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Why liberal arts degrees are valuable in tech

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Microsoft Surface rumor roundup

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Questioning the legality of bitcoins in India

It has been eight years since the implementation of bitcoins, but the issues of its legality have not yet been resolved. 

Talent remains the biggest issue for deploying open source in the enterprise

Diversity is also an issue, with a survey finding that 11 percent of open source contributors are women

GE CIO Jim Fowler talks collaboration and IT transformation

GE’s Jim Fowler this week spoke with CIO.com to discuss collaboration tools, shifting IT priorities and why the traditional CIO role is going away.

Jump-starting population health management

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Office, Outlook, Slack, Handoff: The digital workplace reborn

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MIT Media Lab sponsors hackathon pushing limits of VR and AR

During Columbus Day weekend, Oct. 7-10, participants will create new applications for AR and VR technology, perhaps some that have never been conceived before

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Questioning the legality of bitcoins in India

It has been eight years since the implementation of bitcoins, but the issues of its legality have not yet been resolved. 

Talent remains the biggest issue for deploying open source in the enterprise

Diversity is also an issue, with a survey finding that 11 percent of open source contributors are women

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GE’s Jim Fowler this week spoke with CIO.com to discuss collaboration tools, shifting IT priorities and why the traditional CIO role is going away.

Jump-starting population health management

Aurora Health Care, a healthcare system with 15 hospitals and over 150 clinics, has just entered the second phase of an effort to use startup software developers to create the applications it needs for population health management.

Office, Outlook, Slack, Handoff: The digital workplace reborn

Office and Outlook have been reinvented, collaboration tools like Slack are finally useful, and devices are evolving for new digital workflows

MIT Media Lab sponsors hackathon pushing limits of VR and AR

During Columbus Day weekend, Oct. 7-10, participants will create new applications for AR and VR technology, perhaps some that have never been conceived before

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