Monthly Archives: May 2014

The World’s Best (and Worst) IT Cities to Work and Play

Despite all the economic and political strife in the world, the globe-trotting techie still has opportunities for working at home and abroad — and even take in an adventure! For every hot spot, however, there’s an evil twin nearby. Here … Continue reading

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Salaries for the 20 hottest tech jobs

Unemployment rates in the IT industry remain low. That’s good news for you because it means to compete for top tech talent, companies are offering higher salaries. Quality Assurance Engineer What it pays: $100,000 to $120,000 Quality control testing is … Continue reading

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How far are you willing to go to spy on your employees’ smartphones?

mSpy monitoring service/app tracks lots of data, but is it too snoopy? The scoop: Mspy mobile phone monitoring service/app, starting at $40 per month (as tested, features would cost $70 per month) mspy 620 What is it? The ultimate eavesdropping … Continue reading

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The Transition from PSTN to VoIP: More Regulatory Questions than Answers

We touched briefly on some of the regulatory issues surrounding the PSTN transition to an all VoIP network in a previous edition, and had a chance to follow up our initial coverage with Greg Rogers, the Deputy General Counsel at … Continue reading

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Enterprise wanted there own IT cloud fears, HP says

Hewlett-Packard wish its center on private clouds — and it’s asset of power and capital in the skill — can convince enterprise IT executives that it can provide a safe way to come into the fray. 3 years after it … Continue reading

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