There have never been more ways to connect with customers—and it’s never been more challenging.
Find out why forward-thinking companies are integrating data across channels on page 12.
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Database pioneer Michael Stonebraker told an MIT conference that data curation tools offer a step forward on data integration. Others said things are already progressing through other means.
Implementing an effective data integration strategy is becoming increasingly important as organizations look to collect and analyze information from a diverse set of data sources.
The Redis open source DBMS provides a highly scalable data store that can be shared by multiple processes, applications or servers.
Customer data can be valuable on its own, but when it's combined with other internal information and outside sources in a data mashup, the business benefits of analytics apps can skyrocket.
Change is always hard, but at DFW Airport, giving users personalized tools helps reduce the stress of completing BI reports in a new way.
Balancing data access and security in an organization isn't the most glamorous task, but several chief data officers at an MIT conference said it's something CDOs need to take charge of.
Mobility is becoming a must-have feature of enterprise applications. Developing SAP mobile apps is a lot easier when you have the right tools.
Despite skepticism from experts, companies large and small are finding SAP Business ByDesign to be a good mix of extensibility and convenience.
New York City FC president Tom Glick says global soccer group needs SAP cloud innovations to continue its rapid growth.
DH2i's DxEnterprise is the first application container management software designed for SQL Server. Containerization boosts mobility and reduces downtimes.
Microsoft opened the preview of Azure SQL Data Warehouse, a petabyte-scale, distributed columnar data warehouse service with massively parallel processing.
SQL Server 2014 provides two features that let database administrators easily encrypt database backups. An expert provides two demos that show you how.
This podcast discusses how frameworks like AngularJS have simplified the creation of single-page interface applications, but have created new performance monitoring challenges.
A big challenge in securing software is the management of users and groups. Less is often more in this regard, and being able to simplify is the ket to secure application deployment.
IT pros are turning to NoSQL to enhance runtime performance and fulfill non-functional requirements.
New security features and predictive analysis of performance issues are two of the new features users will find in RHEL 6.7.
Learn how organizations make big data decisions, and if their loyalty lies with the same vendor.
There are ways to combine DCIM and ITSM systems in the data center that give even better visibility.
Progress Software is beefing up digital marketing tools for its Telerik Sitefinity platform, and other content management news.
Too many companies view content management applications in isolation and don't think about them in concert with other applications and data.
Social media listening is becoming standard practice, but key metrics for weighing the importance of a given Web conversation are still emerging.
ADP and Oracle announced hundreds of improvements and new functions in cloud HCM, but the companies face a tough fight for market share.
Beyond and Snagajob also are expanding into HR SaaS to boost sales, but Indeed has no similar plans.
ZinePak's co-founders chose TriNet for strategic HR planning and won more time to spend on growing their business -- and compete on TV show 'Shark Tank.'