Linda Rosencrance

Contributing Writer

Linda Rosencrance is a freelance writer/editor/author who has written about information technology since 1999.

How AI can give companies a DEI boost

Top 4 mistakes to avoid when purchasing SaaS apps

Top 4 mistakes to avoid when purchasing SaaS apps

Poor software purchasing decisions can be costly, causing loss of productivity and failure to meet key business objectives. Here’s how to steer clear of the most common blunders companies make when choosing SaaS applications.

How to choose an enterprise search platform

How to choose an enterprise search platform

Beyond indexing content from multiple data sources into a single interface, advanced enterprise search tools analyze data, identify patterns, make smart recommendations, and provide insights to users. Here's what to look for and 10...

How Lenovo IT boosts diversity and inclusion

How Lenovo IT boosts diversity and inclusion

The tech giant has broadened its recruiting efforts and improved the onboarding process with an eye to effectively bringing on tech workers from a wide variety of backgrounds.

How to choose the right project collaboration software

How to choose the right project collaboration software

Collaborative work management tools provide a central location where teams can plan, coordinate, and collaborate on projects while keeping everyone’s progress on track. Here’s what to look for when choosing an app and 12 top products...

Analytics help police stop crime before it happens

Capt. Sean Malinowski of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) has just done something once unimaginable for a commanding officer: He's given up control of deploying his beat officers to a computer.

Tap the wisdom of employees -- and boost the bottom line

When it comes to solving pressing business problems, the conventional wisdom is that two heads are better than one. With the advent of collective-intelligence tools, enterprises are realizing that thousands of heads are even better...

Tap the wisdom of employees -- and boost the bottom line

Your people can help resolve problems in creative ways. Just ask Pfizer; the giant pharmaceutical firm has saved $20 million with new processes and products brainstormed by employees.

Windows 7: Corporate customers bullish on adoption plans

Corporate adoption of Windows 7, Microsoft's new operating system released today, seems to be more a question of when, not if. This is in stark contrast to what happened with Windows Vista, which companies skipped right over; many...

Windows 7: Corporate customers bullish on adoption plans

Adopters gain benefits ranging from a spiffy new interface to better security without many of the hassles of Vista. But any hassles of upgrading from Windows XP outside a pilot project are still not fully known.

Mobile phones help fight hunger in Kenya

In the first relief program of its kind, mobile phones are helping a chaos-torn community get its life, and its livelihood, back.

Five CIOs talk about managing IT costs in a weakened economy

Because of the current economic slowdown, which many expect to last through 2009, CIOs are faced with some hard choices when it comes to investing in IT. And they're cutting or delaying projects and not investing in new technologies...

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