While retailers and healthcare organizations have dominated much of the data breach attention in recent weeks, a new study finds that the nation's colleges and universities are at even greater risk for cyberattacks.
The top news stories for August 21, 2014.
The next version of the Windows operating system, identified as Windows "Threshold" or Windows 9, could arrive as early as end-September.
The city of Munich, Germany, is in the news over the last few days over an apparent change of heart over Linux. Paul Mah takes a look at the both sides of the story, and explains why a Linux-only approach is likely to get you fired.
The nation's technology firms expect tech growth to continue unabated for the next three years, with peak profits predicted for 2017 and strong hiring into 2017.
News Scan: NSA spying fallout worse than first thought; Consumers await word on Supervalu breach severity; more.
The top news stories for August 20, 2014.
Here are some pointers on how companies can choose a new IT vendor.
While isolated, the notion of a messaging client leaking data is a serious one that calls for tighter control over instant messages in the enterprise.
The federal IT space and the private IT space are different in many ways; think budgets, hiring processes, leadership chains, regulations and much more. But while the two are very different, they both share a common theme--change.
CIO and CMTO partnerships haven't always been fruitful in the past. But there are hopeful signs, when you look at the changes going on with the chief marketing technologist role today.
News Scan: Fed. IT pros know downtime management is lacking; Math may be the problem with the lack of ladies in STEM; More
The top news stories for August 19, 2014.
Should you get the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 today, or wait? Paul Mah highlights two reasons why you may want to wait.
Microsoft has quietly recommended that users uninstall one of last week's security update after some users reported irrecoverable system crashes.
In the wake of several embarassing diversity reports from leading tech firms, the ITIC has vowed to make diversity hiring a top priority for the IT industry.
In what could be a landmark case regarding the growing practice of Bring-Your-Own-Device, a California Court of Appeals has ruled that employees must be reimbursed by their employer for the use of any personal devices for work-related matters.
News Scan: FCC extends net neutrality comment period; Consumers have no patience for your slow web site; more
The top news stories for August 18, 2014.
Internet outages traced to table limit of older network routers.
Foote Partners recently released data on the most in-demand IT skills and certifications in the IT market. And not surprisingly, topping the list are architecture and cloud skills.
This summer has seen a number of top technology firms disclose their diversity in hiring numbers, and with regard to women in IT, the news hasn't been encouraging.
The top news stories for August 15, 2014.