House Information Technology Subcommittee, talks about cyber-security and how business and government can protect themselves.
  • Much of Security Software Is Underutilized
    One reason security software is not used to the fullest extent is that IT doesn't have the time or staff required to implement software solutions properly.
  • The Ten Best Metro Areas for STEM Jobs
    Are you looking for a city that offers great opportunities for pursuing an IT career? Then you should check out this list of the top 10 metro areas for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) jobs, as compiled by WalletHub. The company came...
  • IT Hiring Will Increase Significantly This Year
    The vast majority of technology-focused human resources and recruitment professionals plan to boost hiring efforts in 2015, according to a semi-annual survey from Dice. Most companies surveyed are planning to increase IT staffing by significant...
  • Making a Strong Case for IPv6
    Having Websites just reachable via IPv4 is not enough anymore. Companies need to adopt IPv6, which will enable them to successfully grow their business.

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