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11 Ways to Make Your Coworkers Hate You

Etiquette may not be dead, but it's endangered. Even people who aren't downright rude can be heedless and self-involved -- and that can make for an uncomfortable workplace.

Eight Ways to Slice Your Tax Bill

It's that time of year, the time when you realize you can't put off doing your taxes any longer. But since you've waited this long, you might as well pause to check out these money-saving tips.

40 Fast Facts on Apple

Long before the iPad and the iPhone, Apple was remaking the computer industry and shaking up popular culture. Corporate power plays, personal drama, hits and misses at the cutting edge of technology design - all inform the ...Read More

Tech Titans Among World Powers

Forbes' list of the World's Most Powerful People has no surprises at the tippy-top, where large-country leaders like Obama, Hu, and Putin are clustered. But starting with number five, just after Ben Bernanke, come G...Read More

Terrible Tech Predictions

Much chortling in the blogosphere over an unearthed Newsweek article from 1995 by Clifford Stoll, which trashed the idea of the internet as an "information superhighway" with broad uses. Titled "The Internet? Bah!," the ...Read More

10 Most Dangerous Web Application Vulnerabilities

Security company Cenzic released at RSA their findings for the second half of 2009. Web app vulnerabilities are popping up throughout the enterprise as more organizations depend on insecure, quickly developed ...Read More

CFOs Head for the Clouds

Many CIOs report to CFOs, so it's important to understand what the financial types are thinking, and one thing they have on their minds is cloud computing. BDO's third annual Technology Survey of Chief Financial Officers, conducted in January, parsed the responses of 100 CFOs at major US tech companies.

Spam Rules the World

The German email security firm eleven releases a bimonthly report on spam and malware, based on its analysis of a billion emails each day from 30,000 global installations. These numbers are from the the December 2009/January 2010 report. See also: Email Management Lags

Six Ways the Mobile Market Can Thrive

The mobile phone market is changing drastically. After years of rapid growth, potential new customers are scarce, so efforts have shifted to getting subscribers to upgrade to smart phones, and to selling more s...Read More

How People Cheat on Resumes

Challenger, Gray & Christmas says the tight job market is pushing more people to embroider their resumes. In its 2009 Hiring Index, ADP reported that 46 percent of employment, education and/or credential reference chec...Read More

Prudish Apple Stifles Innovation

Apple's decision to remove sexy apps from the iPhone App Store has kicked up a furor -- and not just among people who want to look at nudie pics on the go. The real danger goes way beyond porn; as big brains like ...Read More

25 Most Dangerous Programming Errors

The 2010 CWE/SANS list of most-dangerous programming errors ranks "widespread and critical programming errors that can lead to serious software vulnerabilities. They are often easy to find, and easy to exploit. They will f...Read More

Geek's Guide to the Oscars

The upcoming Academy Awards should command interest among the IT crowd, even though the hardcore tech stuff is segregated from the big show. Movie buffs in the tech world will have a stake in the game when the Academy of...Read More

20 IT Certifications Worth Having

The most recent Foote Partners IT Skills and Certification Pay Index shows that while the value of many certifications drooped in the gloomy 2009 economy, some certifications still command a pay premium over the ...Read More

Young Workers Shake Up IT

What's the impact of Gen Y on IT shops? Accenture Global Research on Millennials' Use of Technology says, "Companies intent on attaining high performance must accept and adapt to achieve the transformation potential this always-connected, instant-messaged generation can offer."
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