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The idea that all developers, analysts, and architects think alike is a myth. The strongest IT shops have a generous mix of personality types.
If you dread tax time, take heart. These free apps will help get you through the filing process with less aggravation and fewer errors.
The deadline to comply with some OSHA standard changes related to hazard chemicals is June 1, 2015. Learn how SaaS apps might make it easier to meet the deadline and manage these m...
Voice over IP (VoIP) is a communication technology allowing voice traffic transmission as data packets over a private or a public IP network. VoIP allows significant benefits for c...
Vendor lock-in and incompatible tools are the two main problems you'll encounter when deploying SaaS apps across multiple platforms. Learn how the OASIS CAMP spec solves these issu...
The 2012 Obama campaign took data-driven campaigning to a new level. In the future, more campaigns will leverage data to decide how to influence you to vote.
A decade ago, the PayPal Mafia played a major role in revitalizing the tech industry in Silicon Valley. The story behind this group of leaders proves that their success is more tha...
The "right to record" will gain even more attention as smartphones, wearables, and social media usage increases. Alex Howard believes this will lead to the emergence of a "sousveil...
Will Kelly reviews Tibco Spotfire Mobile Metrics, a new entry into the mobile business intelligence market.
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.