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Your tech team can't work in a silo now that employees are bringing all kinds of gadgets to work with them. Everyone on your team needs to play their part.
Your whole business could be on the line with a single decision. Here are three steps to make the decision-making process less daunting.
More work environments are adopting "bring you own device" policies but it's raising malware concerns.
Your tech support can make or break your business when something goes awry. Here's what you need to know to avoid disaster.
Focus on the security, stability, scalability and sustainability of your digital infrastructure to keep your business ahead of the competition.
These factors are important to consider and forecast before you launch your business.
Finding someone who understands your vision and knows how to execute it is not easy. Here are seven ways to be sure you're choosing the right person.
The floundering Canadian tech company has set up John Chen with a mostly stock-based compensation package, but cash if he is terminated.
The Berlin-based online music platform has gone from being relative niche platform for techno musicians to an audio hub for everyone from the White House to Beyoncé in the last three years.
To this day, women are far outnumbered by men in the tech world. Here are nine women helping to prove tech development isn't a man's world.
The young Yahoo CEO has purchased the property that houses Palo Alto's oldest funeral parlor, according to reports.
As the size of a computer chip approaches zero, computational power will be everywhere and in everything, says Brian David Johnson, the resident futurist at Intel.
As investor appetite improves and the Big Apple's tech scene continues to mature, analysts expect New York City to become a hub of tech IPO activity in coming years.
Even in this early prototype, these robotic blocks can self-assemble into different shapes.
Gamification, a principle for applying gameplay mechanics and theories to everyday problems, is growing in popularity. Here's how your small business can start playing.
As most execs feel their companies aren't going digital quickly enough, Starbucks provides a model for tech success.
NEXT gets startups on the fast track, the Glimpse conference shows them the future, Feast makes them think, Martha Stewart's American Made teaches them to cook. This week's notable news and startup events for entrepreneurs.
In the battle to reign supreme in the tech sector, the mayor of New York City says London is the city to watch.
In a win for business travelers, the wireless carrier will slash fees for data and texting in more than 100 countries beginning October 31.
Technology should help eliminate distractions that drag down your productivity. Here are three places to start.
This powerful form of analytics can make your business look smarter.
Google Glass users that have paired Glass with an Android device will be able to see public transit directions on the device.
Photo booths are making a comeback, and the founder of the DVDNow Kiosks franchise, has created a touchscreen, open-air 'booth' that's connected to social media.
Managing and keeping track of the information thrown at you all day can become overwhelming. Here are three online tools to make the process easier.
About 250,000 people use Dwolla, a payment network that charges just 25 cents for transactions of $10 or more. Dwolla's transactions on pace to total $1 billion in 2013.
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