The list of states that don't put up with employers demanding employee's social media passwords is growing -- both California and Illinois laws went into effect on the first of this year.
Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown signs a privacy bill making it illegal for employers to demand employee usernames and passwords for social media accounts.
The search giant is the No. 1 place both business folks and engineers would want to work, while Microsoft, IBM, Intel, and Apple also rank highly, says a new study from Universum.
What do you do if an employer asks to see your personal social network? We discuss with Bob Sullivan, author of the Red Tape Chronicles on MSNBC.
Among the tech firms showing up on the publisher's newly released list of 100 best companies to work for are also Cisco Systems, Microsoft, Adobe Systems, and Intel.
Open source is about freedom. Maintaining the right to code open source within one's employment requires careful thinking about freedom, too.
President Obama last week chose Vivek Kundra, former District of Columbia CTO, as federal CIO. On Thursday, the FBI raided Kundra's old offices, which coincided with two arrests as part of a bribery sting.
Only current customers enrolled in a discount plan will get to keep their lower rates -- new customers are still stuck with no discounts.
A wait for antitrust approvals in Asia delays the $7.2 billion deal beyond a planned first-quarter closing, but Microsoft and Nokia remain committed.
The tongue-in-cheek excuse to employers says that a heavy dose of Xbox One is the only cure for people affected by zombie flu.