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  • A booming job market means headaches for CIOs

    New research shows that IT salaries are growing at a faster rate than any time this decade. With a shrinking talent pool and expanding headcounts, CIOs are scrambling to hire new staff and to hold on to those they already have. 

  • IT shops deal with growth -- and flat budgets

    Forrester Research projects flat SMB IT budget growth this year. Since SMBs are growing, this will put pressure on IT organizations. 

  • CIOs bullish on Q1 hiring

    Experts predict that IT hiring will show solid growth in 2007 and CIOs will work especially hard to keep good workers. 

  • CIOs face global competition, more cost pressures in 2007

    Innovation, global competition and staff retention are among the priorities CIOs should focus on in 2007, according to columnist James Champy. 

  • Geezers revolt: Age discrimination tops the best CIO stories of 2006

    Of the many issues we followed this year, age discrimination hit home hardest with our CIO readers. But other stories struck a nerve, too. Revisit the issues that mattered most to you in our 2006 collection of best CIO stories. 

  • Gartner: Firms at risk of losing women technologists

    Gartner analysts take on the IT gender gap, singing the praises of the fairer sex. Whether they are doing women any favors is open to debate. 

  • Got IT credentials?

    SMBs hire all types of IT professionals, from those with a basic four-year college degree to MBA's, PhD.'s, technical certifications and more. Does it matter? 

  • Got credentials?

    SMBs hire all types of IT professionals, from those with a basic four-year college degree to MBA's, PhD.'s, technical certifications and more. Does it matter? 

  • Consulting lucrative gig for baby-boomer CIOs

    Many CIOs are turning to consulting and project-based work to keep working. Some do it by choice. But a growing number do it because it beats being out of work altogether. 

  • In IT, better to be a big fish in a small pond

    Not everyone aspires to work for an enterprise organization. In fact, a new survey suggests that IT managers at smaller companies may be generally more satisfied with their jobs.