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HotLink CEO Lynn LeBlanc offers advice on managing hybrid IT, transforming your data center, and getting started in tech entrepreneurship.
All of our workplace tools are digital, but they aren't integrated, which wastes time and energy. That's a problem Uskape wants to solve.
18F has quietly become the bleeding edge of the US federal government's adoption of open source software. Read about the benefits and challenges of open source going mainstream.
The Conservis farm-business platform automates data entry allowing near real-time access. The software package reduces human error, and ultimately improves farm-management decision...
Ushahidi co-founder David Kobia talked to TechRepublic about working remotely, staying humble, and Ushahidi's quest to solve global problems.
Data brokers collect data from numerous sources for everyone in the US. It is alarming how much data is collected and the potential for security breaches, particularly from wearabl...
Thinking about organizing a hackathon to power up new innovations? Read these tips to make sure you host a fun, impactful event.
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.
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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...