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Government Is Falling Behind on Cybersecurity, Report Finds
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Government Is Falling Behind on Cybersecurity, Report Finds

A report released by the Partnership for Public Service and Booz Allen Hamilton has found that the U.S. federal government is falling behind in its efforts to protect...

Mobile Computing Task Force: Making the Way For Mobile Learning
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Mobile Computing Task Force: Making the Way For Mobile Learning

"I am helping to change the classroom." That's what Mike Dickson told his grandmother during a telephone conversation when she asked what he did for a living. Dickson...

College Class of 2009 Holds Ground With Average Starting Salary Offer
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College Class of 2009 Holds Ground With Average Starting Salary Offer

Despite instability in the overall job market, the college class of 2009 held its ground with its overall average starting salary offer, according to a new report...

Is Social Networking a Career Safety Net?
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Is Social Networking a Career Safety Net?

Creating and maintaining a large social network of professional contacts can be a safety net during lean economic times. During a recession, jobs are typically...

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It Job Market Improving, Gradually

Sparked by the Obama Administration's interest in healthcare and cyber-security, the long-term employment trend appears to favor robust growth in the IT market....

Seeking Advice on Women in Science
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Seeking Advice on Women in Science

A hearing of the U.S. House Committee on Science and Technology's Subcommittee on Research and Science Education concluded that while the scientific and engineering...

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Educating Our Own Computer Hackers

The recent wave of cyber-attacks on American and South Korean Web sites raises a new kind of security issue: Do we have enough brainpower in the pipeline to counter...

The 'flat' World Is 'open': How Technology Is Changing Education
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The 'flat' World Is 'open': How Technology Is Changing Education

A new book by an Indiana University School of Education professor takes a comprehensive look at how Web technology is changing worldwide education. "The World is...

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Social Networking Helping Women Turn on to Tech

A new report from Orange Labs suggests that technology will play a key role in drawing more women to careers in information technology. The report, "Her Code:...

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DAC Workshops Focus on Design Techniques, Careers, Emerging EDA Apps

ACM's 46th Design Automation Conference (DAC) will give industry professionals an opportunity to learn more about front- and back-end design issues and to participate...

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Merage Foundation Gives Technion $12 Million to Start Mba Program

The Andre and Katherine Merage Foundation of Southern California has given the American Technion Society a $12 million gift to start a business school at Israel's...

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­.s. Scientists See H1-B Visas as Major Issue Against Progress, Says Survey

U.S. residents hold a high opinion of scientists, but only a minority feel that U.S. scientific achievements are the best in the world, according to a new Pew Research...

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Growing Employer Confidence Visible in It Sector

Employer confidence in Australia~s IT sector has risen for the first time since March 2008. According to the latest Employment Expectations survey from recruitment...

CS Project Team Aims to Increase Female Participation
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CS Project Team Aims to Increase Female Participation

According to an ACM-W Ambassador in Turkey, one way to increase female participation in the computer science field is through the creation of international student...

Enlisting in It: Free Certifications Help Vets Fight Unemployment
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Enlisting in It: Free Certifications Help Vets Fight Unemployment

Military veterans are making the transition into civilian technology careers with the help of free IT certifications. Instead of retiring, these veterans are starting...

Global Work Experience as a Career Boost
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Global Work Experience as a Career Boost

Martha Heller, managing director of the IT Leadership Practice at ZRG Partners, says that global work experience can be a stepping stone to more senior-level IT...

Scientist Shortage? Maybe Not
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Scientist Shortage? Maybe Not

The predictions are dire, the language grim: Looming shortfalls. Gathering storm. Disturbing mosaic. It's not the economy or global warming. It's the coming shortage...

It Works to Dispel Nerdy Image to Students
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It Works to Dispel Nerdy Image to Students

In Canada, the ICT sector is trying to shed its 'nerdy' image in hope of luring the tech-savvy millennial generation back to computer science careers. In response...

Breaking Down the Gender Barrier
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Breaking Down the Gender Barrier

A recent ACM survey of more than 1,400 college-bound high school students found that 45 percent of boys see a computer science major as a "very good" choice, but...

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Emc Aims to Tap the Best Brains in Computer Science

Even though EMC Corp. makes some of the world's most advanced data-storage gear, the Hopkinton, Mass. company is going back to school. Late last month, EMC unveiled...
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