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Microsoft's redemption song in Africa: Catalyzing tech revolutions on the world's least connected continent
Africans are taking control of their own destiny in technology, and Microsoft is no longer just giving away software but using its resources to fuel innovation fires instead.
The most important aspect of launching a startup is the team behind the idea. Here are best practices and helpful tips for identifying your ideal co-founder.
Read Andy Makar's predictions about what will be the hottest project management trends in the coming year, and then let us know if you'd make changes to his list.
Your IT project team might be the most powerful PM tool of all. Read experts' advice about how to get the most out of those team members.
Change management can be a complex road littered with potholes. Learn some navigation tips to apply in your organization.
See how easy it is to protect your email servers with the help of Scrollout. The email gateway is a snap to set up and configure.
You've just gone live on Google Apps. Here are the first five steps an admin should take to ensure smooth sailing from this point forward.
Moving to Google Apps doesn't mean having to recreate user accounts. Learn how you can leverage your existing Active Directory for easy setup.
Nick Hardiman continues his soup-to-nuts series on getting started and learning to work with Amazon Web Services. Here are tips on using the command line to open an EC2 machine.
Mark Underwood takes a look at IBM's Watson project and what it means in more practical terms of applying AI to the future of network management.