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Tom Kaneshige has been covering business and technology in Silicon Valley for two decades. As senior online writer at CIO.com, Tom covers Silicon Valley culture, BYOD and consumer tech in the enterprise.

Is Our Internet Future in Danger?

The digital Disneyland of the future -- where we freely work and play online -- may be at risk.

Tech Workers: Ready to Be a Free Agent?

Having the right technical skills is only half the battle for an IT contractor in tough economic times.

So, CTO, Who's Your Sarah Palin or Joe Biden?

For IT, the choice of a deputy matters a great deal. So how do you get the right one?

Will Your IT Job Survive the Financial Meltdown?

After the consolidation wave, financial IT jobs could be cut. And cuts in discretionary projects across the board threaten many tech workers.

The Devilish Details of Desktop Virtualization

Early adopters of virtual desktop infrastructure report compelling benefits, significant hurdles, and a cloudy view into ROI.

Are Open Source Violations Lurking in Your Code?

As open source rises in popularity, so too does the likelihood that licensing violations have seeped into your applications.

Securing the Enterprise Beyond the Perimeter

Cloud computing, mobile workers, and new gadgets all force security pros to rethink how they protect their data and systems outside their walls.

Open Source: What You Can Learn From the French

With open source embraced at all levels, the real benefits of a passionate community arrive.

IT Workers Pushed to the Limits

Downsizing, offshoring, and a widening gulf between techies and management -- is IT at the breaking point?

How to Take Advantage of Multicore PCs

What app developers need to know to make their software work on new-gen CPUs.

Microsoft vs. VMware: Rumble in the Virtual World

As Hyper-V marks Microsoft's entry into virtualization, market leader VMware must consider new strategies for survival against the software behemoth.

Can Google Apps Move up Market?

Despite its enterprise forays, Google will be hard-pressed to dislodge Microsoft Office.