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Cortana can tell who you're meeting with thanks to new LinkedIn integration

Microsoft has been pushing Cortana as a personal assistant for Windows 10 users, and the company

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Microsoft offers new way to laud your co-workers with Delve Web app

Delve, one of the key parts of the future of Microsoft's office suite, gained a new way to allow users to praise their co-workers.

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Microsoft stays in the on-premises email server game with launch of Exchange 2016

Microsoft launched the 2016 edition of its Exchange Server software on Thursday morning.

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IBM-Box enterprise deal yields new content tools

IBM and Box have started to deliver on a partnership they announced in June to help enterprises users share content and collaborate. The companies want to combine IBM's back-end smarts with Box's user experience in new tools for...

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Asana moves beyond simple task management with new update

Asana, the popular task management system, announced a whole suite of new updates Wednesday morning designed to enhance the experience of using its products.

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Microsoft has big plans for its mobile apps: more sharing, more collaboration

Microsoft thinks users will want more powerful, connected apps in the future. Here's how the new generation of Microsoft mobile apps is becoming smarter and more interactive.


GitLab one-ups GitHub with open source enterprise code hosting

GitLab is targeting the enterprise, but will its open source allure be enough to win developers away from GitHub?

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How bimodal IT is helping companies hire and retain workers

Bimodal IT is a fairly new concept, but if you embrace it you can empower your workforce. With the right employees in the right work environment, risk takers and more traditional IT pros are much less likely to butt heads.

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Dropbox wants shadow IT to drive enterprise adoption

Dropbox has an enterprise problem. Its pitch to companies: Your users are already running our products -- now pay us to control them.

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New CIOs don't always have time to ease into their new role

You are expected to make an immediate impact as a new CIO. You do not get 100 days to address the critical IT problems that got you hired.

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Facebook getting down to business in the enterprise

Facebook is expanding the beta test of its social network for the enterprise and hopes to launch it in the next few months.

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Avoid this pitfall of being a good manager

To be a 'good' manager of people it’s understood that you are responsible for motivating your employees, for guiding them through rough patches, for being there when they need you and particularly to answer their questions. This is...

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Use Slack? This bot can give you a bunch of handy metrics

Slack's user base is growing rapidly, but it's a safe bet that few of the companies paying for the service have a detailed understanding of how their users are putting it to work. Enter Slackalytics, a new textual analysis bot that...

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It's who you know and who knows you that matters

IT people tend to network only when they need something. You should be like your business counterparts and never stop networking.

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Microsoft will release its hackathon help tool to the world

Microsoft is planning to bring its internal tool for running hackathons to the public next year, starting by allowing a few select colleges to test drive it at their own events.

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3 new Google Docs features enterprises will appreciate

Google Docs users gain three new productivity features released this week, including voice input and a research tool.

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Scrum’s co-creator talks about the framework’s transformational effect's Sharon Florentine talks to Jeff Sutherland, one of scrum's creators, to find out where the industry is, where it’s going and the challenges that lie ahead as more companies adopt agile and scrum.

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How do you celebrate your heroes?

Organizational culture is shaped through people. How do we capture the stories of the people and teams who made a great impression on the company’s history and culture?

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