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  • IT Talent Crunch Hits Federal Government

    Members of Congress and IT leaders on Tuesday reported that half of the federal government's IT workforce will be eligible for retirement within five years, creating a severe shortage of talented technology specialists Congressmen James Moran (D-Va.) and Tom Davis (R-Va.) told attendees of the Fortune 1 Business conference that the impending retirement of many Baby Boomers from the federal government will soon leave numerous agencies scrambling for talent and young recruits from the IT industry.

  • AMD Warns Wall Street

    Chip maker Advanced Micro Devices, pointing to what it says is a soft PC market, said revenue will come in lower than expected for the current quarter--creating what it sees as a significant loss.

  • Congressmen: The Government Wants You

    Congressmen Tom Davis (R-Va.) and James Moran (D-Va.) on Tuesday outlined the federal government opportunities for the IT industry and implored VARs and solution providers to get involved at the Fortune 1 Business conference.

  • Peregrine Plans To Lay Off 1,400

    Peregrine Systems is cutting 1,400 jobs, or nearly its half work force, and closing some of its offices to cut costs amid an investigation by federal securites regulators.

  • Verizon's Brew Stirs Up Wireless Services

    Verizon Wireless last week officially rolled out its downloadable software service aimed at consumers, but the company said the corporate market will eventually benefit from the technology as well.

  • Make Over Your Favorite SMB

    A stack of black carbon paper and a bottle of Liquid Paper sit next to a typewriter. A rotary-dial phone rings every few minutes; each time it's answered, countless other callers are met with an annoying busy signal. A thick address book held together by rubber bands is nearly buried beneath paperwork.

  • Peregrine To Lay Off 1,400 Employees

    Peregrine Systems is cutting 1,400 jobs, or nearly half its workforce, and closing some of its offices to cut costs amid an investigation by federal securites regulators.

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