Some skeptics say Amazon's cloud dominance wears thin. I say Amazon's destiny in the cloud is in its own hands -- and you can't say that for IBM, Google, or Microsoft.By Charles Babcock Editor At Large, InformationWeek , 7/31/20149 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Reducing tool complexity requires mercilessly applying YAGNI (you aren't gonna need it). Resist "featuritis" and choose the tools that deliver only what you need.By Andrew Binstock Editor-in-chief, Dr. Dobb's Journal, 7/31/20142 comments | Read | Post a Comment
The UK wants to ready its roads for self-driving cars. But "self-driving car" overstates what these machines can do -- and omits possible dangers.By Thomas Claburn Editor-at-Large, 7/31/201419 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Microsoft uses its Windows Phone 8.1 update to add Start screen folders and new security features while pushing Cortana to new parts of the world.By Michael Endler Associate Editor, InformationWeek.com, 7/30/20149 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, 7/29/20145 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, 7/29/201435 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, 7/26/201428 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.