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School may have prepared you to administer a network like a pro, but it may not have taught you how to interview like a pro. Here are some missteps you should watch out for.
Taxes can be confusing, especially for entrepreneurs. Here are some tax tips for first time founders.
IT staff may need to get used to training and supporting users on applications, because the benefits are two-fold: better software ROI and improved communication between the two gr...
Innovation offices are US government entities specifically tasked with catalyzing and enabling improvements. IBM researchers are optimistic about the approaches, though cite possib...
If you're looking to add a social media pro to your team, here are six things to look for that can help you make an excellent hire.
It's not hard to make QuickBooks fail, break, and refuse to work as reliably as it should. Here are a few common mistakes that can send it off the rails.
Wearable devices are still trying to gain a solid foothold with consumers. The concept is already boring some, so manufacturers are scrambling to figure out how to appeal to the ma...
Job hunters are turning to video resumes to stand out from the crowd. We have some tips on how to use a video resume to land a job, and avoid becoming an office joke.
Venture capital funding is a great tool for entrepreneurs, but its implications are often not fully understood. Here's what VC-seekers need to know.
Tablets are everywhere. The question isn't whether to use them, but how to secure them in the workplace. VDI is the answer.