A recent study has found that 62 percent of organizations are still using Microsoft Office 365 applications on-premises rather than in the cloud, a rather shortsighted decision that can potentially cost an organization millions of dollars a year.
When the IT organization is directed to cut costs, one of the first things to go is the training budget, and learning and development fall by the wayside. The reason is simple: Training tends to be seen as a cost, rather than as an investment.
Soon, the customer experience in obtaining goods and services will be dramatically altered by the emergence of bots that communicate with each other, leaving nothing for us humans to do in the process other than letting our personal bots know what it is we want.
Leadership consultant Jon Gordon has excellent advice and guidance on how to lead in a way that inspires positivity and optimism.
While the experiences leaders have and the challenges they face over time may change dramatically, what constitutes great leadership doesn’t change significantly at all.
Linda Sharkey, who served as HP’s chief talent officer and VP of people development from 2006 to 2009, discusses the culture and the difference between diversity and inclusivity.
The United States is seemingly oblivious to looming massive job losses that will inevitably occur as smart machines take over more and more functions that are currently performed by humans.
The difference in Coding Autism’s approach lies in how the students are accommodated and supported on the career preparation side.
Linda Sharkey, an organizational and leadership development strategist and co-author of a book on talent development, shares a non-traditional perspective on the topic of corporate diversity and inclusion.
Jack Zhang, founder and CEO of GeekPark, shares his views on some topics that are controversial, including internet censorship, corporate espionage and software piracy.
Hiring consultant Scott Wintrip has shared great advice on how to optimize your hiring practices so that you’re better equipped to reduce the risk of hiring the wrong people. Here are six guidelines he’s come up with to help accomplish that.
How do you go about managing both introverted and extroverted personality types while optimizing the work experience of each?
Datacastle CEO Ron Faith discusses mitigating the risk around employees walking out the door with sensitive company data.
Jack Zhang, founder and CEO of GeekPark, a tech innovation advocacy forum in Beijing, thinks understanding the geek culture in China would help people in the U.S. get a fuller appreciation of what’s happening on the technology front in that country.
Given the fact that if you’re human, you’re biased, how can we take bias out of the hiring equation so that it’s not a factor? Can artificial intelligence help us accomplish that?
According to the results of a recent survey, while IT pros in larger companies are more likely than their counterparts in smaller companies to feel they’re being paid fairly, IT pros in smaller companies are more likely than their counterparts in larger companies to be happy at work.
John Underkoffler explains how his movie work informs Oblong's modern user interfaces and how large enterprises are using the technology.
Ron Faith, president and CEO of Datacastle, a data security and backup technology provider in Seattle, is such an ardent believer in exit interviews that he personally conducts every one of them at his own company.