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Millennials are facing an astonishing level of competition for every job. There are hundreds of you applying to every job. So, how to defy Oldster expectations and set yourself up ...
The value of antivirus software is controversial. Michael P. Kassner asks an AV-testing expert why, and if it needs to be this way.
To enable its renaissance in U.S. manufacturing, GE Appliances had to completely reboot IT to act like an agile startup. TechRepublic has an inside look at the groundbreaking proje...
One of the most frustrating tasks for an IT leader is to prepare for a vendor audit. Here's how to make it more bearable.
Dominic Vogel identifies several key areas to evaluate when your organization is comparing solutions for an endpoint protection suite.
Before letting staff members telecommute, consider the answers to these questions about you, your department, and your employees.
If your child is trying to convince you that an iPad is essential for an effective, productive college experience, this list will help you stand your ground.
If you're wasting too much time waiting (and waiting and waiting) for Web pages to load, give these tips a try. You should see an immediate, noticeable boost in speed, making your ...
Becoming a sought-after industry expert requires dedication, planning, and hard work. Here are some things you can do to make it happen.
Chip Camden offers independent consultants tips on how to be savvy when it comes to the IRS's 20 factors for determining whether a worker is an employee under common law rules.