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Identifying, implementing, and assessing security controls for an information system can be a burden. Ease your mind by following this six-step risk management framework.
Fairphone has pulled off the impossible by selling a phone that makes social responsibility its flagship feature. Here's the unlikely story of how the team did it, and what's next.
Private school’s Chromebook program explains why Google’s laptops have captured nearly 20% of the educational market
Kentucky Country Day, an independent private school, recently began requiring Chromebooks for their middle schoolers. What started as an R&D experiment has yielded some striking re...
A failed SharePoint implementation is an obstacle to collaboration and communications. Here are tips for turning a failed SharePoint implementation around.
To enable its renaissance in U.S. manufacturing, GE Appliances had to completely reboot IT to act like an agile startup. TechRepublic has an inside look at the groundbreaking proje...
Tips and tricks for boosting how IT is perceived within the business...
Dominic Vogel crafts an apt football analogy to underscore the importance of investing in security awareness training for employees. Not doing so could undo all of your high-dollar...
CIO Jury: Tech chiefs weigh up whether age is still an issue in IT...
What I found difficult to ascertain was whether this was the standard response that the [original] poster and everyone else receives, ANYTIME doing something differently is propose...
Ilya Bogorad clears the hype that surrounds this Knowledge Management and advises IT leaders on what you need to do to make your participation in a KM project a success.