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  • IT 'air traffic controllers' in demand

    As the IT career landscape shifts, new opportunities are opening in higher-level areas within organizations, according to an IDC researcher. 

  • Microsoft's role as outsourcing firm filled with 'what ifs'

    If Microsoft formally moves into the business of providing IT services, there are plenty of potential pluses and minuses, analysts say. 

  • Step-by-Step Guide: 12 steps to project management success

    Managing a successful IT project isn't just a technical and organizational issue. It's about managing people. Poor communication, internal politics, poor teamwork, lack of management support and poor planning are the primary reasons that projects fai... 

  • A successful antispam team begins with a plan

    There are dozens of spam-fighting solutions available. The bigger issue is how to equip your staff with the knowledge to effectively use these tools. 

  • Best practices for Active Directory staff development

    IT managers who want to make the most out of their investment in modern server OSes like Windows Server 2003 shouldn't neglect staff training on Active Directory. 

  • Don't flee from IT, career expert says

    What does it take to put yourself on a successful IT career path? Matthew Moran, author of the new book "The IT Career Builder's Toolkit: A Complete Guide to Building Your Information Technology Career in Any Economy," offers some advice. Moran has s... 

  • Microsoft commits to continuing MVP event

    The software company plans U.S. and Asian events this year geared toward members of its Most Valuable Professional program. 

  • Gartner sees 'grim' 2005 for unsavvy IT shops

    Businesses are done squeezing cost-cutting measures out of IT, but they do expect process improvements. 

  • IT pros bare souls on job woes

    In a recent salary survey, 45% of administrators and other IT professionals said they were less satisfied with their work now than they were a year ago. A flood of feedback on the issue indicates that the problem is about more than just low pay. 

  • Microsoft's licensing takes a step in a new direction

    The software maker's new "step-up" licensing program gives certain customers a free upgrade from standard to enterprise editions of major products.