• How we'll earn money in a future without jobs

    Right now, most men in the U.S. are employed as truck drivers. Self-driving cars and trucks are already a reality. How will men earn money in the future without a truck-driving job?
  • Why our screens make us less happy

    Psychologist Adam Alter has studied how much time screens steal from us and how they're getting away with it. He shares why all those hours you spend staring at your smartphone, tablet or computer might be making you miserable -- and what you can...
  • For Many, Technology Addiction Is Real

    Many internet users worldwide, particularly younger ones, have a hard time walking away from their smartphones, tablets and TVs—even when they know they should. Managers have taken notice. They are using remedies for behavioral addictions that...
  • When to Outsource Data Entry Jobs

    In this infographic, Global Outsourcing presents the five questions managers should ask before outsourcing data entry jobs. Every manager must ask, "What are our core competencies ?" If a business is not competent in an area, that area...
  • The 5 Jobs Robots Will Take Last

    Whatever a person can do, at some time, a machine will be able to do it. What jobs will robots take last? Are robots coming for management jobs? How can a manager work with humans and robots?
  • How Technology Impacts Workplace Productivity

    How does technology provide more flexibility in the workplace? How does technology create un-welcomed distractions? How can managers use company technology to ensure employees are productive?
  • Social Media Mistakes

    Managers need to use social media, but many are making mistakes. The infographic above from Digital Marketing Philippines outlines basic mistakes to avoid, including the eight below. Having no social media strategy Creating accounts on too many...
  • Apps Used by the Class of 2015

    Niche surveyed more than 10,000 college-bound high school graduates to find which apps they use most. Then, they compared the results of the Class of 2015 to the Class of 2014. How does your use of apps compare to the Class of 2015? Which technology...
  • Woes of CIOs

    Lucidworks created this infographic about Chief Information Officers (CIOs). What are the challenges faced by CIOs?
  • Embrace Technology to Engage Employees

    Employee engagement leads to higher productivity. But, how can a manager leverage technology to engage employees? The infographic above suggests managers use an intranet for communication. How do you think a manager might use an intranet to increase...
  • The Mobile Workforce

    According to Part I of theEMPLOYEEapp’s 2015 Mobile Trends in the Workplace Survey, mobile access to work information boosts employee engagement and productivity. Do you own a smartphone? If so, do you prefer to get your information from your...
  • The Internet of Everything

    The Internet of everything or the Internet of things (IoT) means that the Internet connects people, processes, data, and things. Things include cars, homes, and devices that communicate and share information with each other automatically. Cisco predicts...
  • Blogging Checklist

    Are you ready to start blogging? Web logs or blogs are Web sites, where authors (bloggers) journal their thoughts and post them. Managers, just like other bloggers, can share commentary, ideas, thoughts, news, information, discussions, and links to other...
  • User Generated Content Is More Influential Than Other Media

    The infographic above from Crowdtap highlights that consumers spend more time with and have greater trust in user generated content (UGC) than any other form of media. See the attached research paper. How do millennials prefer to view content? Where...
  • October is Cyber Security Month

    Did you know that in 2011, Virus protection software detected and blocked over 5.5 billion cyber attacks - nearly double the number from 2010. But it's not just the sheer volume of attacks that's worrisome. They're also getting smarter and...
  • Black Friday Cyber Monday Blur

    Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving when many retailers become profitable. Stores were closed on Thanksgiving (Thursday) and then opened early on Friday. After Black Friday, when people go back to work, many shop on Cyber Monday (on their work...
  • Target Replaces Chief Executive Gregg Steinhafel

    Monday, Target replaced chief executive Gregg Steinhafel. Target suffered a major security breach of 40 to 70 million customer credit and debit card records before Christmas. He is the first manager of a major company to lose his job over a breach of...
  • Stay Safe Online This Holiday Season

    This holiday season, more people than ever before will shop online using their smart phones, tablets, and computers. In this video, John Stewart , Chief Security Officer at Cisco shares the information people need to stay safe online this holiday shopping...
  • How Google Understands You

    When you want to know something, do you 'google' it? How does it work? Vertical Measures answers that question with an infographic. How does literal search differ from semantics? What jobs might this technology replace? Infographic by Vertical...
  • Protect Yourself Online While on the Go

    Protect yourself while on the go. The above video is brought to you by Microsoft and the STOP.THINK.CONNECT. Visit www.stopthinkconnect.org for more information. Last week, a security vulnerability in the technology that powers encryption across...
  • Tips to Save Time with Microsoft Office

    We all want to be more organized and productive at work. In this video, Melissa Esquibel, a Microsoft certified trainer and contributing editor for Business Management Daily's Office Technology Today newsletter, shares five tips to save time when...
  • Google Plus

    Facebook is the world’s largest social network, and Google is the world’s largest search engine. Search on Facebook has been increasing in popularity. So to compete, Google has added a social network. In fact, Google opened its social networking...
  • National Cyber Security Awareness Month

    October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM). It is sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA), and the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC) to raise awareness...
  • Cookies: A Guide To Understanding Data-Driven Morsels

    Infographic by Vertical Measures Are you concerned with your online privacy? When are cookies ("little bits of morsel data stored on your computer from a website") good? When are cookies ("little bits of morsel data stored on...
  • IBM Global 2011 CIO Study

    Chief Information Officers (CIOs) are responsible for managing digital infrastructure and enforcing security, data integrity and system availability. IBM interviewed 3,018 CIOs from 71 countries and 18 industries. The research identified four distinct...