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Pam Baker
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freelance journalist and book author
freelance journalist and book author

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Enterprise asset management is both a strategy and software. Here's what it is, why it matters to your company's success and how it's different from closely related technologies.

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Why #innovation isn't a one-person job. Here's how to make innovation happen everywhere...

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Your company has to innovate or die. But no one is sure where to start? Here are some ideas and proven tactics for you in my article.... 

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Yes, those poor souls at the Help Desk telling you what to do to make your doohickey, thingamajig, whatsit work need help too! Here's my article on what's behind the chaos at the Help Desk and ways that might can be fixed. 

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What are the most valuable #certifications for #datacenter and #infrastructure pros? Here is the run down...

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Why, yes, you can keep talent safe from poaching companies. Step one: treat your employees like human beings whom you actually value and appreciate :-) (But there's loads of other stuff you can and should do for them too!)
5 ways to make your IT staff unpoachable
The world economy moved from hiring freeze to hiring spree. There's not enough IT talent to go around. Here's what to do to keep from losing staff to poachers who carry a pot full of deal-sweeteners, writes +Pam Baker.


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Looking for sources to comment for my article. Here's the question: Given near continuous changes in data center and infrastructure, what are most valuable certifications to pursue to earn the most money? Email me at bakercom1 AT gmail.com if you want to be quoted in the article.

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Top 25+ conferences #CIOs should attend in 2017. Dates, locations, costs, and highlights all in one guide

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Economic forces -- the collaborative economy,  jobless fully-automated economy and the age of personalization -- are converging and reshaping DIY and Makerspaces into survival tools for entire communities rather than playgrounds for hobbyists and innovators. This article is all about how that transformation will take place. 
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