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Tim Fernihough: From building bridges to building a multi-million dollar business

Tim Fernihough is Myplanet’s best kept secret. A startup co-founder, engineer, and natural born leader, he’s one of those quiet guys doesn’t just carry a big stick – he’s the guy dragging the whole tree around by its roots. 2,744 more words

Big Chief StoryTeller

Farewell Marketing VP, hello Chief Storyteller?

Certainly looks like a trend to me given the rush by some big and even small companies-often with some techie or Silicon Valley cred-to hire people they’re calling ‘storytellers’. 326 more words

News And Views

Constructive Feedback

When was the last time that you told your employees, your teammates, or your colleagues that they did a good job?

Why is it that we have so much trouble giving constructive feedback to our associates… 278 more words

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Epson DS-40 review: A portable scanner for the mobile professional's tech arsenal

Business travel is no fun. If you’re traveling on the company’s dime, you have to file expense reports, and if you’re self-employed, there’s the added hassle of tracking expenses so they can be deducted. 658 more words

CIO

Dropbox integrates with Office Online: News tech leaders need to know

The Financial Post rounds up recent news that technology leaders need to know:

Microsoft embraces containerization technology

Building on its announcement last fall that it would be supporting Docker on Windows Server, Microsoft has announced… 523 more words

Microsoft Corporation

City signs with Microsoft to encourage women and girls to get into technology fields

The City and Microsoft have signed a Digital Alliance, pledging to work together to provide technology training specifically to women and girls.

Microsoft is working with the City to implement the… 323 more words

City Of Sacramento

Xerox looks to CIO to help forge its new business identity

How IT leader Stephen Little is supporting the venerable document technology company’s transition to broader business services by waging a war on application sprawl and complexity. 1,118 more words

Opinion