Some people are pushing back when it comes to how their online data is being used, says CIO social media reporter Matt Kapko.
No need to keep that password list handy anymore. Researchers from Microsoft have overturned some long-held wisdom on Internet security.
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If you travel a lot and run up against airline delays and lost luggage, you may be able to get faster service via Twitter than by using a squirrelly airline app, calling or standing in line to rebook.
One of the biggest challenges in managing project tasks is establishing a common repository. With a widely accessible common repository like OneNote, the whole team can be more effective. Here is how.
A browser extension called SellHack will allow you to see nearly any LinkedIn user’s email address, Alyssa Bereznak writes.
The quest for happiness can be elusive, but tech companies are seeking to provide users with mind-body solutions to make it easier. Life coach Allison Stadd shares some top mind-body applications you might want to try.
Social media manager HootSuite offers a Monday morning checklist to beat the blues.
Symantec’s most recent “Internet Security Threat Report” contradicts the idea of corporate CEOs being the biggest targets for cybercriminals. Instead, it’s those who work for high-level executives who are targeted for phishing scams—an attempt to get someone to open an attachment or share information through a seemingly legitimate email.
With 500 million tweets sent each day, it’s easy to feel your messages are insignificant. So make the best of it. Here are some tips and tricks to get the most out of your 140-character experience.