An article in HBR Blog Networks offers several tips on how to collect personal information from your staff without being unduly intrusive.
No longer reticent to hire permanent staff, organizations are keeping more of their IT operations in-house.
How do you justify and fund IT projects that don't benefit every business unit equally?
Is a shared workbook and its macros going to harm your computer? Here's how to handle other people's spreadsheets safely.
The results can be meaningless or misleading — or both.
Customer demands put third-party logistics firms on a tightrope regarding capital expenditures and finance-talent acquisition.
Software as a service (SaaS) hasn’t helped with one aspect of the perpetual upgrade cycle: upgrading the user.
A report by Good Technology shows mobile apps gaining traction in the enterprise, and Android devices becoming more popular with business users.
At many companies, big-data systems lack the security seen in other enterprise software.