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The average CIO faces an almost debilitating number of choices of where to spend his or her IT dollars. Here are suggestions on how to focus on the right initiatives.
For startups shopping for VC money, targeting an acquisition is one of the primary options for an exit. To help pick your targets, TechRepublic has broken down how the top 10 tech ...
It's easy to lose sight of the big picture as you focus on the daily details. Here's how to keep grounded while also dedicating time each week to big picture thinking.
More and more business users are taking on the role of IT decision maker -- but they may not know what they should ask vendors. If you find yourself in this boat, keep these 10 cri...
Google finally unveiled its pricing plan and opened signups for its Google Fiber internet service in Austin, Texas. Here's what the program means for the City of the Violet Crown.
Mary Shacklett sees it as a positive that board members care about big data, because it helps keep C-level executives focused on these initiatives.
The end business is playing a growing role in selecting and managing cloud services. These tips will help business leaders avoid common pitfalls and get the most value from cloud s...
A recent McKinsey survey sheds light on what the C-suite should think about in terms of its IT talent needs, from top skills to development to the talent value proposition.
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.
In order to ensure a smooth corporate acquisition, there is a compelling argument for dealing with web assets as aggressively as other assets. Here are five points you don't want t...