Tuesday’s News Roundup

Seventy six percent of organizations
that froze pay in the last 18 months have either lifted, or will lift, the
freeze by the end of 2010, according to a new survey. [MarketWatch]

Onshoring has made
cities
like Jonesboro, Ark., Sebeka, Minn., and Macon, Mont., a hotbed
of employment for a growing number of technology workers. [Network
World
]

Those with Apple skills may find themselves busier due to
increasing crossover of Apple consumer products into the enterprise. [ComputerWorld]

IT will
no longer contribute
to global economic growth beyond 2020 unless
new energy-efficient technologies are employed. The key is finding new technologies that deliver more performance for each kilogram of CO2
emitted. [ComputerWorld]

– Dino Londis 

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