From Under the Rug : June 2015 Archives

The more sensitive it is, the more it warrants discussion

Understanding the Real Dollar and Morale Costs of Interruptions

24 Jun, 2015

Interruptions, far from being the perfectly normal way of life we’ve come to see them to be, are actually a taxing but very avoidable drain on our time. ...More >

‘A Ray of Hope’ for Disadvantaged People Who Dream of a Career in IT

22 Jun, 2015

The Creating IT Futures Foundation provides much-needed IT training focused on hardware and infrastructure via the IT-Ready Network. ...More >

Six Cloud Integration Myths That Need to Be Busted

17 Jun, 2015

Adeptia CTO Deepak Singh provides six cloud integration myths and explains why they aren't necessarily true. ...More >

Maja Mataric: The Story Behind an Influential Advocate for Women in Tech

15 Jun, 2015

Mataric has long championed the advancement of women, especially in technology. She discusses the unique aspects of her background that she believes have helped her in impressive career achievements. ...More >

Appster Exec Shares Insights on Smartwatch Prospects

10 Jun, 2015

An Appster executive chimes in on smartwatches and how they might fare in the market. He also discusses how apps and interconnectivity will contribute to their success or demise. ...More >

Red Hat CEO Addresses Disconnect Between Company’s ‘Meritocracy’ and ‘Out of Whack’ Executive Compensation

08 Jun, 2015

Whitehurst has championed a corporate structure that eschews the traditional top-down design in favor of a more inclusive approach that values merit over hierarchy. But what about compensation? ...More >

‘The Next MacGyver’ Project Aims to Attract Young Girls to STEM Professions

05 Jun, 2015

Maja Mataric, vice dean for research at the University of Southern California’s Viterbi School of Engineering, is gratified by her work in an outreach program that helped Viterbi attract a freshman class that was 37 percent female, nearly double the national average, and other outreach. ...More >

New York Emerges as Tech Rival to Silicon Valley

03 Jun, 2015

Respondents to a survey said tech workers in New York are more likely than those in San Francisco/Silicon Valley to possess intensity, ambition, tenacity, practicality and analytical prowess. ...More >

Traditional Management Structure Is Obsolete, Red Hat CEO Says

01 Jun, 2015

Today’s companies demand a far more open, inclusive, participative structure, not unlike the structure of the open source software community. ...More >

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