Your Views On Education: It's Everyone's Business
Judging by the thoughtful e-mail I received, the responsibility for transforming teaching methods, academic curriculums, and delivery tools falls to us as a society, not just to the education establishment.
Any Extra Change Jingling In Your Pocket Lately?
Tech salaries inched up recently after slumping earlier this year, according to a new wage report from an IT services and staffing firm. Could this the beginning of an upward trend or just a blip?
Embarq To Trim 4% Of Workforce
The former Sprint landline operator will confront its declining customer base by dropping 1,000 company and contract positions.
Big Challenges In Small IT Shops
You think you've got problems stretching your multimillion (or multibillion) dollar IT budget? How hard do you think it is to stretch a multi-thousand-dollar IT budget? That's what many IT leaders in smaller organizations are faced with. At InformationWeek, we write a lot about issues faced by CIOs at large companies. But IT managers in small- and medium-sized businesses face huge challenges, too.
IT And Media Cut 13,000 Jobs In July
It was the biggest one-month decline in more than year, as publishing houses and tech firms implemented cutbacks driven by declining ad revenues, industry consolidation, and offshoring.
Hollywood Webmasters Dish On Celebrity Web Sites
Webmasters to celebrities Jeff Bridges, Ben Stein, Harry Shearer, and Lord of The Rings star Ian McKellen reveal that heading off -- or squashing -- tabloid rumors is just as important as SEO, compelling content, and server uptime.