5 Business Takeaways From ‘Game of Thrones’

By Sharon Fisher, April 09, 2015

The wait for Game of Thrones is finally over. And it can teach you some important business lessons.

5 Things Captain America Teaches On Managing IT

By Sharon Fisher, May 05, 2016

Even though he’s not the smartest or the strongest, there are reasons why Captain America is the leader of the Avengers. And they can work for IT, too.

Saving Money by Simplifying Your Org Structure

By Sharon Fisher, May 04, 2016

Looking for new ways to save your company money? Some of your biggest expenses might end up being management.

‘Uh Oh. Seen the Wright Brothers’ Patent Lately?’

By Sharon Fisher, May 02, 2016

Demonstrating one of the problems with paper documentation, the Wright Brothers patent on the airplane was recently rediscovered--after 36 years.

Prince, Bowie Innovated Tech in Music Industry

By Sharon Fisher, April 28, 2016

When people think about Prince and David Bowie, they usually think of their music. But they were pioneers in using technology as well.

Forget Silicon Valley: Here Comes Silicon Beach

By Sharon Fisher, April 27, 2016

Everyone thinks of Northern California's Silicon Valley, but Southern California's Silicon Beach is giving "surfing the Internet" a whole new meaning.

Why You Need to Care About Augmented Reality

By Sharon Fisher, April 25, 2016

How'd you like to see the instructions for what you're doing without having to look away? Not long from now, augmented reality could let you do that.

Accounts Receivable Automation Offers Benefits

By Sharon Fisher, April 21, 2016

If automation can speed up business processes, just think of the benefits that accounts receivable automation can bring to your company.

Shut Up, Imposter Syndrome: I Can Too Program

By Sharon Fisher, April 20, 2016

Feeling like everyone is a better software developer than you and that someday you'll be found out? You're not alone.

20 Lines Discovered for 4,000-Year-Old ‘Gilgamesh’

By Sharon Fisher, April 19, 2016

The Epic of Gilgamesh, more than 4,000 years old, is so well known and universal that Star Trek used it. Researchers have learned it has 20 more lines.

Your Software Testing Needs to be Agile, Too

By Sharon Fisher, April 14, 2016

As software development moves from waterfall to agile, software testing needs to change, too. Here's some factors to keep in mind.

Need a Punch Card? Ask the National Archives

By Sharon Fisher, April 13, 2016

Now tasked with new digital preservation powers, the National Archives and Records Administration still needs to read and write punch cards.

Never Mind Your IQ. How’s Your Team EI?

By Sharon Fisher, April 11, 2016

Google examined the data on hundreds of its teams to find out what made them successful. The answer? Develop Team EI to make members feel safe.