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Do You Want Your App to Talk Back to You (as a Chatterbox)? - Part 2
In Part 1 of this blog series I admitted to being a late adopter of a sort, in part for not immediately jumping onto the social media bandwagon. In particular

how would you describe somebody  when it comes to how we access the Internet. Fundamental Shift in Computing: Cloud 1 vs. Cloud 2 Salesforce.com is the first solely cloud-based company to exceed US$1.4 billion in revenues with over 77,300 corporate customers of all sizes. Possibly the best example of the pace of change in technology would be that even the Amazon.com, Google , and eBay metaphors of the early 2000s look a bit dated today in comparison to those of YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook. Namely, the good traits of “Cloud Read More
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Interview with Joe Cowan


how would you describe somebody  software to really know how to apply it. We were really focused in some select markets, so we had the deep domain knowledge about those markets that we went into. The market changed in the late 1990s. Many software companies walked in to clients back then, did a little bit of listening to hear what the customer said his problems were, then went back and told him all these great things that could be done for him, and made all these glorious promises. Back then the market took on a different face. You get Read More
Why BI Is Ripe Now for Businesses of Any Size
Businesses of all sizes need real insight into operations and customers@to do their planning, forecasting, modeling, and adjusting based on data that’s current,

how would you describe somebody  really need this report? How would I change this process to do things better.' Clean Your Data. If you're doing a financial application, it's a good time to clean up your chart of accounts before you embark, says DeBenedetti. I would also recommend trying to get your data cleaned. This was one of the biggest time consuming parts - extracting old data and making it consistent. Jim Collison, technology manager at The Gallup Organization, agrees: It's about the data and not the tools. If your data Read More
How to Measure Customer Satisfaction
Organizations often rely on surveys and questionnaires to determine customer satisfaction ratings, but such methods merely offer a perceived customer rating

how would you describe somebody  a realistic picture of how satisfied its customers really are. In such a situation, any efforts to improve customer satisfaction would be taken in the wrong direction. Aspects Critical to Customer Satisfaction I have been using the following method to compute a customer satisfaction metric, based on internal data, in all the organizations to which I have provided consulting services. I developed this system through reverse-engineering of the vendor-rating metric that manufacturers use to rate their Read More
The Demo Crime Files!
This article is part of the continuing education all software demonstrators need to ensure their fundamental skills remain sharp. It points out three common

how would you describe somebody  my software. They understood how it worked. However, when I would find out a few weeks later that I didn't even make the shortlist of finalists, I was always stunned. When I'd ask why, a typical reply went something like, Well, no specific reason. We liked you and your company. Your product was good, but the other products just seemed to fit us better. This is hardly a satisfying answer! Where do you begin to improve your product, services, company, or approach based upon a politically safe comment Read More
6 Signs That You Need to Upgrade Your Business Phone System
In 6 Signs that You Need to Upgrade Your Business Phone System, you'll find 6 key questions to ask about your company's current phone system.

how would you describe somebody  signs need upgrade business phone system,signs,need,upgrade,business,phone,system,need upgrade business phone system,signs upgrade business phone system,signs need business phone system,signs need upgrade phone system. Read More
Disaster Recovery Planning: Top 10 Things You Need to Know
Developing a good disaster recovery plan (DRP) in today’s business world is a must. In fact, downplaying the importance of a DRP can be costly—especially if you

how would you describe somebody  DRP. Recent studies have shown that 40 percent of businesses that have encountered a disaster close their doors within the following five years. To stay afloat, here are ten steps that should be taken. Read More
Best Practices: How to Engage Business Leaders in Succession
Effective succession management requires ownership by line-of-business leaders. Learn how HR can engage leaders to use the talent review process to identify

how would you describe somebody  Practices: How to Engage Business Leaders in Succession Effective succession management requires ownership by line-of-business leaders. Learn how HR can engage leaders to use the talent review process to identify, develop, and advance talent for tomorrow’s needs, preparing the organization to navigate the expected as well as the unexpected. Read More
How Big Data Helps HR to Maximize Business Performance
Oracle strategists Brian Gaspar and Amanda Hahn explore how big data is being used in human resources (HR) organizations for predictive problem solving and

how would you describe somebody  Big Data Helps HR to Maximize Business Performance Read More
The AS/400 Takes You Securely Where You Want to Go
This article on the built-in security features of the AS/400 system originally appeared in the Midrange Computing’s Showcase Magazine, June 2000.

how would you describe somebody  host security, and therefore how to implement sound host security on your AS/400 is something worth understanding. You probably won't want to turn your AS/400 into a firewall, even though an add-on package exists for doing so. As well, you're not going to want to use IBM's SecureWay firewall since it was recently announced that the SecureWay's development will be discontinued. Though firewalls are not IBM's forte, mid-range host security is something that they took time to think about. Typically security Read More
Everything You Need to Know about CDN Load Balancing
If you use multiple content delivery networks (CDNs) to serve your content, you are well aware of the benefit of quick content delivery. However, what happens

how would you describe somebody  white paper and see how a managed DNS company can help your midsized organization achieve affordable load balance among multiple systems. Read More
3 Things You Must Know About Cloud ERP
In this whitepaper, we present the facts you need to know about cloud ERP, including distinctions between different cloud computing options and the benefits and

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How Secure Is a Password?
Is it true that companies in Europe are more concerned with security, while those in the US are more concerned with productivity? Maybe. However, there’s a

how would you describe somebody  Secure Is a Password? Is it true that companies in Europe are more concerned with security, while those in the US are more concerned with productivity? Maybe. However, there’s a trend in the US toward safer log-on, authentication, and authorization. In the next few years, both aspects may converge as the US will be more security-concerned, while the rest of the world will be concerned about ease of use and productivity gains. Learn more. Read More
Forget Everything You Think You Know about ERP (Because That’s All About to Change)
Let’s face it: There’s nothing sexy about enterprise resource planning (ERP). It’s been around forever. It’s big. It’s tough to use and maintain. It’s not

how would you describe somebody  of “traditional ERP,” and how it may be hurting your business. Read More

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