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Google adhered to its 90-day policy and disclosed vulnerability details about a bug in Windows the day before Microsoft was scheduled to publish the patch. Which company is right?
Here are some odd interview questions by hiring managers at some leading companies.
How well you accommodate the needs of your developers can make or break their ability to work productively.
Careful research, thoughtful planning, and honest self-assessment can help you make a successful leap into the IT consultant role. But the realities of the job will still surprise ...
TechRepublic member poll reaffirms that Microsoft is, indeed, one of the world's most ethical companies.
Despite past business practices that suggest otherwise, Microsoft is now one of the most ethical companies in the world.
In our latest Call for Feedback, we asked for stories about those who have helped you in your career. Turns out there's a lot of positive influence in IT.
Donovan Colbert argues that settling for mandatory, walled gardens is giving away the liberty to use your hardware as you see fit.
A close partnership between Microsoft and Facebook may just be the unholy alliance required to thwart Google and their plans for world domination.
TechRepublic member dcolbert says a major Ubuntu Linux security flaw, and a lack of accountability by the Linux community, will keep him from ever considering it as a viable altern...