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Non-Traditional Hours: Key Strategies for Creating Flexible and Productive Work Schedules
Enabled by technology, more and more companies are now allowing—and, in some cases, requiring—employees to work flexible schedules. In this era of VoIP, Skype

skype  this era of VoIP, Skype, cloud apps, and mobile devices, some employees really can be as productive (or more so) working off-site. The advantages for companies begin with more engaged, productive workers, and lower overhead costs. So know what you need to consider for flexible work arrangements and the golden rules for developing flexible work policies. Read More...
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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Microsoft Officially Launches Outlook.com
After making it available for preview some months ago, Microsoft is now officially launching Outlook.com, Microsoft's new free e-mail service. According to

skype  need to migrate to Skype, as the messenger service will be phased out . Will Outlook.com be able to compete with offerings such as Gmail?  Have a comment or feedback on outlook.com? Please drop us a line. Read More...
RIM Finally Launches BlackBerry 10, and Changes Its Name
At long last, Research in Motion (RIM) on January 30 launched its new mobile platform, BlackBerry 10, kicking off a series of events around the globe. The

skype  the get go, including Skype, Amazon Kindle, and others. Improved customer experience features include BlackBerry Flow, BlackBerry’s navigation tool, and BlackBerry Hub, the centralized repository for all communications and content (e-mail, text, social media interaction, etc.) The main BlackBerry strategy is to keep focusing on what it does best—offer a platform for the workplace, while enabling users to separate their personal and work environments with a feature called BlackBerry Balance. It is not Read More...
The Blessing and Curse of SharePoint's
Notwithstanding Microsoft's recent purchase of Skype, some pundits have started to question its relevance in the long term (in view of the ongoing consumer

skype  Microsoft's recent purchase of Skype , some pundits have started to question its relevance in the long term (in view of the ongoing consumer mobile devices and/or social media success of Apple, Google, Facebook, Oracle, salesforce.com , etc. ). However, there are still many Microsoft products that are quite relevant. One of them is undoubtedly Microsoft SharePoint or  Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) . Until the recent runaway success of  the Kinect for Xbox 360 “gesturing entertainment Read More...
Microsoft Analyst Event Part Three: What Else Can Dynamics Do, and What’s Next?
Microsoft recently held its annual Dynamics Fall Analyst Event (FAE) in Redmond, Washington, where news about the company’s Windows 8 platform (see Part One of

skype  (enrich contacts data, save Skype or Lyn c conversation history as data, etc.). A good analogy would be having your GPS tell you exactly where to go while you drive instead of printing out a map before your trip and trying to read it while on the road — enterprise apps should do the same within this “contextual BI” paradigm. Via the cloud, Microsoft Dynamics intends to remove the barriers between enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) users and to offer Read More...
The Blessing and Curse of SharePoint's "Grandma's Attic" - Part 1
<!--StartFragment-->Notwithstanding Microsoft's recent purchase of Skype, some pundits have started to question its relevance in the long term (in view of the ongoing consumer mobile devices and/or social media success of Apple, Google, Facebook, Oracle, salesforce.com, etc.). However, there are still many Microsoft products that are quite relevant. One of them is undoubtedly Microsoft

skype  Microsoft’s recent purchase of Skype , some pundits have started to question its relevance in the long term (in view of the ongoing consumer mobile devices and/or social media success of Apple, Google, Facebook, Oracle, salesforce.com , etc. ). However, there are still many Microsoft products that are quite relevant. One of them is undoubtedly Microsoft SharePoint or  Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) . Until the recent runaway success of  the Kinect for Xbox 360 “gesturing entertainment Read More...
Do You Want Your App to Talk Back to You (as a Chatterbox)? – Part 2 » The TEC Blog
Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection

skype  look to see whether Skype  might integrate and help in this regard. Salesforce.com points out that Chatter is entirely secure, and that “what gets chattered inside the enterprise stays in the enterprise” unless somebody with authority consciously and deliberately , say, sends a slide deck or an agenda to a customer. In other words, salesforce.com wants to assure users that they are not signing onto some horrible social networking application that will inadvertently spill their confidential corporate Read More...
Do You Want Your App to Talk Back to You (as a Chatterbox)? - Part 2
<!--StartFragment-->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, my initial reaction to Salesforce Chatter (a.k.a. Collaboration Cloud) was tepid. To be frank, Marc Benioff, salesforce.com’s flamboyant and engaging CEO, gave an atypically incoherent and dry keynote speech when he

skype  look to see whether Skype  might integrate and help in this regard. Salesforce.com points out that Chatter is entirely secure, and that “what gets chattered inside the enterprise stays in the enterprise” unless somebody with authority consciously and deliberately , say, sends a slide deck or an agenda to a customer. In other words, salesforce.com wants to assure users that they are not signing onto some horrible social networking application that will inadvertently spill their confidential corporate Read More...
Waking Up to a “New Day” at Infor
Moving away from the relentless acquisitions of the past, Infor is waking up to a brand new day, marked by innovative product development that will change the way work is done. TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic looks at how the vendor has become a formidable opponent to SAP and Oracle, and examines all the components of Infor10, a new generation of enterprise software that allows the seamless execution of business processes.

skype  Warrior app, which incorporates Skype and FaceTime within a customer s contact record so salespeople can more seamlessly access consumer collaboration tools. Infor10 Motion is cloud based, and the Infor10 Motion App Manager (IMAM) provides a single location for companies to deploy Infor10 Motion applications quickly within their existing IT infrastructure. In contrast, many other mobile platforms require an add-on solution to centralize the effort of multiple deployments. Once a company has gained access Read More...
Is Selling Software in China Really as Hard as It Seems?
You’re a North American software vendor. You’re considering setting up shop in China.  You know that the risks are formidable, but so are the potential rewards.<!--more--> Among the risks: intellectual property piracy issues, cultural adaptation challenges, currency restrictions, and governmental censorship (see The cost of doing business in China: Privacy for an excellent post on the Chinese

skype  government’s practice of monitoring Skype traffic). However, the potential rewards are substantial, from a business perspective. A guide to doing business in China, published by Enterprise Ireland , suggests that although it’s “somewhat naïve” to imagine that you’re suddenly going to have a billion-strong market, there are certainly a good 300 million customers who may be in the market for what you’re selling. Also, the Chinese market is generally tech- and software-savvy, which may explain Read More...
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 to Be Released in the Fall
Microsoft Corp. has announced that its 2013 release of  Dynamics CRM—to be available this fall—is designed to make business personal by enhancing mobile support and social capabilities, as well as by providing contextual information to customer-facing professionals. Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 can be delivered both on premises and in the cloud. <!--more--> Main capabilities include

skype  connection between Lync and Skype Microsoft expects that organizations using Dynamics CRM will be taking advantage of the new features to face an increasingly educated mass of customers. Bob Stutz, corporate vice president, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, explains: Customers don’t want to be sold to anymore. […] They expect businesses to help them make the most informed choice. Microsoft Dynamics CRM helps people connect with these customers in a way that is personal—giving them the information they need Read More...

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