To solve the talent crunch, more technology education is needed at the grade school level
An IT professional's ideal work environment is influenced by their age and financial obligations, among other factors.
Midwest companies are opening downtown offices to combat perceptions that innovation is limited to the coasts
Wearables like the Apple Watch can generate meaningful health care data only if people buy and use them, said one speaker
PlayerLync technology, which helped the NFL migrate to digital playbooks, is now being applied to the enterprise
IT employees realize their skills are in demand and are seeking bigger salaries from potential employers
Learning doesn't stop after graduation and becomes critical to keeping IT skills fresh and staying employable
Customized merit plans fell out of fashion during the recession but the demand for IT talent has resurrected them
IT internships give students the practical tech work experience employers are seeking
Partnering with human resources can help IT managers find better qualified candidates
Companies need to worry about securing hardware that's connected to the Web as well as Windows, said one speaker
The health care industry could learn from aerospace companies when it comes to using IT, said CEO Bernard Charlès
College graduates don't need to be employed to become involved with the tech industry
Older adults could especially benefit from the integration of technology into health care
The data that wearables can provide excites doctors, although the health care system isn't ready for the technology. And who pays for it, anyway?