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Ron Guerrier spoke with TechRepublic about his career at Toyota Financial Services, his unique approach to office hours, and how today's CIOs can succeed.
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...
One of the things that caught John Joyner's eye at the recent MMS was Dell's commitment to client management for the Microsoft platform. He notes some of the new features.
In-house file servers can carry a hefty price tag, but that does not always mean Google Drive can alleviate these costs.
How does the enterprise deal with TMI (big data)? One approach is to automate processes through dynamic case management. Jeff Cerny interviews two executives at Eccentex.
Microsoft's biggest current mistake is creating the perception that Windows users are going to be dragged into the Cloud whether they want it or not.
Interview: GM Europe CIO Alejandro Martinez Galindo on the role IT can play in turning a global business around...
Google's Chromebook for Business program could entice a lot of organizations to consider ditching Windows for Chrome OS. Learn why and see how it could save big money.
Success in the IT field is increasingly tied to specialization -- but what particular tech niches are most in demand? Deb Shinder runs through the IT specialties that top the list.
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...