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You might double or triple productivity simply by educating and teaching your data scientists to be concise. Save yourself time by following these tried-and-true coaching tips.
Google finally brings to life the rumors of the Pixel 2. It is coming and Jack Wallen discusses why it is important for Google to think beyond developers.
Alex Howard thinks 2015 will be a big year for digital government services and identity in the US. He also profiles the startup ID.me, which will provide identity software for Conn...
Benefit corporations offer a new standard for businesses that want to be socially responsible, and tech startups could be the catalysts for positive change.
Whether you're delivering a speech, running a meeting, or interviewing for a job, these tried-and-true tricks can make you come across as confident and professional.
Year-end is a natural time for reflection and goal setting. IT consultant Erik Eckel suggests where to begin when making your business resolutions and offers tips on keeping them.
Managers and executives need a way to measure Agile development so they can make informed decisions. Now there is finally some good guidance on how to effectively measure Agile dev...
The FBI locks your computer. Can they do that? Or is it fake? How does one know? Michael Kassner asks an expert for help with the latest forms of ransomware.
The key to getting your newbie developer foot in the door is to show potential employers you have what they're looking for. These tips will help you do that.
Some say the rise of the cloud and BYOD will spell the downfall of the CIO. But could these developments in fact strengthen the CIO's hand?