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  • How-Tos: How to tell if a company's culture is right for you

    CIO has covered almost every aspect of the job-search process from acing the technical interview to getting past applicant tracking systems to networking your way into your next job, but how do you figure out if a company's culture is the right fit before you accept a job offer? We asked recruiters, CIOs and career coaches to share advice to help you decide for yourself if an organization is one you'll flourish in or one you should pass on.

  • How-Tos: 8 Ways to Create a Successful Multichannel Customer Experience

    Consumers today want it all. They want the convenience of shopping online but they crave the visual, emotional and physical experience of touching and trying on (or out) items, which they get by shopping in store.

  • How-Tos: How to tell whether a phone is supported by your network

    We explain how to work out if your phone will support 4G network frequencies and bands.

  • How-Tos: How to sell unwanted Christmas gifts

    We give you all the options when it comes to selling unwanted media and gadgets. Here's our how to sell unwanted Christmas gifts guide.

  • How-Tos: 7 Ways You Can Help Your Sales Team Be More Effective

    Every organization wants its salespeople to be successful -- that is, close more sales. Yet ask many salespeople and they will tell you that their organization often makes it difficult for them meet their quotas, requiring them to do lots of administrative work (e.g., enter data into a CRM system) or not providing them with mobile tools.

  • How-Tos: 5 Ways to Make Underemployment Work for You

    While the IT skills gap is an issue that largely impact employers, underemployment is a burden carried mostly by workers and candidates. In a slow economic recovery, candidates often decide that accepting a position for which they're overqualified and underpaid is better than the alternative - unemployment, says Howard Seidel, Ed.D., J.D. and Partner at Essex Partners, who specializes in senior executive and C-suite career transition.

  • How-Tos: PayPal will let you pay with Bitcoin, sometimes

    First Braintree, and now PayPal. Ebay's popular online payment system recently announced that merchants selling digital goods can opt to start accepting Bitcoin payments via PayPal's payment portal, if they're based in North America.

  • How-Tos: How to watch Xbox Gamescom live video stream 2014

    Get all the latest Xbox news from Gamescom 2014 live by watching a video stream of the event.

  • How-Tos: Taking iPhone or Android abroad? Avoid data roaming charges

    It's time to pack your suitcase and go on vacation, or away on business. Don't forget your iPhone or Android phone - but do read our Top 10 tips for saving money on smartphone data-roaming charges.

  • How-Tos: How to watch Google I/O keynote live

    How to watch a live stream of the Google I/O keynote 2014. PLUS: Google I/O keynote live blog.

  • How-Tos: How to code with Google Blockly

    Thought computer programming was difficult? Think again. We show you how to write a computer program using Google Blockly, a free online tool which involves nothing more than dragging jigsaw pieces around the screen. It's fun, too!

  • How-Tos: WWDC 2014 keynote: iOS 8 and OS X 10 launch as it happened

    Apple today announced iOS 8 and OS X 10 Yosemite at its WWDC14 Keynote in San Francisco. Relive the WWDC14 keynote with our expert bloggers, with iOS8 and OS X 10 new features, details.

  • How-Tos: How to Prepare for Tough Interview Questions

    We spoke with industry experts to get the advice that will help you craft better answers to what are some of the most common, and difficult, interview questions.

  • How-Tos: 5 great ways to make money from free apps

    We outline five great ways that you can make a free app make you money.

  • How-Tos: What can you watch on Google Chromecast in UK?

    Google has finally made its Chromecast device available in the UK. Here we examine what UK viewers can watch using the Google Chromecast, and explain why Chromecast has the potential to change everything.

  • How-Tos: 8 Tips to Deal With Liability When Outsourcing to Multiple IT Vendors

    Parceling out an IT services portfolio among a number of vendors is the new normal for IT outsourcing. However, these multi-sourcing arrangements are complicated -- if things go wrong there's no single provider to blame. Here are eight steps you can take to manage liability in a multi-sourced environment.

  • How-Tos: How to Prepare Your Small Business for Tech Success

    Take some time in the early days of 2014 to improve the computer setup in your home office or small business. These security, networking, storage and productivity tips will help you work faster once you get back to business as usual.

  • How-Tos: The physics of a healthy business

    Monash Health's Dr Philip Nesci is not your typical CIO. He holds a doctorate in nuclear physics and authored a book on "Inelastic Proton Scattering as a Test of Nuclear Spectroscopy" in the late 1970s.

  • How-Tos: How to Overcome Small Business Data Recovery Challenges

    Data recovery has mattered ever since businesses started relying on PCs in the workplace. Today's common storage options for small businesses all present some disaster recovery challenges. Here's what your organization should do to address them.

  • How-Tos: Six great TextEdit tricks

    If you don't write all the time, then you probably don't need a full-featured word processor, such as Microsoft Word () or Apple Pages (). But you still may want a flexible tool for handling text that lets you compose résumés and recipes, letters and flyers. You know what? You already have one: Apple's TextEdit.

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