Management IT

H-1B battle to take center stage in Senate on Tuesday

The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing Tuesday on the H-1B visa that will bring together the temporary visa's most outspoken critics and supporters.

TNT hybrid cloud deal boosts HP’s struggling enterprise services division

Six-year contract is another feather in HP's cap weeks after announcing Deutsche Bank deal

Electrical engineering employment declines nearly 10%, but developers up 12%

The number of people working as electrical engineers declined by 29,000 last year, continuing a long-standing trend, according to government data.

Behind the White House’s claim of 545,000 unfilled IT jobs

Earlier this week, the White House announced a plan to use $100 million in H-1B fees to help train people for technology jobs. To make its case for this new program, it said there were 545,000 "unfilled jobs" in information technology.

An extreme CTO

Ash Crick has many strings to his bow. He's been an IBM consultant, video producer, professional skydiver, and musician. These days, he's the chief technology officer (CTO) at Malaysia's iflix.

PC: le vendite nel 2015 potrebbero essere peggiori delle attese

IDC rivede al ribasso le stime per l’anno in corso e prevede un calo di vendite del 4,9%.

IT is the doctor

I've been privileged to meet IT professionals around the world, and I'm always struck by their many fine qualities. One of the most common of these is the desire to help others. As a group, IT people believe in progress and hold that technology can be an important part of making people's lives better. At work, we like to see that our products contribute to the efficiency, effectiveness and happiness of users and consumers.

IBM workforce declined 12% in 2014; losses tied to corporate divestitures

IBM's global workforce declined 12% last year, with most of the decrease due to corporate divestitures.

9 networking tips for introverts

Networking, whether during a job search or simply to maintain professional connections and grow your network, can be stressful, even for the most outgoing, extroverted job-hunter. For an introvert, however, the process can be downright paralyzing. Even though introverts are often creative, thoughtful and work well with others, it often seems that extroverts have the edge when it comes to networking and making beneficial professional connections. But if you're an introvert, you can make networking more enjoyable and more successful by translating it into an approach that works with and not against their personality.

Lessons to be learned from a project nightmare

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) is in the middle of an Oracle Financials implementation that has gone horribly wrong. Its experience should serve as a cautionary lesson for enterprises planning major projects.

La forza lavoro di IBM è calata bruscamente nel 2014

Molte di queste perdite lavorative sono da attribuire alle recenti dismissioni del colosso americano.

Google apre il suo store a Londra: nuova strategia per la grande G?

A cosa punta Google con l’inaugurazione del suo primo negozio fisico?

Obsolete, unreliable IT stressing out workers

Unreliable or obsolete technology is one of the biggest workplace stressors for Australians, according to new research.

The White House’s $100M, H-1B funded tech job plan comes under fire

The White House has established a $100 million program that endorses fast-track, boot camp IT training efforts and other four-year degree alternatives. But this...

Rebrand IT if you want more women to participate, says Camden exec

Many women are put off an IT career because it is still seen as being a job for 'geeks programming in basements', according to Hilary Simpson, a senior IT exec at Camden Council.

Vodafone pioneers maternity leave equality across the world

Vodafone has become the first firm to define a mandatory minimum maternity leave policy across its global divisions.

IBM investe 4 miliardi di dollari in cloud, mobile e analisi dati

Da questo investimento il colosso americano punta a ricavi per 40 miliardi di dollari nel 2018.

Professionisti IT vs utenti finali: 6 errori da evitare

Tra esperti e utilizzatori di tecnologie spesso c’è incomunicabilità. La colpa non è tutta da una parte, ma ci sono atteggiamenti che i migliori tecnici dovrebbero saper smussare

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IA e Data Scientist: i lavori del futuro stentano a decollare in Italia

Secondo Jobrapido è ancora limitato il numero di posizioni aperte in Italia per Data Scientist e specialisti dell’IA. Molto più maturo invece il mercato nel Regno Unito e nei Paesi Bassi.
dispositivi android

Sicurezza sempre più a rischio sui dispositivi Android

Le nuove rilevazioni di G DATA per i primi nove mesi del 2018 delineano uno scenario a dir poco inquietante per la sicurezza dei dispositivi Android. Cause? Scarsa attenzione e pochi aggiornamenti.
vodafone

5G a Milano: i 12 progetti di Vodafone tra sicurezza e Industria 4.0

Vodafone ha presentato 12 progetti innovativi per mostrare l’unicità e l’utilità del 5G nei più svariati ambiti, da quello sanitario a quello della sicurezza passando per intrattenimento e Industria 4.0.