Profile of Chris MurphyEditor, InformationWeek
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Chris Murphy is editor of InformationWeek and co-chair of the InformationWeek Conference. He has been covering technology leadership and CIO strategy issues for InformationWeek since 1999. Before that, he was editor of the Budapest Business Journal, a business newspaper in Hungary; and a daily newspaper reporter in Michigan, where he covered everything from crime to the car industry. Murphy studied economics and journalism at Michigan State University, has an M.B.A. from the University of Virginia, and has passed the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) exams.
Articles by Chris Murphy
posted in July 2010
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Twitter is building its own data center.
Now that we've watched real-time video from one mile deep on the ocean floor, there's officially nowhere left that people won't expect to get a video link.
Now it must convince average companies why they need private cloud computing.
Average pay for a computer science grad took a bit of a hit--down .5%--but still stands at a healthy $61,112. That's 21% more than the typical finance major.
The first significant increase in IT employment stats since the recession is surprising as the economy overall isn't producing large numbers of jobs.
A top IT jobs consultant thinks the government and the tech industry look at the IT profession too narrowly, massively underestimating tech jobs. Should we worry about 'shadow IT' employees?
Intel co-founder Andy Grove doesn't have all the answers in his Bloomberg column on "How to Make an American Job Before It's Too Late." But he makes one opinion clear: The U.S. can't innovate if it doesn't also build stuff.
CIO Bill Martin and his team are making IT relevant to the cruise company's growth initiatives.