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As a startup founder, it can be difficult to determine how much money to pay yourself. Here are some tips to help you set your starting salary.
IT and rest of the organisation are still at loggerheads says an analyst who feels more like a psychologist trying to get the two to talk.
Your SaaS engineering and operations capability could be one of, if not the most critical business differentiator and can absolutely determine your company's success or failure.
In creating a private cloud to give flexibility to developers and the business, eBay learned lessons that should apply to any organisation grappling with similar changes.
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.
John Joyner offers some tips for deciding if a public cloud IaaS solution is right for your organization.
For the IT department, successful flexible working is not just about getting the tech right. One CIO with over a decade of developing flexible-working policies offers five key piec...
Nick Hardiman finalizes his demonstration of setting up auto-scaling for an Amazon Web Service by showing you how to add a notification alert and then testing it all to see what ha...
Capitalizing on the benefits of the cloud -- while managing its many challenges -- may require a specialized job role. Here's a look at what a CCO could do for your organization.
Discover the warning signs of enterprise application failure so you can spot these issues before they add up to a nightmare situation for your company.