Ann Bednarz

Articles by Ann Bednarz

IT career site Dice launches technology network

Called the Dice Talent Network, the new initiative combines social recruiting tools with a specialized job board environment. Employers can communicate directly via chat or IM

Hockey arena converts into Republican National Convention site

A major IT overhaul is underway at the Xcel Energy Center in Minnesota for the September kick-off event.

More federal workers telecommuting

Despite numerous incentives and legislative edicts lobbed at U.S. agencies over the years, boosting the ranks of federal employees who telework is a slow, sometimes painful process.

Innovative IT urged by Minnesota CIO

The CIO of the state of Minnesota, Gopal Khanna, wants to see technology better leveraged to transform government operations and enable IT teams to "take risks and come up with solutions." Khanna addressed attendees to the annual Minnesota Government IT Symposium.

Fed managers clueless on telework, study says

Efforts to increase telework in the federal government have a long way to go. Just 35 percent of federal managers today think their agencies support telework, according to results of a survey conducted by Telework Exchange and Federal Managers Association and released Monday.

Unified messaging offers big benefits to mobile workers

Unified messaging (UM) products have been available for more than a decade, but adoption has been slow, until recently.

MuleSource targets open source ESB

A startup built around the Mule open source integration project made its corporate debut last month. MuleSource is backed by US$4 million secured in a first round of venture funding it closed this past summer.

IBM rolls out SOA products

In its second service-oriented architecture blitz of the year, IBM has detailed a range of products and services aimed at helping companies extend their service-oriented architecture deployments.

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