Ann Bednarz

Assistant Managing Editor, Features

I write feature stories aimed at enterprise IT pros. I’m particularly interested in career-related subjects, such as hiring trends, salary data, in-demand skills and staffing strategies. I can’t resist stories about buildings and architectural design.

Midyear jobs outlook: What to know about IT hiring, skills, benefits

Highs and lows of CEO pay

Highs and lows of CEO pay

A roundup of the tech industry’s biggest earners, over-the-top perks, and most drastic pay cuts.

Tech companies pick up tab for pricey CEO perks

CEO pay packages include perks such as access to the corporate jet, home security, and financial planning advice.

10 CEOs who took drastic pay cuts

Median CEO pay climbed 9% to $13.9 million last year, but some tech leaders saw their pay slashed.

IT grads get to know GE

IT grads get to know GE

At GE, a global IT recruiting program helps bring new computer science graduates into the company and expose them to different facets of the business.Computer science graduates rotate through four different IT assignments during a...

Top 20 colleges for computer science majors, based on earning potential

Among computer science grads, alumni from University of California, Berkeley, led the pack with a median mid-career salary of $141,400, PayScale says.

Top 5 cities for big data jobs

The big data deluge is creating a hiring boom across North America. Modis, an IT staffing firm, identified five cities in particular where big data is driving job growth.

10 biggest CEO pay raises

Which tech leaders received the most generous pay hikes in 2013?

Tech's top-paid CEOs

Fifteen tech leaders made more than $14 million apiece in 2013.

25 geeky Mother's Day gifts

Find a Mother's Day gift with a techie vibe

Mobile security tools win over IT pros

When we asked about tech favorites, several IT pros cited tools they've acquired to help address mobile device management, data security and application control.

Healthcare IT pros laud security, privacy tools

Healthcare IT spending is projected to hit $34.5 billion in North America this year as organizations wrestle with healthcare reform, adoption of electronic records, and the proliferation of digital and wireless medical devices.

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