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Leveraging assets: Walmart’s new venture has lessons for us all

Your best competitive asset might just be the one you already own. Walmart is using edge computing to compete against Amazon with data centers. Could your company use its assets to try something new? Image: Ken Wolter / Getty Images More for CXOs There have been a number of corporate battles over the years that […]

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How to use the Dropbox desktop app

Learn how the Dropbox desktop app offers an easier, quicker way of working with your online files. Image: Dropbox You may use Dropbox as one of your online file storage sites. But trying to work with your folders and files at the Dropbox website can be slow and clumsy. Alternatively, Dropbox offers a desktop app […]

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How to configure and download offline maps in Windows 10

In Windows 10, you can download a regional map, view it offline, and not have to worry about unreliable internet connections in out-of-range locations. Image: hkeita, Getty Images/iStockphoto The inherent adventure of traveling to unfamiliar cities and countries can be extremely satisfying. In some cases, the experience of visiting a town and/or a restaurant off […]

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How to use the Look Around feature in Apple Maps for a 360-degree view

Learn how you can take a 360-degree tour of many streets, cities, and other sites through Apple Maps. Image: Apple Google Maps has long offered a handy feature called Street View, which lets you view and navigate a 360-degree view of a specific location. Those of you who use Apple Maps on your iPhone can […]

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Top 5 things to know about rich communication services

Mobile Enterprise Newsletter BYOD, wearables, IoT, mobile security, remote support, and the latest phones, tablets, and apps IT pros need to know about are some of the topics we’ll address. Delivered Tuesdays and Fridays Sign up today

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How to initiate a merge from inside Outlook using a filtered list of contacts

If you want to send a personal letter to a number of people, start your merge inside Microsoft Outlook instead of Word–it will save you a lot of work. Image: Bob McCarroll, Getty Images/iStockphoto More about Windows If you send a Microsoft Outlook message to a lot of people at the same time, there are […]

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A quick guide to PMI’s Professional Development Units

Those certified by PMI to be project managers or other professional designations are required to report Professional Development Units (PDUs) every three years. Here’s what you need to know. Image: fizkes, Getty Images/iStockphoto More for CXOs If you’ve acquired one or more credentials from the Project Management Institute (PMI), it’s a significant achievement. Maintaining your […]

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How to choose the best MDM partner: 5 key considerations

Here’s what organizations considering using a mobile device management server should keep in mind. Image: Nattakorn Maneerat, Getty Images/iStockphoto More about Mobility The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiative adds a layer of complexity to how IT manages all of the various devices while protecting the core infrastructure and data assets. Before your organization decides […]

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5 open source innovation predictions for the 2020s

IBM’s CTO of Open Technology also looks back at the innovations of the past decade. Open source played a significant role in software development over the past decade from containers to microservices, blockchain and serverless. More about Open Source Chris Ferris, chief technology officer of Open Technology at IBM, discusses some of the open source […]

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South Korean telecom and pay TV services total revenue expected to decline through 2024

A GlobalData report predicts a steep drop in mobile and fixed voice revenue will drag down overall segment growth. A new report on the South Korean telecoms industry predicts steep declines in mobile and fixed voice revenue over the next five years. More about Mobility The annual “South Korea Telecom Operators Country Intelligence Report” from […]