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There's nothing like a blizzard to get you out to meet your neighbors. In 2015, even more civic technologies are connecting people to information about city services and to one another.
These online resources help US citizens voting in the 2014 midterm elections learn candidates' positions, find their polling place, share that they voted, get election results, and more.
Jesse Draper is the host of the Valley Girl Show where she interviews big names in tech. She talked to TechRepublic about using the show to highlight female founders and bring technology to life.
Conditional formatting adjusts formats automatically as data changes. Learn how to build in a bit of flexibility by referencing those conditions in the sheet instead of in the rule's formula.
Worried that your IT career might stall out? These 10 practical strategies can help you achieve your goals as an IT pro.
When IID's legacy MySQL database couldn't provide the global scale needed, DataStax Enterprise proved to be the right big data solution for the job.
When a new IT pro joins your team, follow these five tips, and you'll speed up the process of working together like multi-year colleagues and rapidly producing output.
Security metrics are supposedly a way for upper management and IT departments to converse intelligently about in-house security programs. Why aren't the metrics working?
Nick Hardiman outlines the steps of taking an example SaaS solution to the world by taking advantage of AWS CloudFormation templates.
Want to know what's inside someone's house? There's an app for that -- PlaceRaider.