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IT Spending Headed for Pre-Recession Levels

Will the cloud, blade servers and mobile gizmos save tech in 2010? IDC says these are among the most promising tech products, services, and trends for the young year.

11 Stupid Facebook Tricks

You may consider Facebook an outlet for socializing - as do many of the site's more than 400 million active users. But, as in life, there are Common Acts of Human Stupidity that damage reputations, relationships. See also: Social nets and job searches; Smart social networking; Facebook haunts job-seekers.

IT Optimism Grows

The Business Confidence Index reported by the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) has turned positive for the first time since its launch in June 2009, with more tech execs conveying an optimistic view of the economy than a pessimistic one. IT professionals from about 300 U.S.-based companies were surveyed.

Most Confusing Tech Buzzwords

The Global Language Monitor has released its list of "most confusing high tech buzzwords of the decade (2000-2009). Said GLM president Paul JJ Payack, "The words we use in high technology continue to become even more obtuse even as they move out of the realm of jargon and into the language at large." We hear you, man.

A Brief History of Malware

Coping with the tangle of viruses, worms, Trojan Horses and rootkits that infest today's IT environment is no simple task - and threats are growing more sophisticated every day. Here's a look at how malware has evolved and how it has changed the stakes for enterprises large and small.

Hot IT Jobs: Information Security

A bright spot in the global IT job market: information security. A report from the professional organization (ISC)2 shows that companies still crave workers with IT security skills, and they're willing to pay a premium to get t...Read More

40 Fast Facts about Intel

As the top semiconductor manufacturer and a key catalyst of the PC revolution, Intel has been in the public eye for four decades. How much do you know about the company that helped put the silicon in Silicon Valley? See also: Fast facts on Apple, Linux, Microsoft, Oracle, Google and HP.

16 Ways to Rebound from a Layoff

Mass layoffs are common in every industry—including tech. Just in January, there were more than 1,750 official mass layoffs in the U.S. resulting in nearly 182,300 job losses. Here's how to bounce back quickly if this happens to you. See also: Keep from Getting Laid Off, Will Your Job Be Outsourced?

10 Ways to Make Yourself Layoff Proof

More than 350,000 tech jobs have been lost due to layoffs since August 2008. How can you avoid becoming a statistic? See also: How to Rebound from a Layoff, Will Your Job be Outsourced?

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
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