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Startup tenXer Gamifies Workplace Productivity

Startup tenXer Gamifies Workplace Productivity Playing games didn't used to be so associated with being productive at work (no offense, gamemakers).

EPiServer Announces 'Big Data' Search Product

EPiServer Announces ‘Big Data’ Search ProductDespite the best navigational design, site visitors often reach first for the search function. To help match visitors with the content for which they are searching, EPiServer has released EPiServer Find.

SharePoint 2010 Search: Relevance, Refinement, People

This is the fifth article in this series “What is This SharePoint Thing All About Anyway?” In previous articles we have discussed all of the great ways that you can add content to SharePoint and now we are going to highlight the powerful Search features available to help you access and locate the data once it exists within the site.

Updated Bing Gets Social, Searches with a Little Help From Your Friends

bing_logo_2010.JPG Microsoft is today officially introducing a revamped version of its Bing search engine in the U.S. that it says will make search a faster and more social process.

Yahoo's Axis Cross-Device Browser Looks Slick, Lacks Search Features

Despite turnover in top management at Yahoo, the company still manages to kick out a slick-looking new browser that's creating a lot of positive buzz for a change. Unfortunately, Axis is missing some basic functionality.

Alibaba Buys Back $7.1B Stake from Yahoo!, Opens Up IPO Opportunities & Yahoo! Comeback

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group has been trying to buy back a big stake in the company from Yahoo! for two years now, in a bid to expand its business and eventually issue an initial public offering. Earlier this week, Yahoo! and Alibaba have approved a US$ 7.1 billion deal that analysts consider to be helpful for both companies moving forward. The pressing question now is whether Alibaba can reach Facebook heights if and when it goes for an IPO.

Ensighten Releases Free 'Do Not Track' Tool for Publishers

Thumbnail image for Ensighten logo.pngCookies. Those software namesakes of the sugar-charged morsels are central to the growing Do Not Track (DNT) movement, and now Ensighten has released a free Web tool to help publishers follow and disable the tags that use cookies.

OpenText's Marci Maddox Talks Mobile Experience Strategy

Take a minute and talk mobile strategy with Marci Maddox, Director Global Product Marketing at OpenText.

Google's Knowledge Graph Broadens Search and Your Mind

shutterstock_96110246.jpg We all know that search terms can have multiple meanings and it is high time that search engines could tell the difference based on the vast repository of online information available. Enter Google's Knowledge Graph to sort it all out, with mobile users high up the priority list.

SAP Mobilizes ERP, Hints at Cloud Strategy, Gives HANA Big Data Support

With Sapphire Now, SAP’s annual gathering coming to a close later today, it’s hardly surprising that there is a bit of something for everyone. There’s cloud, mobile and databases, with the ERP king announcing the release of around 70 apps that do different things with different systems.

Yahoo CEO Steps Down Amidst Degree Debacle, Cancer Concerns

Yahoo CEO Steps Down Amidst Degree Debacle, Cancer ConcernsYahoo CEO Scott Thompson abruptly steps down after admitting to fabricating details about his degree and reportedly telling colleagues that he has thyroid cancer.

Microsoft Revamps Bing for the Social Age

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Bing has relaunched with a series of major changes, adding context and social elements to its new results page and a firm emphasis on "pure search." The roll-out will happen over the next couple of weeks, so stay tuned.

EPiServer Scales for Big Data, Better Content Targeting With 200OK AB Acquisition

Digital marketing/e-commerce software provider EPiServer is scaling its technology offering to more effectively handle Big Data with the purchase of Swedish enterprise search solution vendor 200OK AB. The 200OK AB cloud-based “Truffler” application can handle large volumes of Big Data, including user data, social and mobile web content, and product and online transaction information.

Microsoft Rebrands Small & Medium Business Advertising to Bing

Microsoft has renamed its small and medium business (SMB) targeted Microsoft Advertising to Bing. The company hopes the move will boost sales by giving advertisers a cue that they are buying traffic on Microsoft’s search engine. Will it make a difference?

Search and Find - A User-Centric Approach to Customer Satisfaction

shutterstock_50571640.jpg For several years, usability guru Jakob Nielson has had “bad Search” as his number one “Top 10 mistakes in web design.” The reasons for this are obvious. If users who come to your site cannot quickly find the information or solution they are looking for they will leave and go to a competitor.

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