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A zombie roams in search of brains. But as you try to protect yourself, don’t forget to protect your business data too! Read More
When someone leaves the company, the HR department is quick to grab the employee's laptop. But what about the data on other equipment? How can the organization know what's on her mobile devices? Does anyone know to which websites and cloud-based software the employee has access? Here’s how IT (work Read More
Technology, schmecknology. Half of the fun of attending a tech event is discovering the swag that vendors hand out on the exhibit floor. T-shirts? Pens? That’s so old school. Here's what companies are giving away on the trade show floor to top corporate executives.
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What do YOU do to help employees bond with one another? At Druva, the team is split between California and India, and the leadership does everything it can to help people feel connected. Like, say, share photos of everybody's pets.

Which is yet another excuse for you to say Awwwww at cute cats, Read More
Every team has someone who at the bottom of its bell curve: an individual who has a hard time keeping up with other team members. By my observation, how your team members treat that person is a significant indicator of your organization’s health.
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Interaction with users can help drive product decisions, but getting from conversations with users to tangible customer data can still be a big mystery. Here are three steps for getting from a casual, interview-esque conversation with a handful of target users to concrete survey results about the a Read More
Grassroots organizations need volunteers and the project management lessons learned from these volunteers is priceless when money isn't the motivation. Read More
Doing magic shows and mini-shows over the past two decades has taught Daniel Dern a number of important project management lessons, from planning ahead to just-in-time dependencies tracking, as well as conducting deliverable post-mortems. While you may not plan projects that involve pulling a rabbi Read More
Marketers are asked to rely on numbers again, this time in the form of big data, and to shun their own creative instincts. This move will lead many marketers to fail, but not for the reasons MIT's Andrew McAfee thinks they will--at least not entirely. Read More
Whether you are a network engineer Googling a potential product who is weary of vendor follow-up emails or a journalist searching for background information on a topic that might flag you for some kind of government watch list (e.g., my search for the Syrian Electronic Army’s Twitter feed), many of Read More
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