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  • Lure Top Talent with Workplace Flexibility

    Lure Top Talent with Workplace Flexibility

    At a time when US employment rates continue to rise and the free-agent workforce flourishes, companies looking to attract and retain the best people are evolving to allow more flexibility in every aspect of the workplace.

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  • My Vacation Was Electrifying, But Not Very Relaxing

    My Vacation Was Electrifying, But Not Very Relaxing

    If you wake up on vacation with a computer in your bed, it's not really a vacation. But more than half of employed Americans arguably don't understand that.

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  • Finding Your Way with BYOA

    Finding Your Way with BYOA

    Sometimes keeping up with technology trends requires a little deciphering. The roadmap for navigating the “Bring Your Own...” push in business, for instance, should probably come with a legend just to keep all the acronyms straight.

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  • You Can't Afford to Ignore Content Management

    Organizations are facing massive problems with content overload, especially from data generated by the Internet of Things (IoT), according to a recently published market intelligence report from AIIM, the Association for Information and Image Management. But the report (registration required) also shows that most businesses view enterprise content and document

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  • What You Should Know About Enterprise Mobility

    What You Should Know About Enterprise Mobility

    With all of the research and resources being poured into mobile, you’d think every single company would have a mobile strategy in place — and be hard at work executing it. However, the number is probably lower than you think. According to a study by Lopez Research, more than

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  • Google Joins the BYOD Party

    For a while it seemed that Google was so busy getting geeky with glasses and driverless cars that it was blind to the big opportunity directly in front of it — bringing enterprise level security to the nearly 1 billion Android mobile devices that, in some way or another, are

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  • A Look Back: Broken Promises of the Mobile Enterprise

    A Look Back: Broken Promises of the Mobile Enterprise

    Perhaps nothing in information technology offers a richer mix of expectation and disillusionment than the mobile enterprise. It's become like the lover who keeps promising a long-term relationship but never commits.

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  • What's Hot and What's Not in Enterprise Mobility Trends

    What's Hot and What's Not in Enterprise Mobility Trends

    Mobility has been a hot topic in the enterprise space for nearly two decades, but the times have changed since the world was dominated by Blackberry and Palm.

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  • Few Businesses Use Social and Mobile to Improve Productivity

    Few Businesses Use Social and Mobile to Improve Productivity

    Enterprises are using social and mobile to improve customer engagement, but not using them to improve productivity. At least that is the conclusion of new research from UK-based Advanced Business Solutions (ABS). The findings are somewhat surprising given that the uses of enterprise social networks are largely associated with internal collaboration.

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  • Microsoft Lync Can Spy on Enterprise BYOD Use

    Microsoft claims it has a solution to some of the most common bring your own device (BYOD) concerns: A way to spy on enterprise workers. Through its Lync app, it's giving enterprises a way to monitor what devices workers are using to communicate. Lync Reporting According to Yanzhao Zhang, a program manager on the Lync

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  • Here's What Happens When Employees BYOD

    Here's What Happens When Employees BYOD

    Security-related headaches around BYOD may make users want to BYOB. That's what you can conclude from a new survey that shows organizations with bring your own device (BYOD) policies have twice the number of security concerns as other organizations.

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  • Google Lets App Users Bypass IT Administrators

    Google has fulfilled every IT administrator's nightmare: It's given users of its app packages the ability to download and use new apps from its Marketplace without IT intervention.  It’s hard to know what's behind this latest move. It may be that Google is eager to offer users of its Google Apps for Work,

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  • How the Internet of Things Drives Customer Engagement

    How the Internet of Things Drives Customer Engagement

    Now that we've accepted the idea of the Internet of Things (IoT), researchers are starting to look at when, where, how, why and who will use it. They're also looking into potential risks.

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  • Businesses are Unprepared for the Internet of Things

    Businesses are Unprepared for the Internet of Things

    Much has been made in the past few years about the massive business opportunities that the Internet of Things (IoT) will provide. But capitalizing on this potential is going to be a challenge.  Two recent research reports show that most enterprises are unprepared for the IoT.

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