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Entrepreneurship isn't really something you can measure, but there are ways to tell when the timing is right. Here are five signs that you might be ready for life as a founder.
Spinning off a cloud-based business from the core business is becoming a more likely scenario. CIOs may be well-placed to drive such an initiative.
System outages are inevitable when working in IT. The trick is to get through the experience while keeping your wits and reputation intact.
Apple's Siri could change the game in search and put a lot of pressure on Google, but first Apple needs to deal with web search integration.
The beginning of a new year is a good time to consider how well we met the previous year's challenges and to use what we learned to make improvements in the months to come.
Author: Michael Bernstein, PMP, CCIE Security #16395, CEH, CISSP, SANS Managing Information Security Assessment Projects for Success Background Information Security As...
Step by Step Guide to Managing Cisco (PIX to ASA) Firewall Migration Projects Overview This paper is designed as a guide for IT project managers to better understand Cisco PIX to...
In today's environment, taking a vacation may seem like the least important issue facing many people. However, leadership coach John M. McKee says sticking around the office is sh...
Manager, this word makes me remember of my earlier notion, an assumption I had of it during my college days, as ?the one who does nothing but mostly read/send emails and the one wh...
Estimating costs is one tough aspect of project management. This task can be quite a bit easier and more effective if you follow four simple steps during the planning process.