Julia King

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Julia King is a freelance writer and editor based in Pennsylvania.

Best Places to Work in IT 2019

The No. 1 large place to work in IT: Quicken Loans

The No. 1 large place to work in IT: Quicken Loans

A strong corporate culture gives tech pros at every level of the organization the courage to take risks, innovate and grow their skill sets.

2017 Premier 100 Leaders: IT in the driver’s seat

2017 Premier 100 Leaders: IT in the driver’s seat

These 100 tech leaders have raised the stakes, delivering steady, game-changing innovation and rapid-fire digital transformation.

The No. 1 small place to work in IT: Axxess

The No. 1 small place to work in IT: Axxess

Opportunities abound for technologists at this rapidly growing company, where big ideas that deliver business value are rewarded on the spot.

IT Salary Survey 2016: How to pump up your paycheck

IT Salary Survey 2016: How to pump up your paycheck

Our 2016 survey of 3,300 IT workers shows that salaries are shaping up -- is yours? Get advice from tech pros who are making all the right moves.

CIOs boost their careers doing double duty

CIOs boost their careers doing double duty

Many CIOs find it exhilarating to responsibility for business functions outside of IT. But CIO-plus roles require a new mindset and trusted deputies.

We're all data scientists now

It's up to each one of us to figure out what in the daily surge of data is useful, what's crap and what's truly valuable.

Clueless CIOs aside, open source is 'frightening and fantastic'

Savvy enterprises tap open source as a legacy-refresh strategy.

CIOs band together to lift Michigan's fortunes

This savvy group of CIOs share ideas to boost their industry and promote tech innovation within their state. For members, expert advice is never more than a phone call away.

'Rogue' employees want IT to lighten up already

Speakers at CITE Conference urge enterprise IT to give up on 'command and control,' learn to ride the BYOD wave.

Why few want to be the CIO anymore

More than half of the respondents to our survey say they don't aspire to be a CIO.

How analytics helped Ford turn its fortunes

Ford is using big data to drive virtually every aspect of its global turnaround.

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