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iTOi, a video accessory for iPads, brings eye contact back to video calls. How they skipped startup funding and went straight to a distribution deal with Brookstone.
A Temkin Group survey analysis uncovers significant gains in loyalty measures for tech vendors that succeed in being easy to work with from their customers' perspectives.
SPF, DKIM, and DMARC make it difficult for spammers to send fake messages that appear to have been sent by your organization.
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 ...
Creating a network that's smart enough to deal with the evolving needs of staff and customers requires serious thought.
If you have to do a layoff, HR may tell you to get it over with quickly. But Margaret Heffernan has a different suggestion: Ignore HR tactics and go with your better instincts.
Some people are just plain hard to get along with. But you don't have to let them get under your skin. Calvin Sun offers advice for surviving your encounters with vexing customers ...
By making a few preparations, you can help ensure that your presentations are effective for audience members who have disabilities. Susan Harkins outlines several ways to keep thei...
The holidays are here, and you may be dealing with limited staff in the office. Here are some tips for getting things squared away so you can take a little time off.
Certain clients -- and you know who they are -- require some special strategies to make the relationship bearable. Jack Wallen offers some survival tips for handling those problema...