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You don't want your temporary data science coding hacks to make it into your production code. Here are two ways to prevent that from happening.
Innovation offices are US government entities specifically tasked with catalyzing and enabling improvements. IBM researchers are optimistic about the approaches, though cite possib...
There are many dos and don'ts when it comes to promoting meaningful interactions with your company's help desk. Here are ten which will yield the best results on all sides.
There are far better things than being phished, like writing about how not to get phished. Michael P. Kassner reviews a research paper that provides amazing insight into a successf...
Francisco Marzoa's first Android app, Luckiest Wheel, is a smash hit in the Amazon Appstore. He shares tips on getting your apps noticed in the market.
Thoran Rodrigues says you can be a cloud enthusiast, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't recognize its weaknesses. Ignore the hype and prepare for some problems, as you would with ...
Sure, the next iPhone is expected to have a new form factor, dual cameras, and multi-tasking, but the biggest issue at stake is improving battery life.
What do you do when a new implementation breaks everything it possibly can? Patrick Gray helps one IT shop with its failed ERP migration.
When a manager hides behind a lie to feel better, the impact can be destructive and far-reaching. BNET's Steve Tobak looks at some lies you may have encountered.
One of the most-common leadership mistakes is also one of the worst. What is it, and how can you avoid it? In this article, executive leadership coach John M McKee discusses this...