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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

The World's Most Innovative Companies

These 10 companies include a Who's Who of technology titans, a few automakers and one firm that dates back to 1889. What could this eclectic mix possibly have in common? They rank in the top 10 of the 50 "Most Inn...Read More

Workers Still Struggle, but Outlook Is Brighter

While economic conditions are improving, a troubling number of U.S. workers are still living paycheck to paycheck. And many confess that they're missing payments on regular bills—sometimes even big...Read More

Waging BYOD and Cloud Battles

While they certainly are headline grabbers, the mobility, BYOD and cloud movements are actually more of an evolution than a revolution, according to a recent survey from Eccentex. Findings reveal that the majority of profess...Read More

Companies Turn to Contractors and Freelancers

It's certainly not news that the face of enterprise hiring is changing. As organizations attempt to fill skill and knowledge gaps in their workforce—and create a more flexible and agile approach to...Read More

Ten Signs That Define the Office Pushover

No one wants to be the office goof-up—the person who blows deadlines, turns in subpar work and gets away with doing as little as possible. Nor does anyone want to be the office bully who attempts to ram...Read More

Cloud Offers Affordable Disaster Recovery Options

If your company's C-suite is constantly turning to IT to reduce costs, you may want to consider proposing the deployment of cloud storage solutions for disaster recovery (DR) and backup. By taking ...Read More

Many Employees Feel Optimistic and Motivated

Everyone occasionally has a complaint about their job, but, overall, U.S. employees are feeling good about their workplace, according to a recent survey from Randstad US. The majority of surveyed workers feel c...Read More

Ten Ways to Boost Your Social Media Profile

There are many real-life scenarios in which social media torpedoes a career. It's quite possible to get fired, for example, after posting inflammatory remarks in the heat of an argument—even if the di...Read More

Enterprise Mobility Raises Concerns and Challenges

The widespread adoption of mobile devices in the enterprise has unleashed productivity gains and cost savings that couldn't have been envisioned only a few years ago. However, these devices have also gen...Read More

Would 'Breaking Bad' Characters Work Well in IT?

This week, we said goodbye to Breaking Bad, as the TV show's long-anticipated finale aired. It seems unconventional to build an entire TV series around a “hero” who’s diagnosed with lung...Read More

Professionals Can't Escape the Work Vortex

IT professionals are increasingly being swept into what can only be described as a "work vortex": a never-ending cycle of time-consuming, always-increasing tasks and responsibilities that are paired with ever-shri...Read More
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