7 Top Career Paths After IT
IT professionals looking to transition to new careers have skills that particularly suit certain roles. Consider this expert advice.
6 Ways To Build Trust In Big Data
Many business leaders may not believe what big data says, even when it shows increased revenue or efficiency. Big data has to earn their trust.
Banks Struggle To Get ATMs Off Windows XP
Most ATMS still run on Windows XP, according to one industry estimate. With less than nine months until Microsoft stops supporting the OS, a credit union exec explains why upgrading is so painful for financial institutions.
Scam Android Apps Plague Google Play
Victims get hit with a bill of more than $3,000 -- and given just three days to pay -- for what's labeled as an annual subscription fee to an online adult video site.
Time For Plan B At Intel
Windows 8's poor reception has opened a wider door for competitive platforms. Microsoft's partner in the Wintel hegemony should invest in an alternative.
Docs Unlikely To Track Gifts With CMS App
Busy doctors not expected to track freebies using Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' new mobile app, even though it could help them check government's accounting of gifts later.
5 Ways To Tick Off Your IT Recruiter
Executive recruiters can help you land your dream IT job -- but are you a dream candidate? These five common mistakes can tarnish your relationship with your recruiter.
5 Things CFOs Hate About IT
Technologists love to grouse about how "the bean counters" stand in the way of awesomeness. But guess what? That street goes both ways.
FBI To Overhaul Printer Network
Bureau picks Lexmark for $30 million contract as part of broader effort projected to save government billions in projected printing costs.
Data Science Certification Program Emerges
What skills should a big data expert possess? International group of analytics experts says its Certified Analytics Professional (CAP) program provides rigorous standard.
Formula One Racing Learns From Sensors
Big data, meet fast data. Lotus Formula One team uses more than 200 sensors on the car to measure tires, brakes and more for real-time alarms and post-race analysis.