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Cody Flynn

Cody Flynn is an IT professional at a Fortune 500 company. He is also a freelance writer discussing collaboration and his adventure trying the Google platform from a Microsoft background.
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Recent Articles by Cody Flynn

Why Office 365 Will Be Microsoft's Bread and Butter

With the introduction of Office 365, Microsoft's strategies are shifting toward a more mobile society. Will it be enough to retain their dominant hold on business use?

Geolocation: What It Is, What It Has to Offer

Geolocation uses technology to determine where you are, and then act on that information. It is used in mapping, social media, advertising and countless other applications, and will undoubtedly find even more uses in the future.

8 Ways to Become an IT Leader

Becoming an IT leader is important to many IT professionals. Here are a few highlights on strategies that can strongly help your career to move in that direction.

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