Worst places to work

It's time to name names: Where are the worst places to work in IT?

IT salaries 2013: Have your say!

Compare your salary with those of your peers with Computerworld's 2013 IT Salary Tool. Check out the average salary for your position, then tell us -- are you being fairly paid? Are you catching the wave as IT gets its groove back,...

Win an Amazon Kindle Fire!

Computerworld turned 45 years old this month, and to celebrate our birthday, we're giving away an Amazon Kindle Fire tablet to one lucky Facebook user.  Just "like" our Facebook page, then use our Facebook app to submit your email...

Worst places to work

Time to name names: Where are the worst places to work in IT?

IT salaries: Have your say!

Have you compared your salary with those of your peers, using Computerworld's Salary Survey 2012 tool? Try it now! Check out the average salary for your position, then tell us -- are you being fairly paid? Are you feeling stressed...

Worst places to work

Time to name names: Where are the worst places to work in IT?

Worst. Vacation. Ever.

CIOs and IT managers are notorious for not taking vacations, and there may be a sound logical explanation for that: the second they step out the office door and don sunscreen and shades, all heck seems to break loose. Data centers...

IT salaries: Have your say!

Have you compared your salary with those of your peers, using Computerworld's Salary Survey 2011 tool? Try it now! Check out the average salary for your position, then tell us -- are you being fairly paid? Are you under more pressure...

Geek Love -- share your stories!

The mainstream media loves to portray techies as social bumblers -- but in reality, many a relationship has sparked up amid the cramped quarters of the IT department. Are you someone who met his or her geek love at work, or do you...

Lies my vendor told me

There are lies, damned lies and vendor lies. Perhaps no relationship in IT is fraught with more omissions, miscommunication and just plain untruths than the one between you and your vendors -- or perhaps we should say, your...

Rogue employees -- ever worked with one?

Breaking news: not every IT employee or security expert is pure as the driven snow. We've all heard whispered stories about good guys going bad -- IT or security employees who've been given the proverbial "keys to the kingdom," only...

What annoys you about Facebook?

Are you on Facebook? We want to know the quirks, issues and annoyances you deal with on that social network.Whether you use Facebook to connect with friends or to manage your company's brands, chances are you've found the service...

Best and worst office setups for techies

Trends in office layout and design come and go -- high cubicles, low cubicles, no cubicles -- but what often catches the office manager's fancy can send a techie's productivity plummeting. For an upcoming article in Computerworld,...

PalmPilot, BlackBerry, iPhone: A history of conquerers

by Mike Maginnis RIM, it seems, has developed a bit of iPhone envy ... maybe more than a bit. And who could blame them? Apple has revolutionized the consumer smartphone industry with its flashy iPhone and is enjoying record profits,...

Surviving the big one

Have you survived an IT disaster? Slogged through a water-soaked headquarters or hurricane-ravaged data center? Related Article Surviving the big one: 7 lessons learned from the decade's deadliest disasters How did you make...

Linux Air: Hitting the road with the Eee PC

by Peter Watson As a computer-oriented Australian planning a six week trip to Canada and the USA, I was dreading the prospect of long-term lack of access to a computer. While I already owned an excellent Fujitsu Lifebook, it was...

Sound Off: Mac OS X pet peeves

In 15 Things Apple Should Change in Mac OS X, Computerworld editors Scot Finnie and Ken Mingis outlined 15 features and functions that they think Apple needs to rethink. Do you agree/disagree with them? What additional pet peeves do...

Sound Off: Jerks at work

Does your company have a "no a--hole rule"?   Does it need one? Do you know what your company's TCA is? (hint: read the article for an explanation of the abbreviation). Share your tales of abusive and demeaning coworkers (it's...

Sound Off: I love my browser (and hate yours)

Four Computerworld editors weigh in with their browser picks. Readers are responding with some commentary of their own. Now it's your turn to say which & why.

Microsoft, Massachusetts, and ODF

What do you think of Microsoft's lobbying efforts in Massachusetts, related to the commonwealth's adoption of the Open Document Format for Office Applications?

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