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How IBM Research Innovates How It Innovates
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How IBM Research Innovates How It Innovates

IBM Research has updated its approach to innovation over the last decade to become more outward-facing, collaborative, and closer to the action.

Best Places to Work in It 2017
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Best Places to Work in It 2017

Computerworld's annual Best Places to Work in IT list showcases the top 100 U.S. workplaces for technology professionals. Seventy percent of the organizations say they...

One-In-Three Developers Fear A.i. Will Replace Them
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One-In-Three Developers Fear A.i. Will Replace Them

What keeps software developers up at night, other than coding? The fear that artificial intelligence systems can replace them, according to a new survey.

Two Dozen Disney It Workers Prepare to Sue Over Foreign Replacements
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Two Dozen Disney It Workers Prepare to Sue Over Foreign Replacements

At least 23 former Disney IT workers have filed complaints with the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) over the loss of their jobs to foreign...

Fury and Fear in Ohio as It Jobs Go to India
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Fury and Fear in Ohio as It Jobs Go to India

The IT workers at Cengage Learning in the company's Mason, Ohio, offices learned of their fates game-show style.

For Big Raises in It, Look to Mobile, Security, Big Data
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For Big Raises in It, Look to Mobile, Security, Big Data

IT salaries will remain mostly unchanged in 2015, except for workers with highly coveted skills in areas such as security, big data, and mobility. Despite smaller...

For Half, STEM Degrees Lead to Other Jobs
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For Half, STEM Degrees Lead to Other Jobs

A recent U.S. Census Bureau report says only about 26 percent of those who graduate with a four-year degree in a science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM)...

Five Reasons Why Your It Job Search Is Getting Harder
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Five Reasons Why Your It Job Search Is Getting Harder

Five major IT hiring trends have the potential to change the recruiting landscape over the next 12 months.

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Why the ­.s. May Lose the Race to Exascale

In the global race to build the next generation of supercomputers—exascale—there is no guarantee the U.S. will finish first.

It Recruiters Mine Social Media For Hidden Tech Talent
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It Recruiters Mine Social Media For Hidden Tech Talent

IT professionals increasingly leave bits and pieces of their personal information and professional history scattered across many different social media sites, making...

Eight Hot It Skills For 2014
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Eight Hot It Skills For 2014

While overall demand for IT professionals is expected to remain steady in 2014, there are eight hot IT skills that have the potential to reshape the hiring landscape...

Fed Says Tech Demand Outstripping Supply in Boston, San Francisco
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Fed Says Tech Demand Outstripping Supply in Boston, San Francisco

The U.S. Federal Reserve's recently released Beige Book states that demand for certain types of technology skills is outpacing supply in some markets, particularly...

Why It Has to Change How It Recruits Talent
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Why It Has to Change How It Recruits Talent

For any IT executive, not just C-level executives, it's important to foster a diverse workforce where everyone can reach his or her full potential. This means creating...

India to Overtake ­.s. on Number of Developers By 2017
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India to Overtake ­.s. on Number of Developers By 2017

India will exceed the United States in the number of software developers by 2017, according to a new Evans Data Corp. study.

Tech Hiring Accounts For 10% of ­.s. Employment Gains
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Tech Hiring Accounts For 10% of ­.s. Employment Gains

New information technology hires accounted for about 10 percent of all the job growth in the United States in June 2013. And total tech employment increased 0.51...

Skill Shortages? Not If You Pay or Train
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Skill Shortages? Not If You Pay or Train

Companies in search of workers with the most sought-after IT skills may be better off investing in training programs than hiring, according to IDC. One analysts...

Hot It Titles: Hybrids in High Demand
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Hot It Titles: Hybrids in High Demand

Many hot new IT job titles are based around areas such as Big Data and business intelligence that combine technology with business strategy. Hybrid IT job titles...

Should ­niversities Offer Cobol Classes?
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Should ­niversities Offer Cobol Classes?

Billions of lines of Cobol code are still in use at large businesses and in government agencies. However, Cobol is only taught as an elective at most universities...

Health Providers Can't Find, Keep It Staff
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Health Providers Can't Find, Keep It Staff

Under pressure from federal regulators to implement electronic health systems, healthcare providers are struggling to find and keep a technology staff in what is...

Computer Science Enrollments Rise 29% in 2011-12
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Computer Science Enrollments Rise 29% in 2011-12

Enrollment in computer-related degree programs has risen for the fifth straight year, according to the Computing Research Association. The association called the...
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