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Get distracted data scientists to take their eyes off their laptops and engage in your meeting by following these nine tips for running an effective meeting.
A communication plan serves many purposes, from publicizing successful rollouts to keeping execs in touch with the IT roadmap. Here's an overview of what a well-designed plan can o...
When malware is suspected don't jump the gun on diagnosis and countermeasures. Follow these best practice guidelines to ensure an appropriate and measured response.
Tom Olzak describes the signs that an employee might become an insider threat and recommends the various controls and monitoring that can be implemented to mitigate such threats.
Some team collaboration platforms add an unneeded layer of complexity and even fluff to the process. Will Kelly says that's not the case with Atlassian's Collaboration wiki.
What's worse than getting hit with a security breach? Getting hit with an easily preventable one.
Free Helpdesk does not offer a lot of bells and whistles, though it does an incredibly good job of being a simple and intuitive way for your IT department to organize support reque...
For centuries, paper has been the communication medium of business. We use it to collect data, to carry signatures, to drive the business process, and to provide an auditable recor...
Users accessing porn at work is a gateway for malware and ransomware that IT pros have to clean up. And if the content is also illegal, it's an even bigger problem. Bob Eisenhardt ...
Policies can help keep an organization running smoothly -- but only if they're clearly defined, carefully written, and have a legitimate purpose.