IT jobs in the tech sector will stall while non-tech industries will drive IT job growth, impacting job geography and skills, says new report. By Kristin Burnham Senior Editor, InformationWeek.com, 7/24/201440 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Join San Diego State University professor Robert Judge and InformationWeek editor-at-large Thomas Claburn for a live discussion of the increasing interest in robots and automation.By Thomas Claburn Editor-at-Large, 7/29/20143 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Handshakes make us feel comfortable in business settings -- and spread germs that make us sick. Perhaps it's time for a new custom.By David Wagner Community Editor, 7/29/201422 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Data center managers make slightly more than networking professionals, with middle-aged men on the coasts faring best. Both staff and management are optimistic about their career paths.By InformationWeek Staff , 7/28/20141 Comment | Read | Post a Comment
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella proves he can be a man of action with the biggest layoff in company history and other concrete steps to reshape Microsoft. Now what?By Michael Endler Associate Editor, InformationWeek.com, 7/26/201426 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Feverish tech activity is exciting and in many ways similar to 15 years ago. We aren't at dot-bomb levels of hysteria, but there's one big problem that may threaten growth.By Doug Schade Principal Consultant, Winter Wyman, 7/25/20149 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Patients may see 50 different hospital employees during treatment. Don't let different collaboration styles among your multigenerational staff hinder patient care.By Susan M. Reese Director, Healthcare Practice Group, Kronos, 7/25/20144 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is riding high with analysts and investors -- but look at the remaining hurdles.By Michael Endler Associate Editor, InformationWeek.com, 7/25/201417 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Who would win a fistfight between a man and a robot? Take a look at the evidence, and see if you agree with our conclusion.By David Wagner Community Editor, 7/25/201419 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Research: 2014 US IT Salary SurveyOur survey of nearly 12,000 respondents shows IT pays well -- staffers rack up a median total compensation of $92,000, and managers hit $120,000. Industry matters. And the gender pay gap is real and getting wider.
IT Salary Survey 2014: NetworkingData center managers make slightly more than networking professionals, with middle-aged men on the coasts faring best. Both staff and management are optimistic about their career paths.