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 September 2006
With the new threads program, students' computer science degrees are personalized to reflect their particular interests and career aspirations. It must be working: The university's freshman class of computer majors is up by 33%.
Students' computer science degrees are personalized to reflect their particular interests and career aspirations. It must be working: The university's freshman class of computer majors is up by 33%.
Online chat between help-desk workers and users could be a more convenient and faster way to solve technical problems at work than using the phone or e-mail.
Employers pay premiums for skills that help their companies adapt quickly to fast-changing business needs, a study finds.
The national coordinator of health IT is a subcabinet position that was created by executive order in 2004 by President Bush. That year, Bush also set out the goal for most Americans to have electronic health records by 2014.
This election season, you may be one of the approximately 60 million American voters who will be casting a vote using new computerized systems at your local polling place.
However, in the future, you might be casting your vote using your home PC and the Internet.
That's what some U.S. election officials predict.
The SIM Foundation will study and fund programs that address IT leadership development and the declining enrollment of students in tech fields.
A Princeton professor says computer viruses can easily be installed in an e-voting machine to change vote totals.
Georgetown will include SOA in curriculum offered to computer science students, as well as in courses aimed at nontech majors such as business and law students.
Aligning IT and business and attracting and retaining IT talent are among the top CIO concerns, according to the Society for Information Management.
Will an increase in tech-worker visas pass, get passed over, or sneak in?
So quit watching videos on YouTube and get back to work.
Because the Senate and House don't agree on many immigration issues, it's unlikely they'll pass a comprehensive immigration reform bill anytime soon. But tech employers are lobbying to raise the H-1B cap, and programmers are worried.