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Baby boomer retirements will blow IT skills gap wide open

it comes to job candidates, Bersohn stressed. But for some roles, that heavenly candidate may not come from ...

Microsoft to update Intune EMM platform with new features for Android

the creation of Wi-Fi profiles with pre-shared keys for Android devices and the ability to resolve certificate ...

ARM acquires Bluetooth tech firms to improve battery life of IoT devices

Wicentric/Sunrise release- check out this IDG News Service story Related Articles: IoT groups ink collaboration deal ...

Trimble adds Wi-Fi data capability to its compactor control system

landfill and asphalt compactors used at construction sites. Using a Wi-Fi network enabled by Trimble's ...

Juniper launches network firewall with 2Tbps throughput for large enterprises

when it comes to combatting aggressive cyberattacks Are data breaches really on the rise? Coca-Cola ...

Tech's richest women pale in comparison to male counterparts

Facebook's COO Sheryl Sandberg did, and comes in at number two, with a fortune valued at $1.22 billion. Right on her heels came Alibaba con-founder Lucy Peng, with $1.2 billion in assets. The bulk of the fortunes of these women comes in the form of stock in their own companies, the article noted. For example, much ...

Microsoft to integrate mobile apps into Cyanogen's Android-based OS

the latest version of its operating system, Cyanogen OS 12, which includes a new enterprise-friendly email ...

Tiny ads coming to smartwatches; Wikipedia's new iOS app;

Tiny ads coming to smartwatches >> Report: Here come tiny ads on smartwatches (ZDNet) Wikipedia's new iOS app >> Wikipedia's New iOS App Sees An Improved Design, Adds Social Features With Shareable 'Fact Cards' (TechCrunch) AT&T, Verizon leave Microsoft apps out >> AT&T, ...

CIOs be warned: Poachers are on the prowl for everyone, except you

good use of them, including "social media, analytics, and all the things that come out ...

Spotlight: What's going on in the mind of the DevOps detractor?

The DevOps movement receives its fair share of criticism, and the latest comes from Python programmer Jeff Knupp, who goes so far as to say DevOps is actually killing the developer. Knupp's argument boils down to his belief that DevOps is only for startups, but for DevOps to work, every company ...