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10 Tips for Mobile Security

As tablets and smartphones make their way from the consumer world into the IT ecosystem, keeping those devices – and the corporate networks and data they access – secure is a growing challenge. Employees want to access work e-m...Read More

Essential Skills for Cloud Computing

The cloud is a cultural force within the enterprise, not just a new way to run the tech stuff, says Mike Lingo, CTO of Astadia, a cloud-oriented consulting firm. The cloud environment empowers workers to take control ...Read More

12 Soul-Killing Work Habits

Work is hard enough without the energy-sapping, morale-killing behavior of the people around you. And the long recession has made the problem even worse. “Most people wrongly assume that their tasks and responsibilities are what...Read More

How to Build Better Software

Writing good, reliable software is hard work. That was true when Frederick Brooks published his seminal book, The Mythical Man-Month, in 1975, and it was still the case by the time Scott Rosenberg’s Dreaming In Code: Two Dozen P...Read More

Growth Agenda for Midmarket IT

Midmarket investment in IT is rebounding, with a focus on infrastructure, collaboration, business analytics and business performance management. A survey by IBM, “Inside the Midmarket: A 2011 Perspective," asked 2,112 busine...Read More

Less Passion, Less Productivity

The vast majority of workers lack passion for their jobs, according to a new survey from Deloitte. Passionate workers are more likely to seek challenges and foster innovation, but most organizations fail to cultivate product...Read More

Workers More Confident Amid Ongoing Bad News

Workers are balancing what they see against what they expect when it comes to job stability, raises and benefits in 2011, according to a recent survey from Layoffs, compensation reductions (wheth...Read More

Seven Ways to Stay Sane Around Technology

“Everything is amazing right now and nobody’s happy,” riffs comic Louis C.K. on the ways we respond to technology that would have seemed like science fiction not so long ago. He mocks people who get angry wh...Read More

Five Things Your Dog Can Teach You About Business

One of the few things you can count on in business is change. Another thing you can count on is experts who tell you how to deal with change. Penelope Wong and Suzanne Peck, authors of Ruff: A Lost Dog Tal...Read More

Five Rules to Avoid Procrastination

When I first read about Dr. Kevin Gyoerkoe, clinical psychologist and coauthor of The Worrier’s Guide to Overcoming Procrastination, I said to myself, “Self, his five rules for overcoming procrastination might make ...Read More

Five Job Interview Blunders

See also: You Can't Wear That, Watch Your Body Language Job candidates make a lot of boneheaded mistakes during interviews, and a new survey from CareerBuilder catalogs some real doozies. At the very moment that prospective em...Read More

Retirement Crisis Ahead

The Great Recession has made a lot of folks reluctant to invest in retirement plans as aggressively as they should. They're also under-utilizing tools such as financial-consulting services. The result: more workers face a significa...Read More

Five Everyday Tech Headaches and How to Avoid Them

Technology: You can’t live with it, and you can’t live without it. The same devices that bring us convenience and entertainment drive us nuts when they malfunction, which they do with alarming frequ...Read More

10 Communications Trends for 2011

With the Great Recession slowly easing – knock wood -- organizations are preparing to move aggressively on some of the significant communications advancements of the last several years. This should include more busines...Read More

Six Ways to Get Respect

“I don’t get no respect, no respect at all, I tell ya,” said Rodney Dangerfield. You probably know the feeling. We all want respect, at home and at work. If only Dangerfield had been privy to the wisdom of Meryl Runion, author of...Read More
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