An annual award and scholarship recognizing amazing individuals within Drupal.
Jahia and Enonic have launched a new OASIS project.
Joomla's developers have resolved nearly 150 issues with Joomla 3.4.
Check out the pros and cons below, and use the guide to avoid the pitfalls of BYOD.
More productivity from employees, more business agility, and significant cost savings.
Altocloud platform predicts the right time to interact with customers for online sales.
Graphite Software releases Secure Spaces 3.0
Graphite Software, the company behind Secure Spaces for Android, has today announced version 3.0, providing users to store private apps, messages and accounts with the new Hidden Space feature. In addition, Secure Spaces 3.0 adds support for Android Lollipop, a range of integration options and many other important enhancements.
Graphite Software has today launched its Secure Spaces Cloud Management Service, enabling entirely new mobile business services and revenues for mobile device OEMs, operators and app companies by allowing users to download constellation of apps, content and a separate launcher into a Space on their device.
There are many pro’s and con’s when actioning a Bring Your Own Device to work policy and these effect both employee and employer. When counting the cost of BYOD it is important to recognize both financial and psychological factors.
TERMINALFOUR, the digital engagement and web content management platform for higher education, today announced its plans to expand its North American operations and recruit 15 new positions in its Boston headquarters. The expansion is being accelerated due to the successful launch of TERMINALFOUR's latest software release which has resulted in TERMINALFOUR winning 7 new significant higher education clients.
In Chris Lucas' article,5 Mobile Marketing Mistakes – and How to Fix Them, he talks about how many marketers approach mobile marketing as an afterthought. Too often marketers make costly mistakes when it comes to mobile that can add up to lost customers. Here is the infographic that accompanies the article showing the top five most egregious mobile marketing mistakes — and how they can be fixed.
Infographic available below the fold.
According to a report from Mobile Media Consumption, consumers today spend nearly 60% of their time on the Internet on their mobile devices, as compared to their desktop or laptop computer, tablet and other devices. These findings support what we as modern marketers already know: Mobile marketing is more important today than ever before.
Unfortunately, many marketers approach mobile marketing as an afterthought, and make costly mistakes that not only add up to lost clicks — but lost customers.
To help, here are the top five most egregious mobile marketing mistakes — and how they can be fixed.
Only big enterprises can afford the high upfront capital expenses of on-premises applications as well as skilled IT professionals to maintain the applications. Since small to mid-sized businesses have to do more with less, SaaS is clearly the best choice for managing growth, and business agility in ever-changing markets. A major reason is because SaaS eliminates the need for an infrastructure investment, platform development or expert manpower, which enables first order initiatives to hold top priority spot. All they need for SaaS is a basic computer with a browser. SaaS is a “pay as you use” subscription delivered to the business.