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?
The online learning platform is now including material from six nonacademic institutions to meet user demand
Joining an open-source community isn't required to land a development job, but it could help
As demand for IT talent grows and salaries rise, companies could struggle retaining tech workers
Most people who signed up for MOOCs offered by MIT and Harvard never looked over half of the course material
Companies are also looking for workers with more traditional skills for security and quality assurance jobs
Education alone won't result in a job offer. Employers want candidates who have used their tech skills
Hospitals discuss how to deliver better care at lower costs using technology.
IT workers who want to work part time may see an uptick in lucrative part-time consulting positions.
College graduates receiving their diplomas this year were teenagers when the first iPhone debuted and Facebook allowed anyone to create a profile. As this tech-saturated generation enters the IT workforce their familiarity with technology -- especially consumer products -- can lead to communication and work style clashes with more seasoned employees who may not share a passion for digital life.
Financial concerns in the wake of the recession are causing companies to better align IT and business and this shift is changing what is expected from technology workers, say executives and staffing professionals. Business acumen is now on par with possessing stellar technical skills, with in-demand employees those who can contribute more than code to the company.
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The health care industry's increased use of electronic medical records (EMRs), wireless medical devices and personal mobile technology has turned hospital...