Educators and IT industry executives are warning that a crisis is looming in the IT job market. Only this time, it's not that there are too many job hunters seeking too few positions. To the contrary, they say that North America isn't producing IT experts in the quantity and quality that it needs to keep leading in the global IT market.
Google Inc. wants to help you effectively access the piles of information you store in the documents, e-mail messages, Web pages, and contact lists stuffed on your PC. And who better to help you than the most popular search engine on the Net, right? Not so fast.
Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, said Thursday that they have uncovered statistical irregularities associated with electronic voting machines in three Florida counties that may have given President George W. Bush 130,000 or more excess votes.
Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge Friday signed an agreement with European Union (E.U.) officials that will allow U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents to collect the names of airline passengers on flights between the U.S. and the E.U.
The White House has released details of its proposed fiscal 2005 U.S. IT budget, which is showing signs of increased strain amid a ballooning national deficit, the continued war on terrorism and the urgent demands of homeland security.
Coast Software Inc. has announced that it has struck a deal to provide the U.S. Department of Defense with its Web Quality Central software to automatically scrub military Web sites for sensitive operational information and ensure adherence to privacy policies.
The White House Monday released the details of its proposed fiscal 2005 U.S. IT budget, which is showing signs of increased strain amid a ballooning national deficit, the continued war on terrorism and the urgent demands of homeland security.