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  • 5 Reasons to Take Content-as-a-Service Seriously

    5 Reasons to Take Content-as-a-Service Seriously

    If there’s one thing we as marketers have to admit we’re guilty of at times, it’s the use of buzzwords. Especially in the CMS world, acronyms (WCM, CXM, DXM) abound, and the latest terminology can feel like nothing more than the current fad. It’s true, the industry has a terminology overload, but it’s for this reason especially that, when they come around, game-changing concepts need to be explored and identified. Content-as-a-Service, or CaaS, is one such game-changer.

    By jmadej
    Posted August 12, 2014

  • How Cloud Computing Has Driven the Growth of Corporate Performance Management Software

    How Cloud Computing Has Driven the Growth of Corporate Performance Management Software

    There was a time when the complex needs of a global multinational would be assessed and analyst through incredibly powerful but demanding bespoke software that would cost a small fortune to run. Teams of on site developers would be forever working on these intricate and resource hungry corporate performance management (CPM) systems to get everything working as it should whilst senior management kept on ploughing the budget into its upkeep. Why were they doing this? Because a properly implemented CPM software solution can be an incredibly powerful tool indeed.

    By Jeff Nevil
    Posted July 25, 2014

  • F4F signs agreement with SAP to deliver real-time supply-chain data to the agricultural sector

    London, England - July 22, 2014 - F4F Agriculture, a global business dedicated to the farmer-centric digital supply chain, announces it has signed an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) agreement with SAP (NYSE: SAP) for the deployment of the SAP HANA® platform. This partnership is the culmination of F4F's experience gained over several years in working with data and interfaces to SAP® solutions. It is expected that F4F's agricultural expertise and its global open integration…

    By RealWire
    Posted July 22, 2014

  • Infographic: DIY with CMS as a Service

    Over the past few years, we've talked plenty about Weebly, Drupal Gardens, WordPress.com and other hosted content management systems intended to "just work" out of the Cloud. Considering there are 16 million new websites added to the web every month, it's safe to assume that website design is a thriving business. But what about these DIY site builders? Is the WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) platform they offer ever a viable replacement for professional expertise?

    The team at WhoIsHostingThis dives into these questions and more with their latest infograpic: Wicked WYSIWYG: What About Those DIY Websites? In this Infographic they compare Wix, Weebly, and SnapPages. You can find this infographic embedded below the fold.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted July 21, 2014

  • How To Take Automated WordPress Backups on Dropbox

    How To Take Automated WordPress Backups on Dropbox

    With so many security issues, hacks and vulnerabilities in today’s WordPress websites the best defense and sure way to protect your website and data is to have a proper automated backups set.

    There are many ways to take backups of your website, some webmasters prefer to take backups manually of their web files and databases. But to save time and be more productive there are many automated tools and services that can be combined and used to take backups.

    By Ahsan Parwez
    Posted July 11, 2014

  • Avere Systems Ushers in the Hybrid Cloud Storage Era

    Performance Parity, Painless Migrations and Low Prices Are Now a Reality; The Days of Storage Vendor Lock-in Are Over PITTSBURGH, PA - July 10, 2014 - The future of enterprise file storage has never been brighter, according to Avere Systems. Due to three technology and industry breakthroughs that have aligned recently, enterprise-class hybrid cloud storage is now a reality, providing organizations with an unprecedented number of choices when it comes to storage type, location, budget and vendor…

    By RealWire
    Posted July 10, 2014

  • Securing Your Virtual Environment

    Securing Your Virtual Environment

    So you have you a shiny new virtual environment up and running.  You may have virtualised all your servers, so that your business-critical databases, CRM systems, ERP applications and email all reside in a virtual environment.  It has been a long project, but now it is complete and you are experiencing the operational, performance and cost gains.  Stop! Think! Have you covered all the bases?  Have you thought about security?

    By RealWire
    Posted July 10, 2014



 


 

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