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As cloud collaboration changes expectations, the music industry is primed for disruption. A new breed of cloud tools is enhancing how artists in separate locations create beautiful...
Several factors are driving the potential for lots of M&A activity in the tech space for 2014. Social and software will lead the charge, but high valuations could be problematic.
For startups, the IPO is an exit option that is used and abused and can be hard to understand. Here's how to know whether an IPO should be the goal for your startup.
This is the first of a three part series discussing options available to deploy and/or administer Google Chrome in the organization.
...and they're considering bringing him in as a consultant, even after being at odds with the Executive Director, I'd say your odds of coming out of this on top are pretty much sho...
Not everyone is ready to make the leap to the cloud, but one innovative retailer is showing what benefits they realized by combining open source and cloud tech for a brand-new plat...
Recent natural disasters have caused major flooding in Thailand, resulting in a hard drive shortage. Rick Vanover shares some tips to help mitigate exposure to the supply chain int...
Conventional wisdom says the public cloud is insecure, and yet in-house security stratagems often go awry in spectacular fashion. Tajudeen Abubakr lays out the basic recommendation...
While operating with a profit-or-loss mentality can offer leadership opportunities and a drive for efficiency, there are several problems with a full-shared service model.
To make sure your applications are performing as they should, you need monitoring systems -- but you also need to be looking at the right measurements in a systematic way. Here are...