Still coding when half your team have to dodge artillery and shoot Russians
Ukraine’s IT sector did better than last year despite Russia’s invasion of the country.
Happens when your workers are modern internationalists but your politicians are old fashioned imperialists
Thanks to the internet modern Russian IT workers have been making a rather good living working online for European and US IT companies, but now that has come crashing to a halt.
Robert X. Cringely mutters
IT pundit Robert Cringely (pictured) thinks that Information Technology which replaced Management Information Systems is finally being killed off by COVID-19.
Statistically speaking Apple gear is Caligula without the sex
Interdisciplinary research by Dr. Joseph Saleh, an Aerospace Engineer from the Georgia Institute of Technology has revealed a statistical connection between Roman emperors and IT gear.
It just gets worse
Problems with British Airways’ IT systems left passengers facing flight delays and long queues at airports in the midst of the peak summer holiday period.
One day month fixing their own IT issues
UK businesses are losing out both financially, and on productivity levels due to their workplace IT systems, new research has revealed.
Men have more opportunity than women
Results from a recent poll have shown that men have more opportunity than women to reach senior roles in the cyber and information security industry.
Worried about burn out
Companies around the world which have cut their work week have found that it leads to higher productivity, more motivated staff and less burnout.
New research has found that if companies want to keep their IT workers in place and stop them from making New Year's resolutions to leave the company, they should give them a bonus in December.