Bored at Work? Here Are Six Ways to Shake Things Up

February 16, 2018

The number one reason people are looking for a new job is that they’re bored at work. An article in the Harvard Business Review notes that “close to two-thirds of employees in the United States are bored, detached, or jaded.” The good news for bored employees, however, is that they can address tediousness in the […]

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6 Tips for Successfully Managing Remote Employees

February 15, 2018

Remote work is common in today’s workforce. It’s not unheard of to jump on a conference call and find out that a few team members are spread across the globe or to hire new team members with the right qualifications in the wrong central office location.

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Where Are They Now: Popular Games

February 12, 2018

Between large AAA games released by major studios and quirky smaller projects coming from scrappy indie studios, there’s no lack of exciting gaming experiences to explore each year. For many, sifting through the numerous offerings across all the different gaming platforms is like drinking from the firehose, but every so often particular games will suddenly […]

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6 DevOps Best Practices

February 8, 2018

Embracing the DevOps philosophy is all about improving efficiency, enhancing speed, reducing issues and building stronger cohesion across the core areas of your development and management team. While there are a lot of different ways to implement DevOps into your organization, following best practices will optimize your opportunities for success. Here’s a look at the […]

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7 Star Trek Gadgets That Are Now Real

February 6, 2018

When Star Trek first aired in 1966, every gadget on the show was truly futuristic. Even though we haven’t perfected teleporting (yet), many of the gadgets that made this show great are now part of our everyday lives in some form. You can also find a lot of the technology we use today in the […]

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Streaming and Sports: A Game Changer

January 31, 2018

In 2016, Twitter won a $10 million dollar deal with the NFL to live stream 10 games. In fall 2017, Amazon won that same NFL contract but paid $50 million for live stream rights – more than double what Twitter paid. Millions of sports fans are cutting ties with cable in order to view sports […]

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