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The best cities for landing top pay for your tech skills

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The best cities for landing top pay for your tech skills
IT pros looking for a new gig, take heed: Those $140,000-per-year jobs in San Francisco are worth just $86,000 when adjusted for the cost of living. So if you're looking to cash in on the tech gold rush, you'd be significantly better off taking a $100,000 offer in Denver. Read More

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Lowering Management Costs to Enable the Dynamic Data Center
Today's business consumers require rapid access to new tools, applications and services (mobile, social, analytics) and have become impatient with the slow application development/testing cycles and the inefficiency of today's data centers. Learn more!

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What should I look for in a Next Generation Firewall?
With so many vendors claiming to have a Next Generation Firewall (NGFW), it can be difficult to tell what makes each one different. John Pescatore of SANS Institute originally coined the phrase and now explains what he suggests enterprises look for when considering alternative NGFW solutions. Learn more >>

Cisco revamps CCNP for IoT, other market transitions
There's no company in technology that's taken advantage of market transitions more often than Cisco. Read More

Midyear jobs outlook: What to know about IT hiring, skills, benefits
The second half of 2014 is looking good for job-hunting IT pros, particularly if they possess coveted skills. IT employment numbers are rising, employers are forging ahead with hiring plans, and CIOs are confident about hiring budgets. Read More


Achieve Deeper Network Security and Application Control
Next-generation firewalls (NGFWs) have emerged to revolutionize network security as we once knew it. Yet to safeguard an organization from today's ever-evolving threats, NGFWs must be able to deliver an even deeper level of network security. View Now

Abuse of Larry Ellison continues unabated
How much of this abuse does the Oracle board of directors expect its rock star CEO Larry Ellison to endure? Read More

Tech companies pick up tab for pricey CEO perks
Last year, tech CEOs enjoyed a wide range of perks, from corporate aircraft and auto usage to home security, club memberships and financial planning services. Find out which tech CEOs indulged the most. Read More


Managing Social Content to Maximize Value and Minimize Risk
In this AIIM white paper, you will learn about the roles of content publishing systems and content management systems in social business strategies and steps you can take to help ensure that your social business efforts are as successful as possible. Learn More

10 CEOs who took drastic pay cuts
Spectacular pay raises keep widening the gap between what CEOs earn and what average workers take home. But not all CEOs got a raise last year. Read More

Never stop learning, CIOs advise new IT grads
While the job market is healthy for IT pros, certain talents are more valuable than others, and it's wise to keep adding to your skills arsenal. Read More

Highs and lows of CEO pay
This year's proxy season has come to a close, and after digging through regulatory filings, 10 highlights stand out in our analysis of 62 tech CEOs' compensation. Read More


Black Hat 2014: How to crack just about everything

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