We’ve all seen people doing anything from applying makeup to texting to eating to reading while driving. Now Wired is reporting on new federal guidelines that provide recommendations to automakers regarding Internet access and other technological capabilities in the vehicle. The suggestions are not required but could limit drivers’ abilities to log in to Facebook or surf the Web while operating the automobile.
CIO.com this week published an article from Forrester Research Senior Analyst Stephen Mann on the steps needed to succeed with the IT Infrastructure Library, or ITIL. Mann also posted a blog on the topic. Among the tips are the need to understand the role of people in the adoption process as well as measuring and understanding where your IT organization is to start and then gradually implementing incremental change in stages.
Bloomberg Businessweek reported on the current IT hiring trend hitting the Big Apple. Silicon Valley companies are opening offices in New York City, which is causing a demand for high-tech workers in that area – a demand that is outpacing other areas of the country.
What’s real and what’s not when it comes to IT security? Network World addresses that this week with a slideshow revealing 13 myths the security industry often perpetuates. For instance, ideas that DDoS attacks are bandwidth-related or that passwords should be easy to remember or that your company isn’t a target are all myths.
CIO.com provided data from three staffing firms to compile this slideshow, which highlights the top cities for finding work in IT this year. Some may seem obvious, but others may surprise you.