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The HR software market is forecast to reach $9.2 billion worldwide by 2020. The future shift in HR software buying patterns may also lead to a change in workers' expectations.
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The way we define work is changing. More managers are allowing employees autonomy as they integrate their home and work lives, even if it's not always easy to sacrifice control.
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IT leaders should forget the stereotypes about Millennials and instead take stock of what skills these employees offer the company. For instance, they might be naturals at social m...
Univision's Stephanie Ramirez talks about how a nuanced understanding of their target demographic shapes everything they do in social media.
Web startups are notorious for having some of the most ridiculous names out there. Here is our list of the 15 most cringe-worthy startup names.
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The case of Edward Snowden and the subsequent revelations about the behaviors of the NSA raise serious questions about privacy, liberty and the future role of the internet, by way ...
Millennial developers would be wise to learn the key lesson that UNIX taught us long ago: open-source code is nice, but portability of code is critical.