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Exploding IT job market has Big Apple employers reeling

between July 2013 and June 2014, IT and healthcare accounted for 45 percent of all middle skill level jobs ...

Microsoft's Band perfect Apple Watch rival; US adults balk at driverless cars;

Microsoft's Band perfect Apple Watch rival >> The Apple Watch just got the perfect rival: Microsoft's Band (Wired) U.S. adults balk at driverless cars >> Poll: U.S. residents unsure about driverless cars (The Hill) Android creator leaves Google >> Android creator Andy Rubin ...

Why hiring, promoting more women in IT is good for the bottom line

and 8 ways to help them  Female IT leaders share career stories, advice ...

Evolution of the CISO; Making the web safer;

October 31, 2014 And Finally...  These viral two sentence horror stories are creepier than any scary movie ...

Microsoft unveils specifications for second generation cloud server design

Microsoft's hardware designs to a manufacturer and have them build the exact systems--down to the screws used. According to Microsoft, the Open Cloud Server specification version 2 (OCS v2) will go a step further ...

Infographic: Mobile app usage set to explode

Mobile app downloads are expected to soar to 269 billion by 2017, up from 180 billion this year, according to stats compiled by Forbes and Statista in an infographic. Mobile games were the most popular mobile apps downloaded from Apple's App Store in June of this year. They made up 20 percent ...

Microsoft throws open the door to Office 365 with release of APIs

across Office 365 mail, contacts, calendar and files. According to Microsoft, there are more than 400 ...

OS X Yosemite Wi-Fi problems stump Mac owners

OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 6, rolls out new public beta ...

Unify's Circuit seeks to bring Skype-like conferencing into browsers

about conversations," remarked Unify CMO Bill Hurley in a taped demo which premiered Tuesday ...

Aereo wins by losing: FCC's Wheeler advocates rule change for net streamers

Tuesday, confirming various preludes by FCC officials that such a Catch-22 could not be allowed to stand, ...