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Bottlenecks, silos, competing business units and bureaucratic rules "baked into the DNA of state government." Change doesn't come easy at the state level, and that goes for CIOs in...
Change management can be a complex road littered with potholes. Learn some navigation tips to apply in your organization.
Social business is about sharing expertise, experiences and ideas. Innovative Enterprise 2.0 technologies are helping make this sharing possible and pointing the way to identifying...
Both private and public organizations are at risk for cyberwarfare attacks and must take responsibility for network defense. Tom Olzak outlines security best practices.
Will Kelly offers five tips for migrating from a desktop to a SaaS project management application.
Staff using their own devices for work is the least of the problem. What really matters are the apps that come with BYOD and how organisations capitalise on that software.
One of the challenges for web masters, as well as any technology manager, is figuring out when to upgrade on a schedule that keeps up with current advances and fits the budget.
Cisco authorized recruiter Eman Conde serves up some job openings for this week.
Based on the results of surveys conducted at The Experts Conference last year, analysts at Quest Software have put together this set of predictions for the upcoming year.
IT consulting is a tough, competitive field, and there are ample opportunities to mishandle the job. Erik Eckel offers some cautionary advice for IT consultants who are just starti...