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Given the similar acronyms, we’ll be exploring the differences between the three applications and how they are used.
The online shopping hub that we’ve all grown to love is among eight technology companies, including eBay and Intel, currently under scrutiny for compensating their female employees inequitably.
DDoS attacks are one of the most feared, and common, security threats that keep businesses and security professionals up at night, and for good reason. But what is the actual risk to your organization?
Marketing is not a cost center. Nor is it a profit center. Marketing is a value center.
Organizations, especially top performers, understand more than ever how important it is to focus on candidate experience if you want to find highly skilled employees. Here’s how the Best-in-Class are doing it.
This Stat of the Week explores why top-performing financial teams are choosing the cloud for their AP and AR operations.
Thinking about marketing as a cost center leads to bad marketing decisions. We should stop doing that.
Predictive analytics helps CFOs to analyze to measure and analyze financial data more effectively, leading to more accurate forecasts, greater efficiency, and more impactful decisions.
Value is definitely more of art than a science, but your customers value field technicians who can be on site quickly to solve the issue without any lost productivity or disruption to the client.
Take your HR department to the next level, with these 6 steps for collaborating with other departments around End-to-End HR platforms.
In enterprise IT, businesses are betting on a 33% chance that they will experience no significant downtime in the course of a year, while ignoring the 33% possibility of downtime that will lead to losses of over $2 million.
While organizations should make sure to do everything humanly possible to avoid attacks in the first place, they should be prepared to pony up if presented with ransomware. Here’s why.
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