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  • 2015 Meeker Report Links Mobility with Narcissism

    2015 Meeker Report Links Mobility with Narcissism

    For the past 20 years annually, KPCB analyst Mary Meeker has compiled various publicly available statistics about the Internet-using public, in an effort to draw important parallels about how our society is evolving. In her latest study released this week, presented as a long series of presentation slides, Meeker draws

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  • Is It Time To Lose Your Windows Phone?

    Is It Time To Lose Your Windows Phone?

    Microsoft released another build of Windows 10 for the Windows phone this week. And I have to admit: I’m not a big fan of Windows 10 on the Windows phone.  To be fair, Windows 10 has some stuff I like.

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  • Powerful Automated Engagement Marketing How-Tos

    Powerful Automated Engagement Marketing How-Tos

    When I think about what automated engagement marketing means, a really simple definition comes to mind: meeting my needs in my time of need. Done right, companies can successfully build strong relationships with customers who benefit from new and expanded projects leading to increased revenues.

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  • Starbucks Spits in My Mobile Payments Latte

    Starbucks Spits in My Mobile Payments Latte

    A confession: I am not convinced about mobile payments. It’s not that I am a Luddite. The obvious convenience and benefits of being able to pay for the stuff of life directly from the device typically strapped to my hip is enough for me.

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  • Is Citrix's Workspace Cloud All That Special?

    Is Citrix's Workspace Cloud All That Special?

    We’ve been talking about virtual workspaces for way too long, even before there were iPads. The idea of being able to easily reach your desktop from any endpoint has long been a promise, but never one that was widely accepted by end users or delivered to the masses by IT.

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  • What You Need to Know About the State of the Web

    What You Need to Know About the State of the Web

    WordPress dominates, even for businesses. Facebook and Twitter linking is prevalent. Those are some of the findings in a "State of the Web" report released today by CodeGuard, an Atlanta-based website cloud backup provider Nothing earth-shattering, we know. Any surprises? "We were surprised by just how dominantAngular is," said

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  • 5 Questions to Ask of Your Web and Mobile Experiences

    Today’s web and mobile users want the information they need when they need it, with a single click or swipe of a tablet or smartphone. And you only have milliseconds to grab their attention and complete the transaction.

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  • Verizon Buy Speeds the Fade-Out of AOL

    Verizon Buy Speeds the Fade-Out of AOL

    You've probably heard today's big M&A news: Verizon is acquiring AOL. If you're wondering why Verizon is spending $4.4 billion on a major web content provider, consider AOL’s last quarterly earnings report, issued just last Friday. In the quarter ending March 31, AOL Inc. earned $483.

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  • You Can't Afford to Ignore Content Management

    Organizations are facing massive problems with content overload, especially from data generated by the Internet of Things (IoT), according to a recently published market intelligence report from AIIM, the Association for Information and Image Management. But the report (registration required) also shows that most businesses view enterprise content and document

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  • Birst Wants to Solve BI's Usability Problem

    Birst Wants to Solve BI's Usability Problem

    Business intelligence applications are known for delivering wonderfully robust computations about a company or its client base or suppliers — or well, just about anything. Sadly, these applications are also known for being very difficult to use. The earliest iterations literally required a data scientist to serve as an operator.

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  • Pulling Back the Curtain on Yammer #MSIgnite

    Pulling Back the Curtain on Yammer #MSIgnite

    The future of Yammer is about teams, external users and an improved mobile experience. At least that's the vision Microsoft laid out for the enterprise social network at the Ignite conference in Chicago today.

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  • Want Google Love? Better Be Mobile Friendly

    Want Google Love? Better Be Mobile Friendly

    Google really wants your site to be mobile-friendly. It will even tell you if you are and walk you through steps to get there if you're not. It started April 21, when Google announced two changes to help users discover more mobile-friendly content.

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  • Xerox Offers 10 New Ways to Manage Documents

    Xerox likes to do things in a big way. At least that's the message it sent today by launching ten apps to automate document related processes, and, in the process, push many of them into the mobile world.

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  • Is Google Launching A Wireless Service?

    UPDATE:  Yes, it's official. Google launched its own wireless service, aptly named Project Fi. Google will leverage its new technology to “intelligently connect you to the fastest network whether it's Wi-Fi or one of our partner LTE networks.

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