Deb Perelman

Deb Perelman is a journalist in New York City with a focus on tech and the daily grind. Previously she was a reporter for eWEEK, leading the magazine and Web site's coverage of the issue and trends that affect IT workers. </p>

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The price of a pink slip

The price of a pink slip

It turns out, it costs less to sack a worker in the U.S. than it does almost anywhere else in the world. Suddenly, relocating Bolivia or Venezuela--places where workers cannot be fired at all--doesn't sound so bad.

September 23, 2008 by in Tech & Work

It's all email's fault

It's all email's fault

Study after study calls email out as a productivity-killer, yet it isn't going anywhere. The only solution is to adopt techniques that keep it from taking your day off-course.

September 12, 2008 by in Collaboration

My Awesome IT Job: Senior IT Manager, Cisco

My Awesome IT Job: Senior IT Manager, Cisco

Hey, we all complain about work from time to time; we've all had lousy jobs. But before you call it a day and head off to the support group that meets at the bar, here are a few words from an IT pro that loves their work.

September 4, 2008 by in Cisco

Revenge of the techies

Revenge of the techies

Stealing office supplies has never been so menacing. A new survey evidences all too well where the power can fall in enterprise IT relationships: into the hands of spiteful employees.

September 3, 2008 by in CXO

5 ways to unwire your holiday weekend

5 ways to unwire your holiday weekend

Some people don't mind staying connect to the office while they're on vacation--good for them. For everyone else, here are five tips that will make it easier for you to banish your Blackberry from the beach this weekend.

August 25, 2008 by in Telcos

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