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15 Key Projects for the Data Center

Applied Research West recently tallied up surveys from over 1,700 organizations of all sizes from around the world for Symantec's annual State of the Data Center report. Unsurprisingly, the biggest priorities within th...Read More

Virtualization Wins, Issues Remain

CDW's Server Virtualization Life Cycle Report compiles results of a survey of nearly 400 IT managers, from companies with 100 or more employees, about server virtualization. The report showed that the vast majority of o...Read More

Hard Times in the Data Center

IT leaders say they're having trouble keeping their data centers staffed with competent, trained employees. Budget strains, training woes, and recruiting issues are among the issues at hand. These statistics come from the 2010 edition of Symantec's annual State of the Data Center report.

Top 10 Business Analysis Trends for 2010

ESI International, a provider of learning-based tools and certifications in project management and program management, offers 10 trends that will impact requirements management and development (RMD) this year.

Seven Reasons IT is Hard

There certainly have been better times in the history of business to be working in IT. The slow economic recovery has done little to correct the damage done to IT departments, and over-stressed IT workers contend with lon...Read More

Forecasting a Brighter 2010

Forrester Research recently updated its predictions for IT spending in 2010. So far, the outlook looks bright-particularly compared to last year, which saw an 8.9% drop in global IT spending. Forrester reports an expected 8.1% increase in spending globally and 6.5% rise within the U.S.

40 Fast Facts about Oracle

How much do you know about the hard-charging enterprise software giant? See also: Fast Facts About Google; Fast Facts on Microsoft, Fast Facts on HP

Six Careers with Promise

The U.S. Department of Labor projects the fastest-growing jobs through 2016. IT careers look like winners.

No More Useless Meetings

Meetings are a drag, and worse, they are often a waste of time. But Jean Van Rensselar of Chicago-based Smart PR Communications says productive, half-hour meetings are doable. "Lack of planning and unproductive discussion...Read More

IT's Seven Deadly Sins

Running an effective, efficient IT operation is no easy task. Chris Oleson (an IT manager), Mike Hagan (an IT executive) and Christophe DeMoss (a national consultant) co-authored "Achieving IT Service Quality: The Opposite of Luck...Read More

10 Worst Jobs for 2010

Think your job is tough? Think again. Compare your daily routine to the those on's list of 10 Worst Jobs of 2010, and chances are you'll start feeling better about your career choices. See also: 10 Best Jobs of 2010.

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
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