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Want to prove you've got the chops for a Linux job? The Linux Foundation is introducing the proof you'll need with new certifications.
Incoming CEO Sikka has elevated 5,000 careers at Infosys, but a fundamental inability to retain employees in the Indian IT industry in general may thwart Sikka's efforts.
LinkedIn engineers cited that members who have published at least one article to the social network typically have an average of 1,049 1st degree connections and 42 followers.
Peoplebank ICT salary and employment index has shown that the demand by government, IT vendors, telecommunication companies, and enterprises for IT professionals is strengthening.
Only three companies ranked in the top 10 IT employers in Brazil are local.
A new tech trial drama on the way? A new federal court turn-of-events could pave the way.
Country's ICT regulator kicks off the first class of its Massive Open Online Course in data sciences and analytics, which attracts more than 350 registrants and is provided by U.S. course provider, Coursera.
Smartphones and software -- not to mention signs of life in the PC market -- are fueling IT spending this year, according to market researchers.
SAP Australia and New Zealand has promoted its SAP Asia Pacific Japan regional lead for cloud and line of business solutions to the COO role.
The US federal agency determined LinkedIn violated overtime and record-keeping provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act in four states.
At first glance, the e-commerce giant looks like it might be doing a better job of balancing its workforce than some of its Silicon Valley neighbors.
LinkedIn's new Software-as-a-Service offering is designed for finding and cultivating relationships with prospective and current customers on LinkedIn.
Twitter promises it is working with organizations like Girls Who Code as well as historically black colleges and universities to diversify its workforce.
The Australian information technology industry could be facing a "huge" impending skills shortage over the next five years, according to a new report by IT recruitment firm, Greythorn.
The professional social network has agreed to pay $175 million for the B2B marketing platform.