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Small and midsize businesses approach tech spending with an abundance of caution -- but there are numerous strategies for making sure it's money well spent.
I've worked for many businesses where IT has far too big of a hold on business decisions, thus IT decisions result in poor business decisions. I have also worked with businesses w...
You can protect your budget and help safeguard your job by implementing some cost-cutting measures.
Learn about Zoho Projects, Planbox, ProWorkflow, Basecamp, and Milestone Planner to determine if one of the project management tools might be the right fit for your client.
Interview: GM Europe CIO Alejandro Martinez Galindo on the role IT can play in turning a global business around...
Microsoft wants to own the cloud. But since clouds are built on virtual platforms, that means they need to get serious about beating VMware at its own game.
Providers have made great strides in improving the security and reliability of cloud services -- so much so that Justin James sees a number of areas where moving applications to th...
Jack Wallen spent the better part of a weekend attempting to set up a Eucalyptus cloud server. Was it worth it? Is is the solution for you? Read on and find out for yourself.
Stormy clouds or new horizons?
Committing to client satisfaction, marketing creatively, and guarding expenses are among the best methods any IT consultant can employ to succeed. Find out what else Erik Eckel rec...