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Working for a startup can be a rewarding career experience, but you have to get on board with a sound company. Here are eight questions to help you decide if a startup is right for...
Hosting protected healthcare data in the cloud, says Connectria's David Pollard, means you have to find a solid partner and know your on-premise and cloud risks.
Big data that can be immediately actionable in business decisions is transforming corporate thinking. One expert cautions that a mindset change is needed to get the most from these...
John Dillon, the former CEO of Salesforce, Engine Yard, and Hyperion, is now the CEO of Aerospike. Learn how the startup attracted this Silicon Valley veteran.
Mobility can help you transform your business into a digital enterprise, says Jim Haviland of Vox Mobile. Just don't wait to act on mobility's possibilities, or there might be disa...
C.J. Radford predicts the usage of cloud applications will accelerate in 2015, says data-at-rest protection is imperative for enterprise cloud deployment, and more in this Q&A.
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) might be a misdiagnosis of larger technology and infrastructure issues according to Art King of SpiderCloud Wireless.
Microsoft IT, the internal IT department for Microsoft, unveiled a plan to move the business workflow into Azure and on-premises computing. The move is slated to be completed by th...
The board of directors for a startup is serious stuff, but it is sometimes misunderstood. Getting your board right isn't very complicated, but its implications are critical.
Entrepreneurship isn't really something you can measure, but there are ways to tell when the timing is right. Here are five signs that you might be ready for life as a founder.