When times get tough, IT is one of the first budgets on the chopping block. And there is lots of room to cut there. But be careful: There are some places where spending more will save your company more.
A recent Nevada law may set off a domino effect and change the way your company handles sensitive data.
From start-ups to mega corps, this free downloadable tool has successfully made the move from academia to corporate America.
Your staffer was working on that spreadsheet for the past two weeks. Then one wrong keystroke and [insert your own expletive here], the file vanishes! With this software, there’s no problem.
OK, so IT gripes about every department. But there are some finance-specific bugaboos that really get their goat.
A completely smooth transition to a new system or software? A pipe dream. That’s okay — there’s a lot to learn from ghosts of implementations past.
If you need IT help but don’t want to spend on consultants or a bigger staff, you can find reliable relief — if you know where to look.
Keeping top performers on track sounds like a non-issue, but you’d be surprised at how often that overachieving personality can get in the way of getting work done.
Nobody wants to be saddled with a ton of bad debt. You don’t want to spend excessive amounts of time evaluating a prospective customer’s creditworthiness either. There’s software that can help with that.