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The next generation of mobile technology, 5G, is beginning to take shape. Here's what it's trying to accomplish and how. And, why 5G could be the last standard we ever need.
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If you're looking for the rise the next Silicon Valley, the place to watch is the Negev region in Israel. Its new cybersecurity juggernaut is breaking new ground in public-private ...
Heidi Ambler, director of IBM Social Business, offers these tips to help your organization devise a successful social media strategy.
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Nicole Bremer Nash reminds you to make sure your social media marketing is on point by defining your message and your audience. And, don't panic about entering these online convers...
As an information strategist, John Weathington frequently sees organizations who are unsure of their Big Data strategy six months into the effort. Here are his tips for framing Big...
If you expect your developers or contractors to take on business analyst or project manager roles, here are three ways to help them be effective and stay motivated.