Docebo is making it easier for organizations to manage their CRM and LMS shared data efficiently. It is doing this by releasing the Salesforce integration for its Cloud-based, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Enterprise learning management system (LMS).
“Today, organizations are investigating and then initiating business software integration,” said Claudio Erba, Docebo’s CEO and Founder. “Allowing an organization’s CRM system and its LMS to work in tandem on the same data not only results in a valuable sales-related asset but it is also, potentially, of huge strategic benefit.
Currently only available for the Enterprise Edition of the Docebo LMS, integrating Salesforce with the LMS enables users to synchronize courses, products, catalogs and contacts. This ensures that the data in both systems is automatically aligned, with no need for manual intervention.
Provides a fast, cost-effective way to transform content from IBM i applications for web, mobile and email
PETERBOROUGH, NH – September 7, 2015 - SoftLanding® Systems, the IBM i software division of UNICOM® Global, today announced the launch of an enterprise content management solution that quickly transforms existing system output from IBM i business applications to work with digital channels such as the web, mobile and email.
The Columbus software, developed by Macro 4, the specialist document management division of UNICOM Global, is now available for the IBM i platform as part of the SoftLanding solution portfolio.
Columbus unlocks access to a wide variety of business content to improve service, raise productivity and enhance collaboration. The software can be implemented on IBM Power Systems running IBM i, AIX or Linux, without disrupting existing IT systems or applications and requires no specialist development skills. With Columbus, IBM i users can have new digital initiatives up and running in a matter of weeks.
Over the weekend, the core developers for CMS Made Simple, an open source project, announced the release of CMSMS 2.0. While not a complete rewrite, CMSMS 2.0 is a significant re-factoring and renewal for the content management system. Many of the changes involved are focused on giving the web professional an easier and simpler editing experience within the CMS.
In the announcement, Robert Campbell further explains how CMSMS 2.0 came to a final release.
RAD Studio 10 Seattle is the fastest way for C++ and Delphi developers to get new and existing applications to Windows 10, plus OS X, iOS, Android, and IoT
Maidenhead, U.K. – September 01, 2015 – Embarcadero Technologies, a leading provider of software solutions for application and database development, today released Embarcadero® RAD Studio™ 10 Seattle, the latest version of its rapid application development platform for Windows 10, OS X, Mobile, and Internet of Things (IoT). RAD Studio 10 Seattle brings Embarcadero’s three million strong community of C++ and Delphi developers to Windows® 10, enabling them to quickly extend their existing applications and infrastructure to Windows 10, plus OS X and Mobile. RAD Studio 10 Seattle also enhances software development productivity with an improved IDE (integrated development environment), runtime performance, and quality across all platforms; over 20 new coding productivity innovations; and double the IDE project size capacity.
Employees are disengaged at work, and organizations have been exploring how social and digital technologies can address this problem. The key to success in business is to have a connected, integrated and involved employee base. All over the world, enterprise-grade intranet portals are currently used in the digital workplace to improve synchronization, store corporate documents, policies and executive directives, and thus, bolster productivity.
The Basics of Intranet
The concept of an intranet is very similar to that of the internet, with one major difference - It is a closed and secure network within the scope of a company or a business which cannot be accessed from outside. The article looks at what is the actual enterprise situation when it comes to enterprise intranet solutions and how the gap can be closed with social intranet solutions. The way information and knowledge is stored, shared, accessed or retrieved, needs to be made simpler so that users can build his/her own connects within the company.An intranet portal in place addresses a multitude of problems. Some of them are:
Since early 2011 Gartner has been writing about how to combine Static application security testing (SAST) and Dynamic application security testing (DAST) approaches to application security testing and raising many questions about the subject. This post will explain the differences between the two methodologies, the advantages disadvantages of the two approaches and how they can work together from a business perspective and from the perspective of web applications, as these are the weakest in term of security.
Static Application Security Testing (SAST)
Static Application Security Testing (SAST) tests the web application from the inside and is an internal audit of an application. This can be carried when the auditor or tool has full access full access to the source code.
One of the main services offered in the Managed Security Services sector is a source code review, which can be carried out manually by an auditor or automatically with a tool.
When it comes to posting online about my own personal misfortune, I have one simple rule. Don't talk about it until you can tell the story with a sense of humor. Yet, when it comes to a visible personal injury the first question you inevitably have to answer is, "What happened to you"? Three weeks ago, I was in a bicycle accident where I landed on my shoulder and broke my clavicle (collar bone). I'm better now, but I'm still wearing an arm sling. My first attempt of bringing humor to the situation was on Twitter.
I'm starting to think exercising is hazardous to your health. Visiting the doc.
There’s no denying it: The cloud has become an integral part of the health care delivery system. According to one recent survey, 83 percent of all health care organizations are using cloud-based services, with the vast majority of those services Software as a Service (SaaS) applications.
This represents a marked increase over the past few years, where health care organizations expressed reluctance to take advantage of the cloud due to concerns about security, regulatory compliance issues, and questions about functionality during implementation. In fact, the same survey found that only 6 percent of health care organizations have no plans to leverage the cloud in any way.
So why the sudden shift? To answer that question, you have to start by looking at how providers are using SaaS solutions.