• Developers Guide to Winning Customer Relations

    by User Not Found on May 30, 2012
    How developers can improve products by keeping their customers in mind. Learning customer requirements and problems can help developers create better products and improve customer relations.
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  • Website Mobile Friendliness and the Additional 100 Million

    by Larry Fedin on Mar 29, 2012
    Long story short, if you want to succeed then you need to create an alternative version to your current website. Smartphones are going to be accessing the internet more then computers are. That's over 100 million people that search for local business. Are you welcoming them?
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  • iPads for Enterprise: Are You Ready?

    by User Not Found on Mar 08, 2012
    If you still think iPad is designed as a high-tech toy, think again. Like it or not, your employees are using their own gadgets more frequently to complete their work. The question is: are you ready to adopt tablets and mobile technology for your enterprise?
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  • Why Your Employees Aren’t Using Technology and 3 Ways to Change It

    by User Not Found on Oct 26, 2011
    One of the top challenges facing CIOs today is to motivate employees to embrace technology. The overall goal is to increase productivity with effective information management. We have seen all types of tools or platforms created to help people collaborate with each other at work. The only question is: how many people are actually using those tools?
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  • 6 Non-Tech Winning Skills for IT Leaders

    by User Not Found on Oct 20, 2011
    The role of IT is changing, faster and greater than ever. IT leaders today are required to be more agile in decision-making process with a comprehensive understanding of how IT should be aligned with business. That’s when non-technology skills should kick in to help. Here are 6 skills that IT leaders should obtain:
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  • 5 Signs You Should Rethink about Your IT Effectiveness

    by User Not Found on Oct 13, 2011
    90 percent of CIOs believe that the IT function at their companies is NOT focusing on the same priorities as the business (based on a survey by the Corporate Executive Board). The disconnection between IT and business goals will not only undermine the value of IT function but also hurt the business’s long-term competence. The challenge is detecting the signs that your IT is not helpful enough.
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  • Technology collaboration helps you win locally and globally

    by User Not Found on Oct 10, 2011
    The globalization of IT is no longer a fresh concept, but the impact it has on companies and IT professionals is quite dynamic because of the rapid change in the IT industry. While facing the keen competition overseas, the U.S. market should also see the opportunities hidden behind. By embracing the power of technology collaboration, either a company or an IT professional can consistently stay ahead of the game.
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  • The Off-Site Model and why it Works

    by Forte Group on Oct 05, 2011
    The benefits of the off-site model compare and surpass internal models for those who fit the mold. Depending on what department is in need of assistance, it can be a financial savior as well. Here are some reasons why this philosophy has gained such popularity:
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