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As enterprises look to more mobility and BYOD in their technology futures, it might be time for them to add a mobile strategist to their team.
Streamlining interactions between customers and businesses sounds like a good idea, but what will it take to actually make it work?
As long as there have been IT pros and end users, there have been outbreaks of tension between them. Here are some tactics you can use to fix disconnects and restore a good working relationship with y...
Sometimes projects go downhill. And sometimes they crash. Savvy managers recognize the signs, step up and take necessary action, learn from the experience -- and help the team learn from it too.
Most entrepreneurs are not afraid to fail, but sometimes they aren't prepared for it either. Here's how you can get your affairs in order if your startup bites the dust.
CloudPages can add more options to your Google Apps environment such as single sign-on, password recovery and contact sharing features. Find out what it offers and how it came about.
Jack Wallen puts an Android developer on the hot seat and receives some very enlightening responses. If you've ever considered developing for Android, this is a must-read.
People outside of the world's biggest cities need reliable internet, too. White Space broadband is a beacon of hope. These 10 communities are making it happen.
In order to ensure a smooth corporate acquisition, there is a compelling argument for dealing with web assets as aggressively as other assets. Here are five points you don't want to ignore.
iTOi, a video accessory for iPads, brings eye contact back to video calls. How they skipped startup funding and went straight to a distribution deal with Brookstone.