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Best cities for tech workers ready to make a move

Best cities for tech workers ready to make a move

If you're an IT pro with a strong resume and a bit of wanderlust, check out the 10 metro regions that offer the best potential.

Free Course: The Dark Side of Technology Careers

Free Course: The Dark Side of Technology Careers

In partnership with tech training provider PluralSight, CIO.com offers a free online course to help you learn about the bad things that can happen in tech careers and how to avoid, overcome or survive them.

The Takeaway: With iOS 9 and El Capitan, Apple embraces hardware compatibility

The Takeaway: With iOS 9 and El Capitan, Apple embraces hardware compatibility

Apple clearly embraced backward compatibility with the hardware requirements for the next version of OS X and iOS 9 for mobile devices.

The Takeaway: Microsoft's IE soon to lose its workplace browser crown

The Takeaway: Microsoft's IE soon to lose its workplace browser crown

Google's Chrome browser is expected to pass Microsoft's Internet Explorer in the workplace by the end of the year.

The Takeaway: Wearables still have 3 hurdles to clear

The Takeaway: Wearables still have 3 hurdles to clear

With the Apple Watch now showing up on wrists and Android Wear devices arriving regularly, it seems the wearables market is set for take-off. But storm clouds lurk.

The Takeaway: SSD prices continue to fall for OEMs

The Takeaway: SSD prices continue to fall for OEMs

Average prices for 128GB SSDs hit a milestone in the second quarter of the year, falling to $50 for PC makers.

The Takeaway: Microsoft begins its Windows 10 push

The Takeaway: Microsoft begins its Windows 10 push

Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users will start getting messages today from Microsoft urging them to upgrade to Windows 10 when it arrives later this summer.

Share your opinions on collaboration & communications

Innovative technologies continue to transform collaboration & communications. Tell us about your organization’s plans and enter to win $250.

Consumerization of IT in the Enterprise Starting to Pay Off

Businesses are beginning to reap ROI and productivity benefits from consumer technologies such as smartphones and tablets, according to a survey of 1,155 IT decision-makers conducted by IDG Enterprise.

Most CIOs Planning to Boost IT Investments for 2013

A majority (albeit by the slightest of margins) of IT leaders say they plan to increase their IT budgets in the coming year, according to a recent survey of 188 top IT executives.

10 Best Office 2013 Features, According to Microsoft

10 Best Office 2013 Features, According to Microsoft

CIO.com asked the team behind Microsoft Office 2013 to highlight the 10 new features in the new Office suite that stand out the most. Here they are.

Plus-One Winners Apply IT to Leading-Edge Business Trends

Special awards for 2008 CIO 100 winners recognize impact on customers, finance, operations, security and competitive advantage.

Consumers expect RFID to raise costs

FRAMINGHAM (02/13/2004) - According to research by EMarketer Inc., many consumers (41 percent) expect the use of RFID to raise the cost of goods. About one in five (18 percent) don't expect costs to change while 17 percent expect the...

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