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Many organizations are not tapping into the huge cost-savings potential from big data and analytics. Here are reasons why, as well as big data success stories that might inspire yo...
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Companies are racing to mobile, but some don't know what they will do once they get there. Here are some tips to help you build an enterprise app and drive internal adoption.
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Breather seeks to make private space accessible for on-the-go business needs. They are only in three cities for now, but are in the process of expanding to 10.
A data artist specializes in data visualizations, infographics, and other ways to graphically communicate data. Here are tips on hiring a data artist that's a good fit with your te...
Whether your company is taking a first crack at writing a policy, or needing to freshen an old one, here are some tips to successfully create and maintain a social media policy.
Tech chiefs have 101 demands on their time, so working out what really matters is hard. Here are the six areas they need to focus on to make an real impact.