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Self-publishing e-books: How to get started
Self-publishing has become an increasingly important industry for both individual authors and businesses who want to put out their own books. But how do you begin? Here are some tips for self-starters.
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How to keep your Millennials happy
The much-anticipated wave of Millennials is upon us, with their addiction to social media, their attachment to consumer devices and their merging of work and personal lives.
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Jay Cline: U.S. takes the gold in doling out privacy fines
EU privacy regulators say U.S. privacy laws are too weak to protect EU personal data. But a new analysis of 358 privacy-enforcement actions paints the opposite picture.
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IT Salary Survey 2014: Who's hot, who's not
Salaries continue their modest rise, while demand for workers with key tech skills coupled with business acumen keeps employers scrambling to find and keep talent.
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3 privacy violations you shouldn't worry about
There are many major threats to our privacy that we should be up in arms about, but iBeacons, Gmail scanning and Google Glass are not among them, says Mike Elgan.
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The Internet of Things meets disruptive technologies
How will the IoT affect social, mobile, the cloud and analytics? (Insider; registration required)
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Microsoft gets strategic with its Enterprise Mobility Suite
With its Enterprise Mobility Suite, Microsoft will make it easier for companies to manage a range of devices, including those running Apple's iOS and Google's Android. It's a smart move, says columnist Ryan Faas.
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Scot Finnie: Career doors are opening wide everywhere for IT pros
At many organizations, there's no longer a linear career path to a senior IT position. The trick is to not shy away from new experiences. Embrace change. Immerse yourself and get up to speed. Look at change as an opportunity to grow.
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Premier 100 IT Leader: Tim Platt
This IT leader found value in engaging with employees and peers inside and outside of his organization.
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Public cloud market ready for 'hypergrowth' period
The public cloud market is set for what one analyst firm calls 'hypergrowth.'
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Paul Glen: The benefits of an unstructured career
Too often we make self-limiting assumptions about position, status and the need to rigidly follow a career path.
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Windows 8.1 Update deep-dive review: An OS that makes more sense
In Windows 8.1 Update, Microsoft may be finally getting it right: The latest version of its operating system finally bridges the gap between touch and traditional computing.
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HTC One (M8) grabs some Apple, Samsung converts
The innovative HTC One (M8) smartphone first went on sale a month ago and appears to be attracting plenty of buyers looking to upgrade olderApple or Samsung smartphones.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook steps up on the auction block again
Apple CEO Tim Cook is back on an auction block, repeating an offer that last year brought in $610,000 for the Washington, D.C.-based Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights.
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The 2014 Premier 100 IT Leaders: Reinventing themselves many times over
Reaching IT leader status (and staying there) requires something akin to a personal mini-revolution every two to three years, according to these 100 men and women. All have transformed their careers, and re-laid their career paths, multiple times. And they'll do it again, too.
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Moto X deep dive review: Hype aside, it's a really good phone
Moto X, the first smartphone completely designed after Google acquired Motorola Mobility, is an interesting and well-fashioned consumer device.
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Premier 100 IT Leader: Angela Yochem
Streamlining business processes allows this IT leader to offer more value to customers.
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Offshore firms took 50% of H-1B visas in 2013
Data from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services shows clearly that the largest users of H-1B visas are offshore outsourcing firms.
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Thornton May: Your privacy map is probably wrong
The privacy maps being created today are primarily designed to avoid lawsuits.
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Premier 100 IT Leader: P.B. Garrett
Working closely with students and faculty, this IT leader uses technology to champion 21st century learning.
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Consumers are meh about 3D printers
3D printers may be gaining ground in the workplace, but the same isn't true for consumers, according to Juniper Research.
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4 things to do now to get ready for the Internet of Things
Loads of IP-addressable sensors and other smart devices are descending on the enterprise. Here's how you'll need to pull them all together.
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USB Type-C: Simpler, faster and more powerful
The next generation of USB cables, the Type-C, will offer faster data streams, an increased ability to power devices, and better ease of use.
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Bart Perkins: How to keep projects on track
Here are some things that IT management can do to identify problems in a timely manner.
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Cleveland Clinic CIO: Tools are the biggest barrier to IT-driven medical care
Dr. C. Martin Harris, CIO at Cleveland Clinic and a former health technology adviser to President Obama, is using technology to redefine healthcare for patients and caregivers alike. Insider (registration required)
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