Dec 2- Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp will hire at least 10,000 people in the United States over the next three years, the IT services firm's president, Gordon Coburn, said.» Read More
The city of Chattanooga announced Geek Move, an incentive program that awards technology professionals $11,250 toward buying a home in the city.
The current unemployment statistics obscure one simple fact: unemployment for people with technical skills is much lower than it is for the balance of the workforce.
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"We are saying that the IT forecast is pretty much unchanged, the hardware sector we actually brought down primarily due to client devices like PC's, tablets and mobile phones. IT services and telecoms are up a little bit," Richard Gordon, vice-president of research at Gartner, told CNBC.
The federal agency is aggressively responding to a series of what it sees as hostile attempts by private sector firms to access its website at times when market-moving economic data are released to the public.
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C.P. Gurnani, Global CEO, Mahindra Satyam says the company's commitment to keep the name Satyam was the correct stand.
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Insight on the earnings parade, with Christine Short, S&P Capital IQ.
The saying goes, “The customer is always right,” and at the Consumer Electronic Show that proves true in more ways than one. Businesses are adopting consumer gadgets, and they may get more from their employees.
Ganesh Ayyar, CEO of MphasiS, says that 2012 will be an interesting year for the IT services sector across the world, and says that MphasiS will remain focused on deepening engagement and delivering greater customer value.
Andrew Milroy, vice president, ICT Practice, APAC at Frost and Sullivan, discusses the rise in demand for cloud computing as businesses across different sectors adopt this innovative technology.
CNBC.com spoke with experts in tech, human resources, and finance to determine which professions are best for workers over 40.
Quality Systems started yesterday with a bang, with upside options red hot out of the gate.
Tom Georgens, President and CEO of NetApp, talks about corporate strategy, earnings and their new Asian headquarters.