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Collaboration and management app Trello recently hit a milestone of 10 million users and released some new integrations for its business tier. Here's how it can help you get work d...
Slack has become the messaging platform of choice for many organizations. Here are some tips for rolling it out.
Thought leadership is frequently an objective and job criteria for the highest levels of IT leadership. Here's the why and how of becoming an IT thought leader.
Travel is increasingly a part of the modern IT worker's life, whether you're a junior analyst or a CIO. These tips from one IT road warrior will make your trips go more smoothly.
Atlassian bootstrapped its way to a $3.3 billion valuation while selling to a demographic that hates salespeople. Jay Simons, Atlassian's president, offers tips on how to replicate...
Decoding the Genius Bar: A former employee shares insider secrets for getting help at the Apple Store
Whether you broke your iPhone or you need to learn how to edit video on your Mac, the Apple Store has services to assist. Here are tips to navigate it from a former employee.
Google Chromebooks are growing in popularity, but the experience can feel foreign to some. Here are some apps to make it feel like home for desktop users.
Raising venture capital funding has become a misunderstood rite of passage for startups. Understanding what you want and why you need it can make all the difference.
Google provides a dedicated Search application for Windows 8. Find out how it can help your Windows 8 experience.
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...