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Networking pros are among the top five tech professionals that companies want to hire, according to Robert Half Technology.
The CEOs in Steve Ballmer's peer group make up to $15.8 million on average, Microsoft estimates.
Security and management concerns are multiplying for IT pros as more and more employees use personal devices for work purposes.
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Tech careers site Dice.com identified five up-and-coming IT skills based on searches of its resume database.
Big bonuses are back. Nine tech CEOs received cash bonuses of $3 million or more in 2010, and another 13 netted at least $1 million in cash payouts.
Initiated by IBM President Thomas Watson Jr., Big Blue's building boom cemented the company's role as a leading patron of modern design and architecture.
It's good to be a computer science major these days.
Bonuses, equity awards and perks add up to big pay packages for tech CEOs.
Still searching for the perfect Mother's Day gift? Here are a few geek-friendly gifts for all tastes and budgets, including binary-inspired jewelry, icon pillows and custom Jack Purcells.
As companies rode out the recession and slowly regained some sales momentum last year, profits started improving and stock prices began to recover. For CEOs that could only mean one thing: pay raises.
High-tech gym equipment uses cloud computing to customize workouts. You can even watch HDTV programming while you sweat.
IT pros want to telecommute--so much so that 35 percent told Dice.com they would take a pay cut for the chance to work full time from home.
Sprint Nextel CEO Dan Hesse received compensation worth $9.1 million in 2010, down from $12.3 million in 2009, according to documents filed with the SEC Wednesday morning.