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According to a recently released study by Datalink and IDG, business is playing a bigger role than ever in IT spending. Here's what that means for the enterprise.
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Stepping Into the Cloud: A Practical Guide to Creating and Implementing a Successful Cloud Strategy - IBM
The cloud decision may be the easy part. For most businesses, the benefits promised by cloud computing—including agility, process optimization, speed to market, and cost reduction—...
A revised organizational model may be in your plan for the coming year. Here's how to not get bogged down in superficial moves that don't lead to meaningful change.
October marks the beginning of the end of the year for most companies. This is the final opportunity for IT leaders to finish strong.
Streak for Gmail turns your already powerful Google email client into a powerhouse CRM tool, ready to help you streamline some of your processes.
Microsoft has released a version of Windows 10 for the credit card-sized machine. But just what can you do with it?
Podcasting offers a golden marketing opportunity for your company--but where do you start? Here are five tools to get you up and running.
The founder of Lark, which is an AI system for health and wellness, talked to TechRepublic about startups, failures, and how running this company has made her live a more balanced life.
Microsoft has effectively repositioned itself for a brighter future with a business strategy that can actually work. Mark Kaelin explains.