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3D Printing Gradually Moving to the Mainstream

18 Sep, 2014

More job postings are listing 3D printing as a required skill, and Microsoft has updated its 3D printing app in Windows 8.1. More >

A Former Female Lieutenant Governor on Working in a Male-Dominated Environment

11 Sep, 2014

Jennifer Carroll speaks very honestly about working with and around the good old boys, being a team player and seeing that strategy fail, and how to focus on positive steps toward success.  More >

A Snapshot of Dell’s Transformation

04 Sep, 2014

Analyst Rob Enderle sees and hears passion coming from Dell now, something he thought had been lost in the tech industry in recent years.  More >

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Loraine Lawson

The New Data Quality Tool: Crowdsourcing, Externally or Internally

Integration   |  Loraine Lawson   |  23 Sep, 2014

New crowdsourcing companies can help provide quality data by collecting and validating data from online sources.... More >

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Arthur Cole

HP and EMC: A Sign of the Times?

Infrastructure   |  Arthur Cole   |  23 Sep, 2014

Is this our economic system at work, weeding out inefficiencies in business models that are about to be out-classed by changing times anyway? ... More >

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Don Tennant

Can a Job Hopper Be a Good IT Talent Investment?

From Under the Rug   |  Don Tennant   |  23 Sep, 2014

Recent research suggests that having a history of job-hopping doesn’t necessarily mean that a candidate would be a bad hire.... More >

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Mike Vizard

NetApp Extends Object Storage Reach into the Cloud

IT Unmasked   |  Mike Vizard   |  23 Sep, 2014

NetApp StorageGRID Webscale object-storage software brings the storage management flexibility associated with a public cloud to private clouds.... More >

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Kim Mays

SBA Finds SMBs, Public Oppose Proposed Safe Harbor Policy

SMB Tech   |  Kim Mays   |  22 Sep, 2014

The Safe Harbor policy may save large companies from paying huge fines, but it could cause small businesses to lose out on contracts worth billions.... More >

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Carl Weinschenk

What Is Unified Communications Today?

Data and Telecom   |  Carl Weinschenk   |  22 Sep, 2014

Changes in technology and the workforce that uses unified communications make it hard to pin down. ... More >

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Sue Marquette Poremba

You Should Never Ignore IT Security Warnings

Data Security   |  Sue Marquette Poremba   |  22 Sep, 2014

The attacks on businesses are getting more creative, which means that companies need to be more vigilant about security than ever before.... More >

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Kim Mays

Tips on Negotiating IT Equipment and Software Contracts

New Tools for IT   |  Kim Mays   |  18 Sep, 2014

Negotiation is a skill that anyone can master. Even managing IT vendor agreements can become a task that is less feared and more often a success.... More >

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Rob Enderle

Qualcomm Uplinq 2014: Redefining the Near-Term Future

Unfiltered Opinion   |  Rob Enderle   |  18 Sep, 2014

Qualcomm sees tablets and desktop computing as up-scaled smartphones, and presented some interesting mobile ideas at Uplinq. ... More >

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Kachina Shaw

More than a Name Change: ISIS Mobile Wallet Becomes Softcard

Governance and Risk   |  Kachina Shaw   |  17 Sep, 2014

Even if users aren’t turned off by security and privacy worries, they don’t see the benefit of switching from using credit cards to using their phones to make payments. ... More >

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Kachina Shaw

IBM Co-Investment Training Program Includes Pay Cuts

Charting Your IT Career   |  Kachina Shaw   |  15 Sep, 2014

Affected employees will spend one day per week improving “cloud, analytics, mobile and social” skills, and see a 10 percent pay cut. ... More >

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