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Do you have a bit of IT budget money you may lose as the calendar year ends? Here are a few ideas for how to use those remaining funds to make small improvements that can have a bi...
Anu Duggal, founder of F Cubed, a VC fund for women founders, talked to TechRepublic about her strengths as an entrepreneur and what she learned from starting companies in India.
Projects are universal in business. As a developer or engineer, a PMP certification might help you demonstrate you can see those projects through.
Case Study: EMC implements VMware IT business Management and IT Benchmarking to Increase Financial Transparency
EMC is a global leader in enabling businesses and service providers to transform their operations and deliver information technology as a service (ITaaS). EMC has been on a journe...
A look at the possible future of autonomous vehicles as the UK gives the go-ahead for trials of computer-controlled cars on public roads.
Tech visionary and former SAP CTO Vishal Sikka is the new CEO of Infosys. His credibility as a technical professional could help win customers' trust, and ultimately transform the ...
As a startup founder, being able to quickly explain what company's goal and vision is imperative. Master the art of the elevator pitch with these tips.
The role of the CIO is starting to look a lot like a business strategist. TechRepublic spoke with David Nichols about EY's recent Born to be digital CIO survey.
Finland as attempted to stimulate a startup scene with public money while avoiding too much government intervention. They helped establish some hits. Here's how they did it.
Enterprises are losing their emphasis on the bread and butter of IT, and the need for server techs and sysadmins seems to be diminishing. How can an IT pro plan around this?