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Personal Use of Company Tech Disrupts Work

A clear majority of professionals working on company-provided computers also use the machines for personal pursuits, according to a recent survey from GFI Software. It's not as if internal users are unaware of policies governing such behavior. It's just that many choose to ignore some of the rules so... Read More »

Why Companies Should Start Celebrating Millennials

Business needs to stop complaining about Millennials and start celebrating them. Here are two steps that can change your company’s perception of Millennials.

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How to 'Fail Better' on IT Projects

Playwright Samuel Beckett famously wrote, "Try again. Fail again. Fail better." Such advice would greatly benefit modern IT teams, given that 17 percent of projects fail completely, and two-thirds fall short of expectations, according to the Project Management Institute. In the recent book, Read More »

Top Enterprise Productivity Killers

Enterprise professionals aren't spending even half of their work day on their primary job duties, according to recent survey research from AtTask. So what's keeping them from focusing on tasks at hand? Incessant emails and meetings are leading culprits, of course. But there are other issues... Read More »

Getting the Most From Content Management Systems

Whether used for project oversight, legal or regulatory compliance, digital marketing initiatives or the sharing of best practices, organizations are looking to get the most out of their content. Every day, enterprise users generate seemingly endless streams of content, but they face hurdles in trying to access what they need in a timely fashion, according to a recent Read More »

11 Ways to Introduce Coaching in Your Company

Using coaching to enhance executive leadership development is vital for overall employee development. Organizations increasingly realize the benefits of having a robust coaching culture because it is linked to higher employee engagement. But according to a new study, "Building a Coaching Culture," only 13 percent of respondents... Read More »

IT Needs Better Service Management Tools

IT service management (ITSM) is considered a customer and stakeholder-centric approach to improving the implementation and management of tech functions. In other words, it ensures that business comes first, and tech comes second. Ironically, however, a clear majority of tech professionals say they aren't able to leverage their ITSM solution beyond standard IT processes, according to a new... Read More »

12 Amazing Impacts of the Digital Economy

As Ferris Bueller once put it, "Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it." For CIOs, these words convey special relevance: They make decisions every day which go beyond steering their companies toward new levels of profitability—they're often changing the world of commerce with their choices. And, sometimes, if you don't "stop and... Read More »

Nine Things You Need to Know About Insider Threats

The majority of enterprises can neither detect nor deter insider threats, according to a new survey. As a result, they are vulnerable to fraud, data breaches, and intellectual property theft. Sixty-one percent of respondents say they do not have the ability to deter an insider threat, 58 percent admit that they cannot detect an insider threat, and 75 percent say they cannot detail the human... Read More »

How to Prevent Insider Threats

Insider threats aren't going away anytime soon. Unfortunately, most businesses say they lack the ability to detect or deter them, nor are they adequately prepared for how to respond.

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