IBM CEO and Chairman Sam Palmisano and other business leaders give plan a hearty thumbs-up.
Microblog account name is changed, and bio now indicates that the account is "unaffiliated with the white house."
Health care IT is set to get a financial shot in the arm, but "job math" may be fuzzy.
Recession knocks down overall payments to CIOs -- but not everyone is feeling the pinch.
The U.S. government's economic stimulus plans may actually boost prospects for information technology employment.
Outsourcing firms warn of possible H-1B visa cutbacks.
The U.S. risks lowering its standard of living by letting the best research labs move overseas, a Congressman warns.
Many states hope the federal government will help rebuild legacy systems as part of the economic stimulus and infrastructure projects.
SEC filings show H-1B needs could be hurt by uncertain political climate.
Pledging to "renew our information superhighway," President-elect Barack Obama this month offered a broad outline of an economic stimulus plan that will likely include increased spending on broadband access.
Forrester Research expects slower growth in early 2009, but says IT business should pick up by the summer months.
If you're big buyer of technology, Hewlett-Packard has a deal for you: zero percent financing for up to 36 months.
In pledging to "renew our information superhighway," President-elect Barack Obama has offered the broad outline of an economic stimulus plan likely to lead to major increases in IT spending.
Online job listings for technology workers are down sharply, but there are still plenty of openings for people with the right skills.