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  • 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. 

  • IT managers at smaller firms lack clout

    Research shows that IT managers at small businesses rarely make decisions about technology spending or strategy. Instead, managers of other business units are calling the shots. 

  • IT managers at small firms lack clout

    New research shows that IT managers at small businesses rarely make decisions about technology spending or strategy. Instead, managers of other business units are calling the shots about IT. 

  • Mainframe developer stereotype bucked by 23-year-old woman

    Kristine Harper is not your normal mainframe developer. First, she's a woman. Second, she's 23. So how did she get interested in the mainframe? 

  • Age does matter, Gartner says

    Gartner analysts say baby boomer CIOs have got to start thinking about technology, not as a means to an end, but as a way of life. Young workers get it -- do you? 

  • Lack of virtualization know-how resulting in failed projects

    Implementing virtualization technology can be costly and painful -- even more so if your IT staff can't grasp the skills necessary to deploy and manage it. 

  • Building IT to the 'point of no return'

    At this week's SIMposium in Dallas, CIOs agree that success means taking the 'get yourself a seat at the executive table' advice to the next level. 

  • Champy: Four processes to successful retention

    Increased turnover within an IT organization can lead to an overall decrease in productivity and quality of work. In his monthly column, James Champy suggests an offensive approach to retention and offers four tips for retaining qualified IT employee... 

  • Intel layoffs hit IT departments

    The reported 10,000-plus layoffs will primarily hit the marketing and IT departments. The company hopes the move will help to save $2 billion in annual costs. 

  • Skills shortage boosts salaries, study finds

    Hiring managers are having just as much, if not more, difficulty finding IT professionals than they did last year, a new study reports. Two-fifths say they'll increase starting salaries in response.