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Google for Work vs. Microsoft Office 365: A comparison of cloud tools

While Google for Work and Microsoft Office 365 offer many similar services, choosing between the two can be a significant challenge for CIOs. This comparison eases that burden.

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Is it time for CIOs to step up and rule the digital world?

To help gain a view of the digital customer, some enterprises are expanding the C-suite to include a chief digital officer, chief data officer, chief analytics officer, chief marketing technologist, chief experience officer and the...

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Drones are taking off, fueled by VC funding

Drone startups collected $108 million in VC funding in 2014, a 104 percent jump from the year before.


What NOT to share on LinkedIn

LinkedIn constantly encourages its users to share more about themselves, but more isn't always best. It pays to keep in mind that posting about your personality, beliefs and hobbies can potentially hurt your career.

Why CMOs shouldn't rely on ROI for everything

CMOs are increasingly being asked to ensure every dollar spent offers a clear-cut return on investment, Here’s why that approach is wrong when it comes to marketing agencies.

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Goal-setting startup BetterWorks banks on having a better way to track employee goals

Goal-setting startup BetterWorks has increased its headcount nearly sevenfold in the past 12 months as it rolls out a better way for businesses to set and track goals for each employee.

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How Etsy stitched together a $2 billion marketplace

Etsy's IPO filing gives us a peek at its growth metrics. We dive in to see where Etsy's growth is coming from (Hint: It is increasingly driven by sellers).

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Are robotics startups gaining traction? Affirmative

Robots are following the VC dollars. And while many funding rounds are aimed at the usual industrial automation, money is also flowing to startups developing more human-friendly robots. In 2014, VCs invested $341.3 million in robotics...

Docker Inc., leave Docker tools alone

The creator of the portable app container is now competing with third-party tools and could hold back the market.

5 keys to successful SIP implementation

SIP can cut costs and increase network flexibility and the efficiency of existing resources, but consider these issues to ensure successful implementation

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Ode to a node: Sampling technology’s musical side

Rather than simply being a tool for recording and playback, technology has also inspired and created original music over the years

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7 workforce management trends that will impact IT in 2015

As businesses look to finalize their workforce management strategies for the coming year, here are the top 7 issues you'll need to consider for 2015.


What is a Windows Hyper-V High Availability Cluster?

Windows Hyper-V has come a long way since Server 2008. Today it has some of the best features going for high availability and shared storage.

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8 key IT hiring trends to watch in 2015

Which technology skills will be in the biggest demand in 2015? Here's what IT leaders need to be on the lookout for in the months ahead.

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9 reasons your employees are unhappy

What's the secret to happiness in the workplace? The answer's not very surprising. Employees want to be listened to and feel that their concerns are taken seriously.

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Beware the Windows Hyper-V 2012 R2 upgrade

There are some very worthwhile features in Windows Server 2012 R2 and Hyper-V R2, but it's a one way street for VM's after you upgrade.

4 data center infrastructure convergence predictions for 2015

Major IT system vendors Cisco, EMC/ VCE, HP, Dell, and IBM will broaden their infrastructure portfolio to include hyper-converged solutions.

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Big names like Google dominate open-source funding

The lion’s share of financial support for open-source groups comes from a familiar set of names.

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