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SAP to cut 2,200 jobs, hopes to recreate them around cloud services, HANA

The restructuring will affect about 3 percent of SAP's employees, but there will be no impact on customers, SAP said


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Open source jobs: It's a seller's market

This week's survey from the Linux Foundation confirms that open source skills are in high demand

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For job seekers, the big data gold rush is slowing

Enterprises aren't seeing the ROI they expected, leading to reduced bonuses for big data experts, but the pause could be temporary

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7 IT career risks worth taking

Knowing when to take risks can mean the difference between success and failure. Here are seven chances worth taking

Restrictions on H-1B visas called 'protectionist'

Sen. Orrin Hatch wants to raise the H-1B cap from 65,000 to 195,000 and eliminate the cap on people who earn advanced STEM degrees

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10 best tech jobs in America

Find out which tech jobs made the list based on earning potential, career opportunities, and number of open job listings, according to data from Glassdoor

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Impossible deadline? Stupid contract? Time to bail

From the get-go the project was problematic, and after a while, it wasn't worth the hassles

DHS to allow H-1B spouses to work in U.S.

The agency will begin taking employment applications from H-4 visa holders in late May

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In six months, the White House has replaced its top IT leaders

The White House may be trying to improve its IT operations by aligning itself more with Silicon Valley thinking

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The 15 best cities (you didn't think of) for high-paying tech jobs

San Francisco and New York City may offer the glam factor, but they also bring high costs of living to go with it. If you dig a little deeper, there are many lesser-known cities that offer good pay and good quality of life

What Intel's $300 million diversity pledge really means

With 76 percent male employees in the U.S., Intel has a lot of work ahead to bridge the gender and race divides

Dude, you’re blocking my Internet

A faulty satellite Internet connection is traced to a basic obstruction, which all but the vendor's technician overlooked

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IT job creation jumped again in January

Strong January numbers suggest last year's record-breaking hot streak for IT jobs will continue through 2015

Illustration by Anastasia Vasilakis: Hotbed for IT Talent

IT jobs market booming in the Southwest

The IT jobs market is booming in the Southwest, and while the pay may not be as high as it is elsewhere, the cost of living is a lot lower

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The best jobs are in tech, and so is the job growth

All signs point to continued growth in IT hiring and salaries, even for humble jobs like tech support

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Good-bye and good riddance: The gift of getting fired

A techie runs the gauntlet with a distant, demanding boss -- and comes out the winner after the ordeal

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Why soft skills are key to a successful IT career

The most important IT career skills aren't necessarily technical. Communication, negotiation, team-building and conflict resolution are all critical to IT success, especially in leadership positions

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Install once, fail twice: A tale of shoddy upgrade

Two is the unlucky number for one company where an Internet upgrade starts off wrong, then bites back later

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Data spot check: Oh no, could it all be wrong?

A techie stumbles upon the perfect storm of a cranky system and dubious data -- and the troubling results of their union

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