Profile of Marianne Kolbasuk McGeeSenior Writer, InformationWeek
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Marianne Kolbasuk McGee is a former editor for InformationWeek.
Articles by Marianne Kolbasuk McGee
posted in June 2006
CIOs have to consider themselves as business people, not just technologists. And their potential successors better be thinking that way, too.
Teenagers never listen to their parents, right? But when it comes to not pursuing tech careers, kids seem to be tuning in.
I've been hearing a lot lately from IT pros who say they're telling their own kids not to go into technology careers. That's the same advice many nontechie parents have been giving their kids since the dot-com bust.
With so many companies purportedly offshoring, outsourcing, and hiring
Last year's creation of a secure Web site to allow Katrina victims to receive medical care and prescriptions continues to have applicability in this new hurricane season, a new report says.
There are more unemployed IT workers than the government counts, says a report sponsored by a tech union. But it still puts unemployment below 4%.
Thanks to an improving employment market, nearly half of the IT workers surveyed plan to look for a new job in the next year
As Congress wrangles over details for comprehensive immigration reform, the country reached the 65,000 limit on H-1B visas.
A Web-based interoperable health record system lets 7,000 caregivers access medical data for more than 1 million patient visits annually.
There's a pilot program used by 6,200 employers. Eight million would need access under the reforms.