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At the end of every year, countless workers are missing out on (and letting go of) leave time. TechRepublic asked the experts how both employers and employees can make sure time is used.
Anne-Marie Slaughter offers an alternate reality check on the future of women, tech, and the workplace
TechRepublic talked to Anne-Marie Slaughter about being honest with women and men about making it, the risks of overlooking women who left the workplace, and taking the longer view on careers.
Venture capital remains the fuel that powers the technology industry, but it also suffers from the same gender equality problems. Here's why it matters, and what has to change.
We've published interviews with the UK's first CDO, Chicago's first CDO, and the Commerce Dept.'s first CDO. This feature combines their insights with other CDOs to provide a roadmap for the position.
John Dillon, the former CEO of Salesforce, Engine Yard, and Hyperion, is now the CEO of Aerospike. Learn how the startup attracted this Silicon Valley veteran.
Before installing an IoT app on one of your servers, conduct an economic feasibility study to see whether the benefits outweigh the costs. This is what to include in your study.
Outsourcing business processes to a third party can be a useful way to relieve some pressure on you as a founder. Here are some best practices for outsourcing in the early days.
A promotion from COO to CEO isn't necessarily a good move if you're more adept at and you prefer operations over strategy. Think about where you'll be most effective.
How a tiny fishing village became the gadget factory of the world, and why that's just the beginning of its ambitions
In three decades, Shenzhen has skyrocketed from a remote coastal town to the tech manufacturing capital of the world. Steve Ranger explains how and what it means for the future of China and the world.
Extreme Network's Vala Afshar tells TechRepublic about his year and a half career in marketing, his background in engineering, and why the resume is dead.