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Cookie-cutter Solutions Won''t Cut It with the Mid-Market Part One: Historical Relationships
Small enterprises, like their bigger brethren, need some differentiation means in the market, and that will not be achieved by implementing a cut-and-dried

historical sites  Part One: Historical Relationships Historical Relationships The fact that the lower-end of the enterprise applications market (also referred to as SMB—small-to-medium businesses or SME—small-to-medium enterprises) is the next frontier and a promised land for all enterprise vendors—small (tier n), medium (tier 2), and large (tier 1) alike—has long not been news. During economic slowdowns, the larger corporations will likely curb their IT spending to a degree, whereas their smaller counterparts Read More...
Microsoft Dynamics Acquires Netbreeze
Just after having acquired MarketingPilot, Microsoft Dynamics has announced its acquisition of social listening and analytics vendor Netbreeze. Key features of

historical sites  ability to compare current to historical postings via data archives, and independent adjustment of search configuration. Moreover, organizations can monitor a wide array of social channels including Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter, as well as 6,000 online news Web sites, 18 million blogs, and 500,000 message boards. The Netbreeze offering includes a social customer relationship management (CRM) plugin specifically designed for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. The tool allows users to: Manage social Read More...
“Act Vertical” vs. “Go Extinct” Retailers - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series set the historical background for the supply chain management (SCM) evolution and presented the advantages and shortcomings of

historical sites  on personal preferences and historical data. They let the science of retail count as much as the art. In other words, they do not let merchants “fall in love” with products or base their decisions on a hunch (i.e., what they thought looked great and what they needed to fill the slots in their catalog). With more consumer input to use in product buying decisions, “vertically acting” retailers can begin to see easy-to-overlook nuances of different consumer segments. This is critical because most Read More...
SAS Puts the “E” in “Data”
SAS Institute has applied its data mining technology to the Internet. The company released products that will help companies analyze and predict the behavior of

historical sites  to mine current and historical web data then the combination of WebHound and E-Discovery may be worth a look. Note that there are significant feature differences between products that are intended to mine data from web logs, starting with source data. SAS and WebTrends take data from web logs, whereas products from Accrue and NetGenesis can capture data at a deeper network level. Some sites, more typically the technically savvy dot-coms will appreciate the advantages of this, such as showing when people Read More...
Yet another Case for Industry-Specific Solutions
Technology is changing at a breakneck pace, and is there anyone out there who will debate me on that issue? The undeniable evidence that I am getting old is

historical sites  , that data is historical (after the fact) and is missing critical details such as a particular lot’s current  shelf life . Since the data are not operationally oriented, this version of the truth cannot be used to make informed day-to-day decisions, let alone the decision within a shift. Instead, folks are basically making decisions while “driving looking through the rear view mirror”, and continually hitting potholes in the road or missing key turns (or even worse). They are certainly missing Read More...
Adsmart Blazes Vertical B2B Trail
Online advertising network Adsmart will be developing ad networks based on vertical business-to-business markets. This may reduce some of the variability of

historical sites  Blazes Vertical B2B Trail Event Summary Adsmart is a privately held company in which CMGI (Nasdaq: CMGI) has a majority stake. As an online advertising network, Adsmart''s function is to bring advertising to websites. Adsmart has experience serving websites that are too small to manage their own advertising, although it does have many large brand name sites on their client list. Part of the company''s added value is to match advertisers with websites whose surfership is likely to respond to the Read More...
Web Content Management (WCM)
Web content management (WCM) systems manage content creation, review, and approval processes for web site content. This may include public Web sites (Internet

historical sites  Content Management (WCM) Web content management (WCM) systems manage content creation, review, and approval processes for web site content. This may include public Web sites (Internet) or private web sites (intranet or extranet). Use a WCM solution to organize and manage documents; provide content version control, collaboration utilities, and user- or document-level security. Read More...
Fault Meets Performance -- Comprehensive Infrastructure Management Part 2: The Solution
Seamless integration of real-time problem detection and historical trend analysis helps companies keep their IT infrastructures delivering peak performance.

historical sites  Solution A View of Historical Trends Performance management technology emerged in 1995, giving IT managers the ability to see the errors, capacities and behaviors of their devices. While fault management tells IT staffs whether a device is up or down, performance management tells them more about these devices so that they can understand the context of what is going on. Usually, performance relies on SNMP polling to assess the infrastructure''s health. The infrastructure management system periodically Read More...
What Good Is Information If Nobody Sees It?
Keeping detailed historical information is a great idea in theory, but how can it be merged with current data to enable split-second decisions? Two companies

historical sites  and their relationship to historical data can be very powerful tools for marketers who need to monitor and respond to trends as they develop. Not everyone has such a need, but there are certainly some sites that can respond to real-time information by adjusting their campaigns. They will definitely want to consider this product. A product like this raises a larger question. Whether you need to modify your marketing campaigns in minutes, as this product allows you to do, or with longer lag times, a Read More...
Using Extended Validation SSL to Increase Online Sales and Transactions
Online consumers need greater assurance that Web sites are legitimate and that their confidential information will be protected from malicious activity

historical sites  Extended Validation SSL to Increase Online Sales and Transactions Online consumers need greater assurance that Web sites are legitimate and that their confidential information will be protected from malicious activity. Download this VeriSign white paper to learn more about new approaches to online security that can lead to increased online transactions, reduced shopping cart abandonment, and an improved bottom line. Read More...
Practical Strategies to Accelerate Business Applications Across the WAN
Today, more business than ever is done in branch offices or at remote sites, but very few IT resources are actually hosted there. To reduce costs, businesses

historical sites   Read More...
Security Information Market Heading for Growth
The growth of security vulnerabilities is creating a new market for security information. With link sharing and cooperation among sites, it is not clear that

historical sites  Information Market Heading for Growth Security Information Market Heading for Growth L. Taylor - August 31, 2000 Event Summary It is estimated that the security information market will grow to a $1.5 billion by 2003.[1] With a dearth of security professionals available, viewing online security articles offers companies the opportunity to gain information, and improve system security knowledge at low overhead and a fast pace. Via the web, IT organizations can find out about security bugs, patches, Read More...
Streamlining Operations Through Enterprise-Wide Interoperability
To keep pace in today''s automotive industry, suppliers must be able to move information swiftly through and beyond their organizations. With manufacturing sites

historical sites  Operations Through Enterprise-Wide Interoperability To keep pace in today''s automotive industry, suppliers must be able to move information swiftly through and beyond their organizations. With manufacturing sites increasingly scattered across the globe, the ability to exchange information rapidly is key to staying in the competitive race. Learn about the growing need for interoperability and how to overcome its challenges. Read More...
Leveraging Business Growth with Value-based Pricing
Unlike legacy strategies such as cost-plus, historical-based, and volume-driven pricing, which tend to decrease price premiums and profits over time, value

historical sites  strategies such as cost-plus, historical-based, and volume-driven pricing, which tend to decrease price premiums and profits over time, value-based pricing optimizes pricing structure for current market conditions. It can also accommodate market changes without loss of profit. Value-based pricing is a strategic tool to be championed by the executive suite and business unit leads. This paper outlines the elements of a successful value-based pricing strategy. Read More...

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