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Where Are They Now? Nine Internet Phenoms

Memes come and go on the web, spread by email and YouTube and word of mouth. But what happens to the stars once the webcams are off?

7 Ways to Prevent Organizational Problems

One of the hallmarks of great leadership is the ability to ferret out destructive organizational problems before they impact the working culture, says Michael Roberto. As IT departments face cutbacks and mounting...Read More

Business and IT Disagree on Disaster Recovery

In a poll of IT executives and line-of-business leaders, a recent "State of Disaster Recovery" survey found that each group still has its own ideas about business continuity. Conducted by Harris ...Read More

Summer Reading for IT Managers

New books on IT project management, green technology, networking and outsourcing make up our quarterly reading list for IT pros.

Tech Job Updates

While the economy may show a few faint signs of strengthening, IT hiring managers still expect recessionary forces to dampen recruiting efforts for the next six months. New data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), as well as survey...Read More

IT Snooping on the Rise

A survey of over 400 IT pros by data-security firm Cyber-Ark indicates that tech workers have broad access to confidential data, and that they are using that access more now than before.

Nine IT Staffing Projections for Q3 2009

IT recruitment firm Robert Half Technology has released its third quarter IT Hiring Index and Skills Report, and the results are mixed. The IT employment outlook is healthy in certain industries and certain parts ...Read More

Six Steps to Stop SQL Injections

According to IBM ISS X-Force findings, SQL injections last year became the most common Web-based attack technique. Hackers are successful with these attacks largely due to poor coding practices. The following are six ways organizations can start to mitigate the risk from SQL injections.

Best Practices for Electronic Health Records and Virtualization

The Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Beth Israel Deaconess Physician Organization EHR project team provides some lessons learned from its big virtualization project. See also: the project in depth.

Cost-Cutting Beyond Layoffs

As the rate of increase in new unemployment claims slows, a survey report released by outplacement consultancy Challenger, Gray & Christmas shows that human resource executives are resorting to salary cuts and pay freezes to cut costs, rather than cutting jobs outright. Comparisons are with an earlier survey by the firm.

Trends in Green IT

Symantec recently commissioned Applied Research to survey over 1,000 North American IT professionals about their attitudes and practices regarding green IT. The findings showed significant uptick in green IT plans, strategies and spend...Read More

Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Underutilized

Accenture recently surveyed 300 senior IT professionals in North America and the UK about their ERP systems. The following slides highlight the survey results.

10 Must-Listen Project Management Podcasts

What you need know, while you’re on the go.

11 Classic Depictions of Technology in Film

The recent release—and smashing success—of the new Star Trek and Terminator films has given techies a reason to rejoice. It’s no secret why IT folks flock to sci-fi movies: They love to see how Hollywood depicts ...Read More

Web 2.0 Security Still Lags

Many technology managers are having a hard time tracking the use of Web 2.0 technologies and protecting their organizations from the inherent risks of interactive media. Websense recently conducted an in-depth survey on the m...Read More
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