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A Menagerie of Awful Co-workers

Jean-Paul Sartre said "Hell is other people," and although he said it in French and was not known as an expert on the IT workplace, I think you know what he was talking about. Not all people, of course - I'm sure you have none of the characteristics of the folks on this list. Right?

Good News on IT Jobs

CIOs are growing more bullish about future hiring. According to Robert Half Technology's quarterly IT Hiring Index and Skills Report, the IT hiring surplus-the percentage of CIOs expecting to add staff minus the percentage ex...Read More

Nine Tech Turkeys of 2009

Whether through bankruptcy, bad business decisions, loss of big contracts or huge declines in shareholder value, these ten companies lost their luster this year.

Virtualization Driving Server Sales

As virtual machine density increases within the enterprise, more organizations will need to update their servers to handle the increased loads. So say the analysts at IDC and at Gartner. We examine the numbers from bot...Read More

IT Certifications Lose Luster

According to IT Skills and Certifications Pay Index released by Foote Partners, every category of IT certification, save one, saw a decline in pay premiums over the last 12 months. The percentages shown are the change in pay premium over the given period of time.

Hot IT Jobs for 2010

Even in a jobless recovery, some skills are in demand, and even command a pay premium. The most recent Foote Partners survey ranked the following non-certified IT skills as the hottest on the market as of the end of October; the firm publishes its IT Skills & Certifications Pay Index quarterly.

45 Fast Facts About Microsoft

Details you may not know about the world’s biggest software company.

10 Reasons Your Team Hates You

Mike Figliuolo of thoughtLEADERS, LLC says workers often are less happy with their bosses than they let on. "If you don't start fixing some of these behaviors, you might end up with a mutiny on your hands," he writes. Here's Mike's list of 10 obstacles to a happy team.

Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs

See also A Brief History of Apple This list of "7 Lessons from a Marketing Genius" was created by Carmine Gallo, author of The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs: How to Be Insanely Great in Front of Any Audienc...Read More

Securing Smaller Companies

Some basic security practices are starting to become pervasive within small-to-midsized businesses, although these organizations may still leave a few gaps in the armor. A recent study sponsored by GFI Technologies polled 540 SMB IT...Read More

Eight Technology Letdowns

Technology is subject to grandiose expectations, and often it fails to live up to the hype. We’ve made huge gains in information management, communications, and getting sports scores on our mobile devices, but the promises unmet leave us wanting more.

IT Employee Confidence Sees a Bump

The latest IT Employee Confidence Index from Technisource, compiled from surveys conducted by Harris Interactive during the third quarter, shows that IT pros are gaining confidence in the IT employment market and the overall economy.

Where the Jobs Went

Planned job losses fell for the third month in a row in October, down 16% from September to 55,679, according to Challenger, Gray & Christmas. Despite the deceleration, it's been another brutal year. Here's a look at where most cuts were expected, and why.

10 Things to Hate About the iPhone

The iPhone has been a technology game-changer and a cultural icon, yet Apple, despite its design wizardry, is still a non-factor in the enterprise IT market. We scoured the Internet looking for recurring complaints abou...Read More

7 Musts of Systemic Security Strategy

RSA recently came up with a list of seven guiding principles it considers key toward developing a systemic security strategy. Baseline takes a deeper dive.
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