Opportunities are increasing for workers in many IT jobs, but one group of IT professionals is in especially high demand right now:
Many IT professionals tout certifications to help themselves stand out during the hiring process. But managers beware: Some certifications you see listed on resumes may not have been earned honestly.
A new information security law has been proposed in the Senate. If it’s passed, it could increase IT costs for many private companies, according to opponents of the bill.
The number of mobile devices – and the amount of data they transmit – is increasing rapidly.
IT departments are currently facing the huge challenge of dealing with quickly increasing amounts of data while budgets remain flat. That’s especially causing problems when it comes to managing backups and preparing for disaster recovery.
A recent poll reiterates what IT managers have probably heard a lot on their own: A lot of users would like to get set up to telecommute.
Though recent months have seen a lot of hype about targeted, high-profile attacks against large businesses and government agencies, most businesses really need to be worried about increases in traditional IT security threats.
The sponsor of the controversial Stop Online Piracy Act, or SOPA, is backing another bill that many critics say will diminish web users’ privacy.
Here’s proof that information security is a challenge for all organizations: Even the FBI and CIA recently fell victim to hacking attacks.
A new report says the majority of IT vendors are failing to provide a good experience for their customers.