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Computing Careers: The Future Is Bright
From ACM TechNews

Computing Careers: The Future Is Bright

"The Market for Computing Careers," a new report from Calvin College professor Joel Adams, suggests a bright future for people pursuing computing careers. 

From ACM TechNews

The Idea Incubator Goes to Campus

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is one of a handful of universities that work closely with investors to make sure promising ideas are nurtured into successful...

Framework Adapts to Pervasive Network Changes
From ICT Results

Framework Adapts to Pervasive Network Changes

As computer networks become more pervasive, and their development in constant flux, their management by human intervention is becoming increasingly unfeasible....

Visions of the Future
From Communications of the ACM

Visions of the Future

ACM joined forces with the British Computer Society to deliver its first academic research conference in Europe.

Eric Brewer: Change Agent
From Communications of the ACM

Eric Brewer: Change Agent

Eric Brewer's latest project involves designing and deploying low-cost wireless infrastructure in developing regions.

Censored!
From Communications of the ACM

Censored!

Countries use Internet censorship to dominate the political dialogue, but also to create favorable conditions for government-controlled businesses.

Sharing Computational Perspectives
From Communications of the ACM

Sharing Computational Perspectives

Computer scientists are now making intellectual contributions to a wide range of other disciplines, including evolutionary theory, physics, and economics.

Fears Over Dearth of Engineers in Europe
From ACM TechNews

Fears Over Dearth of Engineers in Europe

The European Roundtable of Industrialists says that Europe needs to take action to encourage people to become engineers or risk losing out to India and China. 

From ACM News

Where Are All the Science Majors?

In a move to measure its workforce not too long ago, Nationwide Insurance surveyed its 36,000 employees at the time. Its CEO was in for a shock. The single largest...

Why Do Women Leave Science And Engineering?
From ACM TechNews

Why Do Women Leave Science And Engineering?

Increasing the retention rate of women in science, technology, engineering, and math fields could help stem the U.S.'s declining share in world patenting and scientific...

From ACM TechNews

Panel to Recommend Certifications for Cybersecurity Workforce

The U.S. Commission on Cybersecurity for the 44th Presidency is finalizing a draft report that discusses ways to expand the U.S. government's cybersecurity workforce...

From ACM News

Isaca Identifies Top Five Social Media Risks For Business

An ISACA white paper names the top five social media risks for businesses and recommends solutions to help address the security, customer service and corporate...

From ACM TechNews

Hiring Expected to Be Robust in Second Half of 2010

Demand for technology professionals is rising and is expected to remain strong through the end of the year. Companies continue to hire entry-level positions, but...

Robin Milner: The Elegant Pragmatist
From Communications of the ACM

Robin Milner: The Elegant Pragmatist

Remembering a rich legacy in verification, languages, and concurrency.

Mine Your Business
From Communications of the ACM

Mine Your Business

Researchers are developing new techniques to gauge employee productivity from information flow.

Beyond the Smart Grid
From Communications of the ACM

Beyond the Smart Grid

The electrical grid isn't the only utility acquiring intelligence, as water and gas meters throughout the U...

From ACM TechNews

Software Helps Researchers Find Meaning in Massive Scientific Data Sets

Researchers at Indiana University's Data to Insight Center have released XMC Cat, software that makes sorting the massive amounts of data produced by advanced scientific...

H-1b Visa Holders Earn More Than ­.s.-Born It Professionals, Study Claims
From ACM TechNews

H-1b Visa Holders Earn More Than ­.s.-Born It Professionals, Study Claims

A new University of Maryland study found that foreign-born information technology (IT) professionals with temporary skilled worker visas earn more than their U.S...

From ACM TechNews

Nsf Will Require Scientists Seeking Funding to Submit Data Management Plans

Beginning in October 2010, the National Science Foundation plans to require that all proposals for funding include a data management plan. The changes are designed...

From ACM TechNews

Improved Online Security for a Tenth of the Cost

Computer scientists in the United Kingdom are developing a system that would offer a high level of security at one-tenth the cost of existing systems using specialized...
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