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Why Mobile Device Batteries Need a Positive Charge

Despite impressive advances in mobile devices and wearable technology, battery technology often drains the potential and ability in this innovative space. 

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Why Customer Support Needs More Support

At some companies, awful customer support has devolved into a standard practice, and if nothing changes, customers will take their business elsewhere.

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CIOs Must Either Adapt or Step Aside

CIOs should take the time to develop strong personal and professional relationships with peers and key stakeholders—sound advice for any aspiring executive.

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Balancing IoT Opportunities and Risks

The Internet of things is rapidly reshaping business and government, and it's critical for CIOs to get connected to a hyper-connected world.

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Protecting the Enterprise Is a Never-ending Battle

Hackers do whatever it takes to get past cyber-defenses, and they're getting through because organizations still deploy outdated security products.

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Getting a Handle on Data

There are many risks to disseminating massive amounts of data, particularly personal data tied to customers, that can have a negative impact on the business.

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IT Security Is Only as Strong as Its Weakest Link

CIOs and other leaders must do a much better job of focusing on identity management and understanding its critical role in security.

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Five On-the-Job Traits CIOs Should Avoid

Here are a few of the most common pitfalls that trip up CIOs, such as a lack of collaboration and not fully understanding what really happens on the front lines of the business.

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Managing Multiple Generations Is a Balancing Act

At the end of the day, people may seem different on the outside but are often driven by many of the same things on the inside.

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The Path to Creating an Insight-Driven Business

There is plenty of talk about big data and how it can transform a business, but seeing results from a big-data project isn’t as clear as some suggest.

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