Technology

Globalization & Technology: Embrace Tomorrow’s Strategies

Globalization and technology have drastically changed the business landscape. As a business leader you have no control over geopolitical conflicts, but they will undoubtedly affect you. Here are some strategies for facing the future.

Is Your Company Vulnerable to Cyber-Sabotage?

As more business transactions are transferred to the web, chief executives are faced with the decision of whether or not to stay with traditional models or to move with the marketplace. Though security threats are a main concern, and CEOs should learn how to combat cyber sabotage, some new technologies are far safer than you think.

B2B: Why New Technology Affects You (Even if You Think it Doesn’t)

Too often, business leaders think that new technology will be more beneficial for business-to-consumer companies rather than business-to-business companies. This assumption isn’t true. Even...

A Low-Tech Case Study: How Mac-Gray Took Laundry Digital

Laundry (a task that everyone has to do) is not a high-tech industry or one where you would expect digital innovation. It has, however, been drastically improved with the advent of LaundryView. Here's how Mac-Gray made washing your clothes cutting edge and less of a hassle.

Tying Social Software to Business Metrics that Matter

Many companies are interested in implementing (or already have implemented) social software in an attempt to streamline processes and increase employee communication. Often times, however, the new software is not integrated across the company in a way that makes it useful and lasting.

Why You Should Pay Attention to Digital Strategy & Corporate Innovation

Digital strategy implementation is no longer a choice, it is a necessity. And a compelling website is now the price-of-admission in most industries. Even in low-tech industries, exploring digital strategies and innovation can revolutionize a business.

Transform Your Techie

The role of the chief information officer is evolving. No longer, says Fran Hawthorne, is the CIO the 'nerd-in-chief.' Possible responsibilities have grown across multiple areas of business, from customer service to marketing. Is your CIO changing with the times?

Examining the ROI of R&D

Today's tough economy demands more intense scrutiny of investments in innovation. Innovation is no longer sufficient in itself, but rather there is a new desire for metrics with which to measure success. But can you really measure ROI based on corporate investment?

How Social Networking Will Change Air Transportation

Delta adopts social networking to enhance group travel, and the private jet charter industry uses social networking to create "group-then-go" charters. How will mobile communication change air travel?

Shop Smart for Payroll Providers

As your head count grows, so do payroll hassles. Many companies look to outside vendors to handle payroll responsibilities when it becomes too much to handle in-house. Morey Stettner provides guidance on when and where to outsource.
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In Poll, Majority of CEOs Say Hybrid Work Is Here to Stay for 2022. Full Virtual? Not so Much

Almost all the CEOs we surveyed in May say they will work in at least partially hybrid mode for the rest of the year—versus just 7 percent who said they'd be fully remote.