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10 Best Jobs for 2010

Love your job? So do the folks at, who put two IT specialties on their list of 10 Best Jobs of 2010. Their definition of "best job" seems heavily weighted toward sedentary indoor work, available to a broad sw...Read More

Meet the Latest iPhone Killer

The newest Android phone breaks some new ground in the mobile wars — it's available directly from Google, and it's not tethered to a single carrier. But how does it stack up against the iPhone and other contenders for the smart-phone crown? Reviews are positive, but the game is just beginning.

How to Ace a Job Interview

Adapted from the site How to Nail an Interview, created by marketing pro Steinar Skipsness; the videos there must be seen to be believed.

The War Between Business and IT

Susan Cramm's forthcoming book, 8 Things We Hate About IT: How to Move Beyond the Frustrations to Form a New Partnership With IT (Harvard Business Press, March 2010), examines the frustrations common to the business-IT rel...Read More

Security Predictions for 2010

A look at some of the new year's big issues on the security front, courtesy of ICSA Labs, a vendor-neutral testing and certification lab used by many top security vendors.

Trends for 2010

Our research shows 10 business and technology trends that will help define the IT landscape in 2010.

IT Leadership: Playing to Win

Great coaches can galvanize individuals with different interests and divergent objectives, and focus them on a common goal. Joe Frontiera, PhD and Dan Leidl, PhD, managing partners of Meno Consulting, spoke with elite lacros...Read More

12 Job-Killing References

The law protects former employees from bad-mouthing by their ex-bosses, but many references are surprisingly blunt nonetheless. Allison & Taylor, a reference-checking and employment verification firm based in Detroit, released a list of some real-life bad references encountered over the course of 2009.

Ten Ways to Fire Up Your Team

Workforce motivation expert Jon Gordon, a consultant for the NFL and numerous Fortune 500 enterprises, and the author of The Shark and the Goldfish: Positive Ways to Thrive During Waves of Change, has ten recommendations for reenergizing and engaging employees in the face of economic turmoil.

Top Tech Stories of the Year

Our take on the biggest news and trends of 2009.

Leveraging Social Networks in Your Job Search

A recent report from Challenger, Gray and Christmas says social networking services such as LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook are the hottest tool in the job seeker's arsenal. Here are the recruiting fir...Read More

40 Fast Facts about Google

It's the most successful company of the internet era, a reshaper of industries, a symbol of both good things and bad in the new economy. But how much do you really know about Google? See also: Fast Facts on Microsoft, Fast Facts on HP, and Why Google is Evil.

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.
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