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How to Create Perfect Professional Tweets

Isn't it amazing how much knowledge can be imparted in 140 characters? That space limitation obviously applies to Twitter. Launched in July 2006, the site now commands more than 200 million monthly active use...Read More

12 Ways to Stand Out at Work

Here's a not-so-well-kept secret about work: It's too easy to sink into the abyss of anonymity. Some people prefer this because they think it's the best way to hold on to a job—by not making waves. But experts say those ...Read More

Avoiding Data Center Downtime

According to the "2013 Study on Data Center Outages," a recently released study conducted by Ponemon Institute for Emerson Network Power, outages present a difficult and costly challenge for organizations. In fact, dat...Read More

C-Suite Execs Resist the Digital Transformation

Too many organizations are not pursuing a digital transformation, calling into question their ability to survive for the long haul, according to a recent survey from Capgemini Consulting and the MIT Sl...Read More

How Employees Waste Time in the Office

You might think that most employees have minimal downtime to fritter away, but they could have more time on their hands than they're letting on, according to the following survey findings. Apparently, some profession...Read More

Threats Prompt Organizations to Adopt New Measures

As the digital age unfolds, enterprise security threats—and the complexity of threats—continue to grow at an alarming pace. As a result, organizations are looking for new and better ways to p...Read More

House of Horrors: Ghouls That Plague IT Networks

Unlike the fiendish characters you’ll see during Halloween, the following wicked creatures do not only come out only at night. Nor are they the stuff of a Hollywood script. Instead, they’re the ...Read More

C-Suite Calls for More Customer Collaboration

The message from executive leadership is clear: We must do a better job of connecting with our customers, according to a recent survey from IBM. The resulting report, entitled "The Customer-Activated Enterprise," ...Read More

Amazing Workplace Innovations for the Future

Once upon a time, visionary tech folks described computers that you would be able to hold in the palm of your hand! Less visionary people often scoffed at this prediction: "Why, our mainframes are as big as ...Read More

Ten Signs It's Time to Find a New Employer

You can give yourself pep talks on the way to work every morning. You can load up on caffeine to give yourself an artificial boost. You can keep saying, "It's going to get better." However, there's a big differenc...Read More

DevOps Strategies Beef Up the Bottom Line

DevOps is more than just a software development methodology: It's a verifiable bottom-line contributor. That was one of the findings of a survey of 1,300 senior IT decision-makers conducted recently by marke...Read More

Tech Tools Provide Support to Overloaded Workers

A significant number of employees say they're drowning in work, and many of them feel the same way about information and technology: There's simply too much of it. Does this sound like you? If so, you...Read More

Ten Ways to Get Buy-In for Your Proposal

You may have the greatest idea in the world, but it won't go anywhere if you don't know how to sell it to your company's stakeholders—and they can range from employees to the C-suite to customers and bus...Read More

How to Prepare Your Business for a Disaster

A year ago, when Hurricane Sandy slammed into the East Coast of the United States, it reinforced the fact that disaster planning is an inherently difficult proposition. Businesses large and small wer...Read More

Absolutely Awful Resume Blunders

I confess: I can't get enough bizarre real-life résumés—and it appears that I have plenty of company. Perhaps it's because these too-bad-to-believe résumés make us feel a bit better about ...Read More
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