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There's a fine line to walk when choosing to be weird on Twitter. Here are 10 brand voices that pull it off, pancakes and all.
The challenge in analyzing the Apple v. Google rivalry is deciding which metrics to use. Here are four data points to get a grip on who's winning.
While a lot of people are furious at the mess that was the healthcare.gov web site rollout, IT pros should use it as a learning experience for their own IT careers.
Many IT consultants daydream about branching out on their own without giving much thought to what skills are necessary to succeed as a freelancer. Before you commit to being an ind...
If I throw mud at both the right and the left, you only have an issue because I commented on the right? IN actuality, I didn't sling mud at the right, I specifically focused on a ...
As an information strategist, John Weathington frequently sees organizations who are unsure of their Big Data strategy six months into the effort. Here are his tips for framing Big...
Many IT departments are mired in routine activities that someone else could be handling. See if you can shift a few of these items from your IT portfolio.
Most organizations might not be ready to shift these activities, but here are four more items you might want to consider doing.
Consultants sometimes need to assert leadership without undermining a client manager. These soft-skill tips can help keep meetings and the client relationship on the right track.
The problems with DRM are many, but that does not mean we should prevent people from using it. There are good reasons to let them suffer the consequences of their own bad choices.