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IT budgets edge upward, IT hiring takes a dip

A new study finds that the number of CIOs that expect budget increases has risen through the first half of 2015.

Tech industry's LGBT support to be put to the test in historic Equality Act intro

Efforts by dozens of leading firms in the technology industry and others will see full workplace discrimination protection reform finally put to the test, as Thursday afternoon a historic Equality Act is expected to be introduced in Congress.

CIOs: 1 is the loneliest number, so avoid it

Being in the C-suite can be difficult for multiple reasons, not the least of them being how lonely it can get. Longtime IT leader and consultant offered his advice for CIOs to avoid being the lonely at the top.

News Scan: The pains of being a gov CIO; Learning from the journey; More

The top news stories for July 17, 2015.

Power, purpose and passion: 3 keys to happy millennial workers

Millennials are often said to be a different breed of employee. Young workers aren't looking for the same type of eperience in the workplace as baby boomers once did, many staffing experts insist. 

Winning Roles lets data scientists predict employee success

Talent Analytics has announced 'Winning Roles' predictions, which enables data scientists to predict the likelihood of an employee's succes in multiple roles.

News Scan: ERetail sales expected to reach $1.7T; CFOs cite cyberattacks among greatest worries; More

The top news stories for July 15, 2015.

Want to make more as a developer? Work in the US

Across the board, it seems as though software engineers and developers earn more in the U.S. than the U.K. 

News Scan: PC sales continue to decline; Colleges not producing grads with the skills organizations require; More

The top news stories for July 10, 2015.

IT hiring emerges as hottest jobs sector, confirms new study

IT hiring managers that have been feeling the pain looking for skilled IT workers this year can brace for more bad news: information technology is now at the top of the "hot hiring" list for the remainder of the year.