Articles about Technology at Work
The 17 worst passwords of 2017
Researchers took a look at more than five million leaked passwords from largely Western European and North American users. These were the worst of them.
Work hosted online can disappear instantly — don’t let it happen to you
Employees of DNAinfo and Gothamist watched decades of work disappear from the internet. Here's how to prevent that from happening to you.
Uber employees gossiped on this app for four hours a day
Every day was a new upheaval.
New app will make office gossip a force for good
Can office gossip save your career?
Eerily smart new robots can read human body language
We are one panopticon away from being completely known.
Billionaires Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg trade insults over future robot invasion
On Sunday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was playing the role of normal human being, holding a Facebook Live from his backyard in Palo Alto, California, as he smoked some meats and shared his views on killing what you cook, exercising, and of course, the future of humanity.
Tech firm starts microchipping employees so they can buy potato chips
The era of the corporate cyborg has begun.
Amazon patents a robot to stalk you at the airport
It knows exactly where you're standing.
5 smart ways to protect your job from the coming robot invasion
Don't sit by silently.
Look at this downtrodden robot and rejoice at your human superiority (for now)
One small step for a robot leads to a watery grave.
Ridiculous Darth Vader helmet helps you tune out noise at work
Get work done while looking like Darth Vader.
This is the only out-of-office autoreply you will ever need
The secret to a good out-of-office autoreply is very simple.
How to end the dreaded email reply-all-pocalypse
This technological scourge can be stopped.
This is why Silicon Valley CEOs always think they’re the good guy
They share a lot about themselves.
3 excruciating email blunders we never recover from
Never use email if you can avoid it.
5 classic inbox personalities and how to respond to each
You know the type.
Petya is the scariest computer virus yet for Microsoft Windows users. Here’s what to do about it.
The Petya virus is sweeping worldwide computer networks. Here's what you need to know.
We waste 17 hours every week on pointless work email
Three hours a day on email is no way to live.
We repeat: Your private office messages are never actually private
If it's really confidential, say it in person.
Job interviews over text message are your next work challenge
U ok, hun?
3 ways smart people prepare for a dangerous commute
Whether you take a bike, subway or car, keep these on hand.
Scientists say Facebook hurts your mental health the more you use it
Socializing with friends face-to-face is a better way to be happier.
Answering email on vacation wipes out your good memories
Even a little work can erase your vacation memories quickly.
How to work with Gen Z to advance your career
By adapting to Gen Z’s emergence in the workplace, you can future-proof your career.
Rejection letters to female engineers in 1919 show how far women have come
Females are strong as hell.