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News Scan: Approaching 50, Moore's Law gets tougher with age; CSOs can teach CIOs to talk security to the board; More

The top news stories for Nov. 21, 2014.

Does Microsoft's Nadella pay package go too far?; IoT adoption jumps by 333% in two years, says new study; More

The top news stories for Nov. 20, 2014.

IT Class of 2015 told: Brace for the very best year in a decade

A new study from Michigan State University suggests that 2015 could be far and away the best hiring year for IT grads in nearly a decade, with IT grads topping all industries when it comes to employer hiring needs.

News Scan: Women in IT twice as likely to quit the field; Application developers top the most wanted charts for 2015; More

The top news stories for Nov. 19, 2014.

IT's top jobs for 2015: higher education

Just like in the healthcare industry, IT recruiters in higher education can expect a tough time of it in 2015. The same factors are at play: rising IT salaries in the job market, and increased demand for skilled workers in all sectors.

Will cloud, security hires break the bank in 2015?

CIOs are being warned to brace for an extremely competitive market for IT security professionals and virtually any cloud-related jobs in 2015, all of which should push salaries up significantly.

IT's Hottest Jobs: Application architect

Virtually every organization has its own application development efforts underway, which has elevated the application architect to one of IT's key job roles. Rona Borre looks at what these professionals should have for skills and experience, and what it will take for you to acquire one.

News Scan: Cisco's Chambers blasts Obama on net neutrality stance; Are you contributing to IT skills gap?; more.

The top news stories for Nov. 13, 2014.

News Scan: Ignore layoffs--tech sector doing OK; The slow death of the Internet tax bill, again; More

The top news stories for Nov. 12, 2014.

News Scan: Top priorities of government CIOs; Supreme Court to hear Java dispute with Google; More

Top news for Nov. 11, 2014.