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Big data analysts spend most of their time ensuring that sensitive data fields are secure. Read about solutions that could allow analysts to focus more attention on algorithms and ...
Want to raise capital for your company without the help of VC or Angels? Here's the skinny on some alternative methods for funding your startup.
The authors use a behaviorally motivated risk-return optimization framework to shed light on the important link between global supply chain management and investors' risk-return ch...
Identifying, implementing, and assessing security controls for an information system can be a burden. Ease your mind by following this six-step risk management framework.
Good vendors can make your job much easier -- but are you getting everything you can from those relationships? Here are some of the benefits you might be missing out on.
Penetration testing is a well known method for actively evaluating and assessing the security of a network or an information system by simulating an attack from an attacker's persp...
Most entrepreneurs are not afraid to fail, but sometimes they aren't prepared for it either. Here's how you can get your affairs in order if your startup bites the dust.
In part two of the Evernote vs. OneNote comparison, Patrick Gray focuses on the usability difference between the applications.
Analysts and tech experts share their opinions on what Facebook's purchase of Oculus really means to the future of VR and crowdfunding.
Microsoft's redemption song in Africa: Catalyzing tech revolutions on the world's least connected continent
Africans are taking control of their own destiny in technology, and Microsoft is no longer just giving away software but using its resources to fuel innovation fires instead.