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Why enterprises embrace open source

Advice for anyone considering open source enterprise solutions.

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5 ways to find and keep customer-focused IT pros

The days of inward-facing tech teams are over. To thrive today, IT must evolve into a customer-focused part of the business – and it all starts with having the right people. Here are five tips to find and keep customer-centric IT...

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Cloud computing more about agile development than cost

Experts tout the importance of bringing together business, financial and tech teams when considering a move to the cloud.

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Should you outsource your project management?

Evaluating whether or not to outsource your company’s project management functions can be challenging. Before making this potentially risky leap, you have to assess if this is a good move for your business, keeping in mind that what...

5 areas of IT that will end soon

Get ready for the next wave of disruption.

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As collaboration tools multiply, here’s how to avoid overload

New collaboration tools invite more internal innovation and knowledge sharing, and better connections with customers. But will too many choices make us less productive? Here's how organization can prevent their employees from...

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Internet of Things breathes new life into RFID technology

After failing to live up to the initial hype, RFID hopes to become the chip of choice for IoT deployments.

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Google Android developer advocate: everyone's doing networking wrong

Google developer advocate Colt McAnlis said that Android apps, almost across the board, are not architected correctly for the best networking performance, during a talk he gave Friday at Google’s I/O developer conference in San...

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SaaS migrations put the squeeze on in-house software developers

The number of software developers in the workforce is up from last year, but jobs in enterprise IT may become harder to find as more companies turn to cloud-based services.

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Battery life tests: Go all day with Apple's Mac laptops

Testing the new MacBook, 13-inch MacBook Air, and 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro. How much battery life can you get?

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6 things almost every viral Kickstarter has in common

The best product categories, the best times to launch, the best investor incentives: Learn these and other lessons from the thousand most successful Kickstarter projects ever.

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Adtech and martech worlds collide

The forces putting advertising technology and marketing technology on a collision course seem inevitable. Will ad agencies be the big loser?

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What enterprises should do when helpless employees lose hope in fighting cyber attacks

What is the victim mentality and how can enterprises avoid it?

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Home security demystified: How to build a smart DIY system

In this guide, we’ll discuss the options for DIY home security systems that offer similar -- and in some cases, better -- functionality to traditional systems, at substantially less cost.

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7 ways to mitigate age discrimination in your job search

Age is just a number -- but it's a number that can hurt your ability to land a great job in the IT industry, where youth is equated to innovation, efficiency and success. Here's how to make your age an advantage, not a deterrent.

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5 things you should know about cyber insurance

As more companies step in to offer insurance coverage against a broad range of cyber losses, we break down five points that organizations should keep in mind as they consider their options.

Peter Levine, general partner at Andreesen Horowitz, presents on-stage at DEMO Traction

How tomorrow's tech impacts today's enterprises

In this video from DEMO Traction in San Francisco on April 22, 2015, Peter Levine, general partner at venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, predicts how the latest advancements in tech will impact enterprises.

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Best practices for email security

6 ways to tighten up email policies and improve network security.

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