If you are considering a transition to a new content management solution, the addition of a CMS solution to a portal or site or a blog, portal, or site redesign, you may wish to look at Umbraco and consider its open source, flexible features, templates and customization capabilities. It is a worthy contender in the CMS market and offers numerous functional and technical benefits to your business.
Java. You can’t beat the classic when it comes to development languages for an enterprise-level content management system (ECM). Compared to .NET, PHP, or C# Java is still the top development language for its reliability, stability and suitability for “building back-ends for modern enterprise-web applications. With Java and frameworks based on it, web developers can build scalable web apps for a variety of users.
Metrics are becoming increasingly important for content marketing. Simply measuring visitors or users, and displaying the results in colored graphics is no longer sufficient. What should you be measuring and what should you do with it? It's all about the metadata when it comes to effective content marketing.
Mobile commerce transactions will reach 3.2 trillion by 2017. In the United States, 73% of internet users make online purchases, while 85% of UK internet users shop online. 80% of German internet users engage in mobile commerce. Businesses need to take this seriously.
Ian Kilpatrick, chairman Wick Hill Group, specialists in secure IP infrastructure solutions, looks at five key IT security trends and solutions for 2015: 1. Rise in security breaches The current high level of security breaches, from the largest organization down to the smallest, will continue unabated. What will also grow in 2015 will be the acceptance that security breaches are pretty well unavoidable for the majority of organizations. Companies will need to change their approach to security…
Companies and their IT departments must focus on proactive techniques in order to meet future security risks head on. Relying on traditional preventative software alone can no longer be a company's only option when it comes to data breaches and other malicious network security attacks.
Technology is getting faster and smarter. Computers are now able to recognize and learn patterns, and make decisions in real-time. Their improved analytic and decision-making abilities allow them to outperform humans in areas such as medical diagnoses, legal recognition and customized marketing campaigns.
The era of big data has only furthered the usefulness of computers. Marketers now have massive amounts of customer information at their disposal. Using big data analytics allows markers to gain deeper insights and create more detailed models to improve marketing strategies. However, this isn’t an easy transition. Traditionally, marketers had pieces of information about their audience and ads, but mainly relied on intuition when making decisions and building business strategies.
Ultimately, the problems that the post-holiday period creates are not enough to stop companies from adopting BYOD policies. Dangers certainly exist when it comes to security. However, with a strict and well thought out policy, many companies will be able to avoid any serious threats. In the end, the potential for savings as well as employee satisfaction and productivity will drive greater implementation of BYOD in the future.
When you think of all the major technical trends discussed lately you may have noticed another one beginning to throw itself into the conversation, virtualization. While virtualization has been around for more than a decade, we're only just beginning to unleash its true potential.Organizations who prepare themselves now will have a head start, which in a fiercely competitive environment, can mean everything.
When it comes to BYOD security, your company would be better off looking on the inside and focusing on your employees. BYOD still has a lot of benefits to offer, but companies need to go the extra mile in educating and training employees to better handle the numerous security risks they could face. Enforcement of established BYOD guidelines is another excellent way to address security. Only then can businesses proceed to grow with more confidence in tackling whatever threats come their way.