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Mastering Evernote as groupware

Some tips and advice for business users of this handy content storage and research tool.

Computerworld IT Salary Survey 2016 Results

Computerworld's IT Salary Survey 2016 Results

Download our free special report to see current salaries for dozens of tech titles, plus details about IT pros' top concerns, the state of the job market and the hottest skills today.

Computerworld - Knowledge Pack - OS X Tips & Tricks [2016]

OS X 10 tips and tricks

If you're upgrading to OS X 10 (El Capitan), or even if you've been using it for a while, these tips, tricks and utilities are sure to make your life a lot easier.

Computerworld Premier 100 Technology Leaders [2016] - Charts

Computerworld's 2016 Premier 100 Technology Leaders: Highlights and stats

Facts and figures about the honorees’ 2016 budgets, purchasing plans, staffing needs and more.

Computerworld Premier 100 Technology Leaders [2016] - Special Section

Computerworld's 2016 Premier 100 Technology Leaders: Photos and profiles

The full listing of honorees with their photographs and short profiles. Download the PDF to print and share with your colleagues.

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How to get a job in IT consulting

Whether it's for a global giant or a small boutique firm, working as a tech consultant is never dull. Here's everything you need to know to launch or further a career in IT consulting.

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IT Careers 2016: What’s important to IT professionals?

Highlights from our IT Careers 2016 survey reveal IT workers' top concerns, career expectations and what would entice them to switch jobs.

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10 hottest tech skills for 2016

Gunning for a banner year in IT? Make sure you have these tech skills in your toolbox.

Introduction to Windows PowerShell

We take you from the very basics up to using objects and beyond, with plenty of resources along the way.

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ISIL/ISIS/Daesh says no need for encryption -- but Telegram caves to pressure

ISIS use of Telegram is the latest bogeyman in the breathless demonization of encryption. But it turns out the self-styled Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant -- aka Daesh -- used barely-encrypted SMS to communicate in Paris...

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Tor hacked via FBI fund: CMU “researchers” got $1M, it’s alleged

The Tor Project is up in arms, alleging that the FBI paid Carnegie Mellon University “at least” a million dollars to unmask Tor users—CMU researchers are said to have hacked Tor’s hidden services feature...

How to get a job in healthcare IT

From electronic records to digital medical devices, all signs point to healthcare as a stable, long-term choice for IT careers. Here's everything you need to know to launch a career in healthcare IT.

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TalkTalk HackHack suspect: a TeenTeen aged 15 (he's free on BailBail)

The UK ISP TalkTalk is still rushing about, trying to work out what actually happened last week. And now we learn that police have arrested and bailed a 15-year-old young man...

Don't overdo with biometrics, expert warns

Biometric data such as fingerprint scans is being collected too widely and too casually, according to security company Protegrity USA.

Computerworld Digital Spotlight - Mobile Enterprise Apps, October 2015 [cover]

Enterprise mobile apps step forward

Savvy organizations are using crowdsourcing, containerization and responsive design to build more innovative and useful enterprise mobile apps.

The pioneers of SDN

Software-defined networks can give IT the agility and flexibility to manage today's dynamic data centers and private cloud infrastructures. Some early adopters have already jumped on board. Here's what they've learned.

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Does security awareness training even work?

If even well-educated security experts mess up when it comes to security, can we really educate average employees to be more security aware?

Researchers hack iStan medical mannequin

Researchers hack a pacemaker, kill a man(nequin)

After researchers wirelessly launched successful brute force, denial of service and security control attacks against the "most advanced" medical mannequin, they realized you don't need to be a penetration tester to wirelessly hack a...

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Computerworld’s guide to working with non-geeks

Geeks and non-geeks often work at cross-purposes or simply misunderstand each other's motives. This collection of columns from Paul Glen can help the two sides bridge the gap that separates them.

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Russian cyberspies targeted punk rock band Pussy Riot

A closely watched band of suspected Russian hackers have spied on domestic targets, including two members of the outspoken punk rock band Pussy Riot.

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