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4 Signs It's Time for a Cloud-Based HR Platform
Human Resources

4 Signs It's Time for a Cloud-Based HR Platform

Just like most business functions, you can now get HR help from the cloud. Is it time?
Gwen Moran
CEOs Can No Longer Sit Idly By on Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity

CEOs Can No Longer Sit Idly By on Cybersecurity

Target's dismissal of its top man is proof that executives ignore tech breaches at their own peril.
Eric Basu
Deflating 4 Myths About the Wonders of Cloud Computing
Cloud computing

Deflating 4 Myths About the Wonders of Cloud Computing

Misconceptions abound about the new internet-based storage. Find out what you need to know before setting up a system in the sky.
Eric Dynowski
Many Entrepreneurs Still Up in the Air About the Cloud
Cloud computing

Many Entrepreneurs Still Up in the Air About the Cloud

Securing your data is just one tech problem small businesses can afford to solve in the cloud but largely unfounded security worries keep many companies from taking the leap.
Ben Uretsky
 How the Cloud Could Huff and Puff and Blow Your Business Down
Cloud computing

How the Cloud Could Huff and Puff and Blow Your Business Down

Cloud-based companies that scale fast may reach a point when their infrastructure won't be able to support them.
Mark Stockford
7 Deadly Sins of Financial Management (Infographic)
Financial Statements

7 Deadly Sins of Financial Management (Infographic)

Minding the books while trying to gather insights from fiscal data is difficult. Update to modern technology. Cloud computing offers answers.
Jeff Epstein
Travel Tech: 4 Gadgets for Running Your Business on the Fly
Travel Apps

Travel Tech: 4 Gadgets for Running Your Business on the Fly

Productivity tools for outside the office.
John Patrick Pullen
Aereo Faces Off Against Broadcast Giants in Supreme Court Today
Cloud computing

Aereo Faces Off Against Broadcast Giants in Supreme Court Today

The controversial streaming TV startup has battled broadcast goliaths before -- and won both times. Will it prevail again? Either way, Aereo's fate could forever change the way we watch TV.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
4 Movies Plots That Modern Technology Would Have Destroyed
Movies

4 Movies Plots That Modern Technology Would Have Destroyed

From 'You've Got Mail' to 'Office Space,' modern technology would have altered -- if not outright killed -- the plot of these films.
Laura Entis
Aereo Founder: If We Lose, 'We Have No Plan B'
Innovators

Aereo Founder: If We Lose, 'We Have No Plan B'

Chet Kanojia, network TV's Enemy No. 1, is looking to expand his controversial business even as he heads to the Supreme Court to defend it.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Dropbox Users: Your Life Just Got a Little Easier.
Innovation

Dropbox Users: Your Life Just Got a Little Easier.

Separate Dropboxes. One for work stuff. One for play stuff. Plus a way to link them together. Why didn't Dropbox think of this earlier?
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Aereo CEO: 'We're on the Side of the Angels'
Aereo

Aereo CEO: 'We're on the Side of the Angels'

Aereo, which snatches over-the-air TV signals and streams them on the internet for a few dollars a month, is determined to prevail over the TV networks trying to bring it down.
Jason Ankeny
Collaborating Is a Waste of Time If It Falls Into These 4 Traps
Collaborating

Collaborating Is a Waste of Time If It Falls Into These 4 Traps

Be wary of groupthink, three-hour meetings and open offices dominated by chatterboxes. Encourage meaningful followup on worthy ideas.
Tony Lopresti
Aaron Levie, the Quintessential Silicon Valley CEO, Will Only Own 4.1 Percent of Box When It IPOs
Innovator Profiles

Aaron Levie, the Quintessential Silicon Valley CEO, Will Only Own 4.1 Percent of Box When It IPOs

Online file-storage service Box has finally filed to go public. Here's what we know.
Laura Entis