The IT trade association is now offering an exam to certify technology pros who need to make sure their data centers and IT resources are environmentally friendly.
A study by CompTIA concludes that businesses and IT managers believe that their IT guys are woefully underskilled. Now, why might that be?
Dozens of companies are testing an Internet overhaul. A small fraction of Net users will have problems--but no one said upgrading the Internet would be easy.
Tech executives are confident that the sector will rebound this year, according to a survey, with 31 percent planning to hire more workers.
The Microsoft-funded IT trade body issues a Microsoft-dominated list of the most influential tech products of the last 25 years.
Microsoft confirms Open XML has gained ISO ratification. Looking ahead, expect scrutiny of the standards process and minimal change in the marketplace.
If the presidential election were today, and only IT folks voted, the two candidates would each get 29 percent, one survey says. Hillary Clinton would get 13 percent.
Poll of 600 information technology workers, intended to help influence presidential campaign priorities, finds most prefer to let tech preside.
Democrats have had since January to schedule a vote on a bill that would protect Internet users from access taxes. They still haven't done so, and a temporary moratorium expires in just a few weeks.
In upholding Europe's landmark antitrust decision, a high-level court foresees a "significant drop" in market share. But what of Vista?