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Emerging data-mining software tells whether employees are helpful, toxic, or management material—and how well the company functions.
Cisco’s chief futurist predicts digital avatar assistants—and more.
Businesses today have to communicate through a dizzying variety of channels.
State of Vermont starts moving from page to screen to save money, time, and trees.
New models have reached the marketplace, but high initial prices keep applications limited.
Organizations can make productive things happen by letting their workers compete for virtual points.
Researchers are using activity-monitoring technology to figure out how to keep employees healthier.