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Employees to Bosses: Listen Up

Fewer workers trust senior management to make the right decisions, says ”Employees First,” a survey by HCL Technologies. Workers want more opportunities to provide input and solve problems. They believe that the ...Read More

Getting That Big Promotion

Hiring senior executives from within the enterprise is an art that few companies have truly mastered. Even at companies committed to talent development, aspirants to top management often find career guidance that is vague and...Read More

Job Outlook Inspires Gloom

Americans are increasingly pessimistic that the current employment picture will turn around anytime soon, according to a new survey from Harris Interactive. Maybe they've heard the phrase, "jobless recovery," too many t...Read More

Recession Versus Your Lunch

Want a break? You might want to take up smoking. We're not endorsing any unhealthy habits, just looking at some stats on break time at work. Turns out the long recession pinches in ways that go beyond lost jobs, smalle...Read More

Content Security a Hot Commodity

The Internet continues to be a dangerous place for IT, and conventional defensive weapons may prove inadequate. A typical Web exploit kit is available today on the black market for as little as $300 to $1,000, making it extrem...Read More

iPhone 4 and Famous Tech Flameouts

The uproar around Apple's iPhone 4 means the increasingly controversial device could end up claiming a spot in the pantheon of spectacularly flawed products. That the iPhone 4 has continued to sell briskly, desp...Read More

Ten Habits of Bad Web Design

Awful websites remain a hazard for businesses and customers. Fifteen years have elapsed since the Web reached the mainstream, but the bad old days of roll-your-own GeoCities pages never seem too far away. It is one th...Read More

Creating An Acceptable Use Policy

An Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) is a written document agreed to by everyone sharing a computer network. It defines the intended uses of the network, including unacceptable uses and the consequences for violating the agree...Read More

10 Steps Toward Product Innovation

There is a big difference between "invention" and "innovation," according to David Croslin, and he should know. Croslin holds 25 patents and formerly served as chief technologist within HP's communications, media and en...Read More

Swearing in the Workplace

President Barack Obama said on national television that the massive Gulf oil spill had him pondering "whose ass to kick." It was not exactly paint-peeling, Pattonesque stuff, especially considering what’s said across p...Read More

Employee Benefits Cut in Recession

As if the pay-cuts and wage-freezes of the past few years have not been hard enough for workers to endure, the grinding recession and its seemingly-endless aftermath also have forced (or enabled) managers to tak...Read More

Apps For Your Television

No wonder Apple is making noises about reviving its long-dormant television strategy: the next frontier for killer applications could very well be on your TV set. Many consumers say that they would prefer to give up the h...Read More

Top Droid Apps for IT

Looking for apps to help you manage Gmail, store files and read news? A new list compiled by Tom Caswell, founder of Dynamic E-Learning Strategies and a consultant for the OpenCourseWare Consortium at MIT, offers some useful o...Read More

Hiring IT Freelancers Goes Online

IT job growth may be sluggish, there are some signs of a pulse in the employment market. Elance, an online marketplace for IT workers and other creative freelancers, recently conducted a poll among 500 small businesses. It fou...Read More

Sarbanes-Oxley as a Management Tool

The Supreme Court says Sarbanes-Oxley will be with us for a while, striking down a key provision of the law but leaving most of it untouched. That may be good news for managers who have grown accustomed to SOX. A recent su...Read More
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