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The UK government is recommended to allow start-ups to employ workers from outside Europe in developer and cyber security roles without trying to fill those roles domestically.
There's nothing like a blizzard to get you out to meet your neighbors. In 2015, even more civic technologies are connecting people to information about city services and to one ano...
Here are the key takeaways from CompTIA's latest research on what IT job seekers and employers need to know for the coming year.
John Sculley, the former CEO of Apple, spoke with TechRepublic about his new book Moonshot, his career in technology, and his thoughts on the direction of Apple.
Kate Ryder is about to launch Maven, a digital health clinic for women. She talked to TechRepublic about transitioning from journalism to investment to entrepreneurship.
The Ponemon Institute completed their annual look at how well companies are coping with cyber attacks. Cybercrime is up 10.4% over the previous year.
Tech chiefs on finding - and if needed making - staff with the right skills.
How conflict minerals funded a war that killed millions, and why tech giants are finally cleaning up their act
The rich mineral mines of the Democratic Republic of Congo supply valuable minerals to the tech industry, but they come at a deadly cost that is finally being faced.
The IT job market is on the rise, and top jobs include anything in big data, mobile, cloud or security. Learn more about the latest hiring trends with TechRepublic's roundtable of ...
Data scientists that focus on open source technologies make more money than those dealing in proprietary technologies.