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Why So Many Meetings Are a Waste of Time

For U.S. employees, the hours spent discussing work issues with bosses and colleagues—and prepping for those meetings—seems to rival the time spent actually doing their work, according to a survey...Read More

Many IT Pros Ignore Corporate Security Policies

One of the inescapable realities of enterprise cyber-security is that a huge gulf exists between what companies should do to protect their IT systems and data and what actually takes place. A recent researc...Read More

How Flexible Work Policies Can Boost ROI

A majority of global organizations are adopting flexible working policies to allow employees to work when and where they want, using the devices and apps they prefer to work with, according to a recent survey...Read More

Consumers Hit Back When Companies Are Breached

Now that consumers have grudgingly accepted a reality in which the growing array of security and privacy threats in the digital world are an unavoidable part of life, they are using their concerns to seize e...Read More

Why We Find It So Hard to Unplug From Our Devices

As the iconic fictional film character, Ferris Bueller, famously put it: "Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it." Today, "looking around once in a whi...Read More

How Shadow IT Can Generate Huge Savings

The majority of organizations are allowing—and some are even encouraging—employees to create mobile business apps without any involvement from the IT department, according to a survey from Canvas. ...Read More

Confessions of a Database Administrator

“The days of simple database management, if there ever was such a thing, are long gone. I’m finding trials around every corner. So much depends on the peak performance of databases—the very heart o...Read More

How Failed Projects Cost Companies Millions

Due to poor project performance, global organizations waste an average of $122 million for every $1 billion spent on projects, according to a recent report from the Project Management Institute. The r...Read More

Why Marketing Needs IT to Help It 'Get Personal'

Memo to the IT department: Your marketing executives need to get "up close and personal" with the company's customers, and they're depending on you to help them do it. At least, that's the overriding message conv...Read More

12 Thought-Provoking Books for Your Reading List

As reported in prior Baseline features, demand is growing for technology workers to demonstrate more well-rounded professional qualities. More than ever, IT teams must successfully interact and collaborate ...Read More

Today's Not-So-Paperless Office

Although digital technologies have radically changed the way businesses manage documents, the need for print technology and paper records has not disappeared. Many forms and documents continue ...Read More

14 Tech Companies That Stand Out for Great Perks

How would you like to have an entire year of paid maternity/paternity leave? Or more than a week off—also paid—to pursue volunteer activities? Or catered breakfast, lunch and dinner every day, a...Read More

Why IT Is 'Containing' Databases and Developers

The vast majority of enterprises are either using or experimenting with container technology, or they're planning to make a transition, according to a recent survey from Robin Systems, a provider of con...Read More

Why IT Teams Are Facing a Tough Digital Transition

While most IT executives surveyed said it's critical to transition to a digital business model to support the needs of customers and employees, only a minority of them think they're doing a good job...Read More

Growing Demand for Tech Pros Boosts IT Salaries

Average salaries for technology professionals grew by nearly 8 percent last year, and the number is now approaching six-figure levels, according to a recent survey from Dice, a leading careers site for techn...Read More
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