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EY's Vincent Walden explains how to leverage big data analytics to detect fraud and to create a strong anti-corruption program. He also discusses the EY survey "Big risks require b...
The South Tyneside NHS Foundation in the UK implemented iPads and Huddle for iPad to take its board of directors paperless.
As videoconferencing becomes more prevalent in the enterprise environment, how does the cloud expand deployment options?
Here's an article that makes the process of securing a software development job (which for us usually lands on the .NET/C# side of things) more fun by treating it like the "cheat c...
Eben Upton's overwhelming emotion at having co-created a $35 Linux computer that sold in the hundreds of thousands last year is surprise.
This post is Part 2 of a five-part series detailing best practices for the process of Going Google.
With social media now a mainstream communication tool, there's concern about to collect and preserve its content in the event of eDiscovery. Here are some options to consider.
Dominic Vogel emphasizes the importance of proper planning for deploying a new antivirus product, particularly in large enterprises. Here are his best practice guidelines to follow...
Steve Jobs resurrected Apple by slaying five dragons. See how he did it. This reprint of a 2010 article is published in honor of Steve Jobs' passing.
Agreement to share information in exchange for protection or services has become an irrelevant formality. Wouldn't it be nice if we could claim enough of a position of strength to ...