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In a hybrid workforce world, what happens to all that office space?

Just 11% of businesses use all of the office space they own or lease, and nearly 45% use half their available space or less, according to a new study. As companies come to grips with a more hybrid and remote workforce, their office...

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Has Apple invented one ring to rule them all?

Apple may have patented a smart ring to help make the multiverse a productive space.

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Microsoft urges Windows users to run patch for DogWalk zero-day exploit

Despite previously claiming the DogWalk vulnerability did not constitute a security issue, Microsoft has now released a patch to stop attackers from actively exploiting the vulnerability.

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Companies move to drop college degree requirements for new hires, focus on skills

A new study shows employers are ending college degree requirements for many jobs openings, focusing instead on skills, experience, and personality traits. The sea change opens up tech jobs to a more diverse pool of candidates.

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Tech event calendar 2022: Upcoming US shows, conferences, and IT expos

Our sortable chart offers information, dates and locations for a variety of US IT-focused events coming up over the next year.

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CHIPS and Science Act becomes law, as US chipmaking investments rise

Subsidies and investment for US silicon manufacturing will mean jobs and a lessened dependence on East Asia for badly needed semiconductors, according to the Biden administration.

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Parallels — the easiest way to run Windows on any Mac

Parallels Desktop 18 makes it easy to run Windows or Linux VMs on Intel and Apple Silicon Macs.

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Q&A: Computer chip start-up CTO: Our business isn't boring — or a career dead end

As chip behemoths, such as Intel, Samsung and TSMC are moving operations back to the US — and custom chips are needed more than ever — industry execs want young talent to know there's nothing staid about chip design.

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If you've ever worked remotely, you likely want to keep it that way

Most people who have worked remotely at least some of the time do indeed prefer to do so in future, Deloitte explains.

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Jamf's Q2 earnings show customers up 34%, devices up 22.4%

The Apple-in-the-enterprise solutions provider also confirms large-scale new customer wins as businesses migrate to Apple.

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Microsoft boosts threat intelligence with new Defender programs

Drawing from its acquisition of RiskIQ, Microsoft is releasing Defender External Attack Surface Management and Defender Threat Intelligence.

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Tech hiring enters the Big Freeze

A growing number of tech companies are starting to put the brakes on hiring, but is now the time for them to be stepping back from investing in talent?

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Compensation chasms remains for women, minorities — even as salary gaps close

While pay for employees has normalized over the past few decades, when it comes to gender and race, total compensation gaps are still wide — especially in technology fields.

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The awkward thing about Android 13

Google's latest and greatest Android software isn't quite what it seems on the surface.

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Monday.com launches new CRM tool

The new customizable platform aims to help sales teams to manage their sales cycle and all customer data in one place.

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Reports: Oracle makes a round of layoffs in the US

The layoffs have mostly hit the customer experience group and are part of a planned exercise to cut around $1 billion in expenditures according to reports from The Information and Bloomberg.

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Apple's latest controversy: Expanded App Store advertising

Apple may be ramping up opportunities for developers to reach customers via its App Store – or building its own business at others' expense.

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Swiss cities top ranking of best places to build tech careers

The two best cities in the world for technology career development are Bern and Zurich, while the top US city is Atlanta, according to a new report based on a variety of metrics.

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