Buffalo and Niagara Falls were named the second best cities to relocate to in the United States. Let us know how you feel about this.
Graduating from college will make you feel like you can conquer the world. And rightfully so. You have just completed 4+ of the most grueling years of your life. Now you get to make all the decisions about how you spend the rest of your time. Step one is usually getting a new job. Well I recently came across this list that I thought would be interesting to share with you. According to Careerbuilder.com, these are the top 10 cities for new college graduates planning to look for work away from where they call home. Check it out if you’re planning to relocate.
Seems like there is always something cooking with IBM. Fall 2010 has been no different. I just attended a webinar regarding what’s new with their WebSphere Application Infrastructure products.
Apple is a hot topic these days. Not just iPhones, iPods, iPads, and the like, but Apple as the enterprise. For some reason, companies have been notoriously slow at adopting Apple’s products into their enterprise for a variety of reasons. Yet recent studies indicate this trend may finally be shifting. According to one notable study from the Enterprise Desktop Alliance (EDA), they year 2011 will see dramatic gains for Mac presence within the enterprise. This ‘drama’ will mean a dramatic increase from an estimated 3.3% of enterprise computing systems to 5.2%.
Just this morning, IBM announced the launch of DB2 10 for z/OS with a general availability beginning on October 22, 2010. Read on to check out the changes.