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Here's how you can decide whether to hire contractors or full-time employees for your startup and avoid government fines.
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American Express' Jenn Eldin tells TechRepublic about getting to know customers on social media.
From implementing real-time big data processes to managing internal social media, 2014 brought many changes and challenges. Drawing on those experiences can help you build your str...
As long as there have been IT pros and end users, there have been outbreaks of tension between them. Here are some tactics you can use to fix disconnects and restore a good working...
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.
When best laid product plans go awry, you may need to issue a code red. This is when you look to the several backup plans developed as part of your big data strategy.
Sometimes projects go downhill. And sometimes they crash. Savvy managers recognize the signs, step up and take necessary action, learn from the experience -- and help the team lear...
While OpenStreetMap offers great mapping data, its community-driven approach may not be enough to unseat Google Maps.
At her office at Ford headquarters, Chantel Lenard talked to TechRepublic about international marketing, taking a 6-month sabbatical, and what she looks for in a team.
For years, Postgres lived in MySQL's shadow -- but now, a "perfect storm" is propelling its rise.