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Workers want employers to hand out wearables

Nine out of 10 white-collar employees want their company to provide a wearable device, such as a smart watch, but it is for function or prestige?

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Minding the confidence gap: How 16 top computer science programs measure up

The difference in self-confidence between male and female computer science students can vary significantly across the leading departments

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If this then that: 9 programing skills and the jobs they could lead to

Not all programming skills are created equally; some will make you more attractive for some (possibly non-developer) jobs than others, as a new analysis of tech job listings shows.

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2015 State of the CIO

Compensation is up, but there's still more work to do to gain respect.

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How to deal with uncertainties in software development

Software project managers can’t ever hope to eliminate uncertainty, but they can reduce it and be prepared to deal with unexpected events.

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BYOD brings bah humbug this holiday season

Deck the halls and then check your email. Hey, it’s not our idea. More than half of you say you will be logging in for at least two hours over the holidays.

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How big data can help identify better programmers

A new study demonstrates that data analytics can be used to evaluate the soft skills of software developers

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Around the world with BYOD

More than half of employees across the global bring a mobile device to work. However, when you look at individual countries, the results vary wildly in terms of ownership and adoption -- surprisingly, some tech-loving countries are...

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Why your app should offer a free trial

New research shows that, in theory, alternative app pricing schemes, such as pay-per-use and free trial periods, could make both consumers and producers happier

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Superbugs: 10 software bugs that took way too long to meet their maker

All software has bugs, but even the most well known applications can have errors and vulnerabilities that somehow go undetected for years

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Enterprises moving big data workloads to public cloud

More than half of large enterprises are either already using public cloud resources for their big data analytic needs or plan to do so, according to a report by Gigaom Research.

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Why Threading Building Blocks are the best multicore programming solution

A new evaluation of popular parallel programming languages finds that the C++ library provides the best combination of usability and performance

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Be warned: Windows 10 registry hack doesn’t deliver

A registry hack promising rapid Windows 10 Tech Preview updates is circling the web. Problem is -- it doesn't work.

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Need to improve your network security? Try studying fungus

New research argues that IT security professionals should look to nature for inspiration in fighting intruders

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CMOs in over their heads with technology (and CIOs aren’t helping)

While CMOs drown in a sea of new digital marketing technology products and services, CIOs are noticeably not coming to the rescue.

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It’s risky business when CMOs tackle tech alone

Marketing executives who think they should make technology decisions without the CIO are gambling that nothing will go wrong, says Forrester.

CIO and CMO at omnichannel crossroads

To determine the state of CIO/CMO relationship, global engineering software firm EPAM teamed up with industry leaders from CIO and The CMO Club to survey a combined group of more than 400 CIOs and CMOs.

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