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IT Staffing Trends

While spending predictions may have scared IT workers about their job prospects, a recent poll of CIOs by the Society for Information Management found that IT HR spending trends in 2010 may be more favorable than workers fear.

Security Audits Survive Budget Cuts

IT dollars are tight, but most organizations are still spending on security audits. Amplitude Research surveyed 350 IT executives and network administrators about their security and compliance activities.

Social Networking Without Tears

A recent survey conducted by Robert Half Technology found that many businesses ban sites such as Facebook and Twitter in the workplace. Seen as a distraction by some, these sites have potential value to IT employees who use them...Read More

Eleven Ways Google is Evil

by Edward Cone UPDATE: Google's backroom deal with Verizon on net neutrality has people talking again about the company's core values. While Google has earned some non-evil points since this slideshow first appeared by ...Read More

Where the IT Jobs Are Now

While the U.S. economy continues to struggle, there are pockets of strength in the IT labor market. To find the hot spots, both by specialization and by industry, we spoke with the following experts: David Van De Voort, IT workforce s...Read More

The 2010 IT Budget

The Society for Information Management recently polled CIOs about their IT spending priorities and plans for dollar allocation in the coming year.

CIO Priorities for 2010

The Society for Information Management (SIM) surveyed CIOs and IT executive leaders about their top priorities for 2010, based on a list of 20 IT and business concerns.

Smarter Search with Solr

The open source search software behind some of the web’s hippest sites. By David F. Carr Read Carr's article on Solr, and see our slideshow on a related project, Hadoop.

The Pace of Going Green

BT in North America interviewed 150 IT workers from a wide range of organizations to get a feel for their businesses’ attitudes, policies and procedures around green IT.

Questioning the Value of Recruiters

IT workers on the hunt for greener pastures look for any advantage they can find to land that dream job. But just how useful are recruiters in the technology job market? asked as much this month in its September job update.

Business Intelligence for All

Business Intelligence (BI) projects are often the domain of large enterprises, but small to medium businesses can also benefit from BI if they move carefully. Aberdeen Group recently released a report that detailed a...Read More

VMworld Focuses on Management

Crowds gathered recently at the Moscone Center to discuss innovations in virtualization. With so many companies deploying virtualization solutions on a massive scale, this year's hot topics were around managing and optimizing virtualized platforms and systems.

Facebook Activities Haunting Job Seekers

According to research conducted by CareerBuilder, social networking poses a serious threat to job seekers who have posted inappropriate information about themselves. With so many IT workers taking advantage of sites suc...Read More

Managing Identity Data Through Corporate Restructurings

These are tumultuous times, characterized by shot-gun mergers, acquisitions, and corporate restructurings resulting in mass lay-offs. This corporate churn forces companies to change employee access to se...Read More

Mainframes Still Important to the Enterprise

CA recently polled 100 technology executives at companies that use IBM System z mainframes. They reported that their loyalty to mainframe technology stems from its ability to meet requirements for reliability, resilience, security, management, and compliance. See also: The Mainframe Career Option.
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