In the era of multichannel retail, companies are struggling with customer data management, inventory fulfillment and more.
Native advertising is effective when it's up front about selling -- and packaged in good storytelling. But consumers can sense when it's disingenuous.
Sales and marketing platform Salesgenie looks to upgrade lead management and marketing capabilities, enabling users to customize email campaigns and contact prospects; and other CRM news.
More companies are using branding, market analysis and targeted messaging to attract and retain top talent.
Vendors are staring at an abyss: SaaS subscriptions siphoning off revenue from huge, upfront licenses. Get ready for new flavors of cloud -- and say goodbye to more legacy systems.
In one of IT's most-saturated markets, organizations need guidance before buying. Here are five tips to help make shopping more fun.
David Linthicum reviews the tricks of the trade for AWS Auto Scaling that anyone building for scale in Amazon Web Services' public cloud platform should consider.
Amazon WorkSpaces alleviates much of the management headache and overhead of traditional desktops, but there are still five management tasks cloud admins need to handle.
To design a highly available public cloud in AWS, it's best to provision regionally -- placing applications in regions closest to end customers. Knowing which availability zone to choose is step one.
Vendors have been serving vanilla cloud apps, but now they're mixing in more industry flavor. Should organizations sample that software or make their own?
Sage ERP X3 version 7, our product of the month, comes with advanced mobility and features to help SMBs meet their goals.
American apparel manufacturer Unionwear is surviving the global marketplace thanks to its Rootstock cloud ERP system.
Consultant David Loshin explains the business benefits that self-service BI tools can provide to help users circumvent IT challenges in CRM analytics.
The City of Palo Alto Utility has turned to customer behavior analytics to help smooth spikes in demand, helping to keep the city cool.
At the 2014 TDWI Executive Summit in Boston, consultant Tony Bodoh provided tips and outlined a step-by-step process for creating effective business intelligence presentations that motivate business executives to take action.
Negative, anonymous feedback puts both testers and project managers in a difficult situation. It's hard for testers to act on vague complaints and awkward for managers to provide the necessary clarification. This expert advice may offer a way out.
It turns out working with legacy code might not require days of pouring over cryptic comments. For finding and fixing bugs, developers can use simple testing tools to peel and slice their way down to the problem.
A key aspect of dual-track development is fixing false assumptions about a project before they make their way into the software. In other words, it is a way of getting requirements right.
New features means there are also new threats that require Web developers and administrators to keep HTML5 security a top priority.
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It can be inferred that some of Amazon's success is from the API strategy CEO Jeff Bezos announced more than a decade ago.