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Dumb user errors? Must be Monday at the help desk

Everyone has bad days, but the start of the week seems to bring out no-brainer help requests around the office

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20 IT jobs slated for the biggest raises next year

Recruiting and staffing specialist Robert Half Technology released its annual guide to U.S. tech salaries, which finds wireless networking engineers are in line for the biggest pay hike

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Don’t fear shadow IT -- exploit it and prosper

Business colleagues with a technical itch can be effective allies if you foster a sane, productive strategy around DIY IT

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Crowdsource your way to a better IT team

Report reveals the surging 'gig' economy could help companies close the IT skills gap. The trouble is, many companies aren't willing to take advantage of the opportunity

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Layoff rumors? This VP can't handle the truth

A tense job environment is made worse by a senior VP chasing down snitches and leaks

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7 reasons to hire back the right former employees

Hiring back people who left your organization is never an easy decision, but more companies are saying yes to the right former workers. Find out why

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New social network aims to find news tech pros really care about

Exclusive social sharing site Quibb gives tech pros a space to connect with like-minded users to find, share, and comment on industry-specific content

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8 sites to find legit freelance work

There's a lot of competition out there if you're considering freelance or IT contract work, so it's worth it to find the best resources


Your guide to top tech conferences

This searchable directory of technology conferences makes it easy to find events coming to a convention center near you

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12 habits of successful tech CEOs

Tech CEOs share what makes them different -- the hobbies, habits and traits that influence how they run their companies

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12 bad habits that slow IT to a crawl

Bottlenecks always seem born of the best intentions, but they must be rooted out -- and broken

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5 interview questions for enterprise architects -- and how to answer them

Enterprise architects are in-demand, challenging to hire, and salaries are on the rise. Answering these 5 questions the right way will help you land the job.


IT job growth continued to sag through 2015

There's still an uptick in IT jobs, but yearly estimates for growth are taking a downward hit

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Know-it-all newbies learn a red-hot lesson

For a seasoned techie, it's tough to find the right balance of assisting or letting young IT pros learn their own lessons through trial and error

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Tech pros make the most of the 'gig economy'

Younger IT workers are increasingly choosing independence over full-time employment. Is the 'open talent economy' right for you too?

IT's cloudy future

Clouds ahead: What an IT career will look like five years out

IT infrastructure is increasingly giving way to the cloud. Here's how to remain relevant in the years ahead

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Top 10 tech companies on Glassdoor

It helps to get an idea of a company's culture before you decide to apply or take a job. Here are the top-rated tech companies from Glassdoor's reviews

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15 rules for quitting your job

We all have our reasons for quitting a job, some of them emotional. Follow these guidelines and you'll avoid making moves you'll later regret

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