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.
Obama's pick to head DHS is a strong advocate for increasing the H-1B cap. Joseph Lieberman, whose committee oversees homeland security, has been both a critic and a supporter of the H-1B program.
A government agency says robots may replace humans in certain service jobs by 2025.
Universities, state officials push to broaden corporate access to high-performance computing (HPC) systems.
As the Obama administration sets up shop, Google's voice gets louder on tech issues in government.
Thousands of IT workers wait as Obama pushes for bailout.
A so-called Google-enabled government needs a CTO to lay the groundwork.
Execs say firm plans to start offshoring development, project management work.
2009 will be a year of budget-slashing for government agencies, market researchers warn.
The odds are being injured at work are low, but women are more likely to get hurt, Department of Labor says.
A Cleveland-based user group says it's been pushed offline by the Internet.
Cisco CEO Chambers predicts videoconference services will be available on planes within 18 months.