Searched for: "what makes a great leader in business"
- Cxo (61)
- Tech & Work (19)
- Enterprise Software (13)
- Innovation (10)
- Banking (6)
- Start-Ups (6)
- Mobility (5)
- Networking (5)
- Open Source (5)
- Data Centers (4)
- Microsoft (4)
- After Hours (3)
- Big Data (3)
- Cloud (3)
- Developer (3)
- Social Enterprise (3)
- Collaboration (2)
- Hardware (2)
- Software (2)
- Google (1)
- Project Management (1)
- Security (1)
About 162 results for "what makes a great leader in business"
Author and MIT professor Sherry Turkle discusses how tech devices change the nature of our conversations at work and in our personal lives.
Considering a cloud platform for your enterprise? Here's the essence of Google's cloud strategy to challenge Amazon Web Services' leadership.
TM Forum has formed a collaboration of seven cities to push creation of smart cities through open data sharing and standardization. The goal is to have more than 100 cities participating.
No one knew quite what to do with Cardboard when Google handed it out in 2014. Little did we know it would become a leader in the emergence of VR-especially for businesses.
TechRepublic transformed one of its most popular stories, how the IoT is creating smart cities all over the world, in to an audio story. It's like getting a free mini audiobook in our podcast feed.
zSpace has changed virtual reality in the education field. Now it may offer a product that individuals and small businesses can take advantage of.
2016 promises to be a watershed year for virtual reality as a commercial product. Here's what to expect.
A revised organizational model may be in your plan for the coming year. Here's how to not get bogged down in superficial moves that don't lead to meaningful change.
Apple recently made a highly-criticized claim about its role in the open source community. But, their real misunderstanding is how to talk to open source developers.
At this point, technology is unavoidable. Every company must either operate as a software business now, or be moving in that direction, or risk becoming irrelevant