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2015 might not be a big hiring year for IT as more companies focus resources on the cloud. But there is also some good news, including the latest on IT spending, according to a new...
Read how releasing open data supports the federal government's goal of improving community resilience against climate change and primes the pump for meaningful reuse by tech giants...
High-stress projects can take their toll on your health. An IT contractor recalls being reminded of this life lesson during a recent Windows 7 migration project.
Learn how Google services can offer remote employees full productivity and participation in their businesses.
For some people, particularly introverted ones, the idea of networking in a career is off-putting. Maybe the concept should be revamped.
And the other posts since, and I do have my own rant. First, let me just set up an example with Xorg which is old and crusty. I have 4 screens on my box, and Xorg show its crap b...
An interface that fails to consider the user perspective isn't likely to win acceptance. Jack Wallen looks at user habits and attitudes that UI designers should keep in mind.
Consumers are turning away from traditional desktop systems -- and now it appears businesses are following suit.
Criticism can be tough to handle, especially for analytically inclined IT pros. Alan Norton offers some advice for weathering critical remarks.
Jack Wallen lists his top five free Android games that have a certain scary appeal for the Halloween season.