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More on Cloud Computing from Dion Hinchcliffe


Dion Hinchcliffe recently provide a comprehensive overview of the status of cloud computing for the enterprise in his post, Enterprise cloud computing gathers steam. It is a good article for spinning your knowledge up on what this trend means...
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A bench with two seats


A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to hear Joshua Gutwill, a researcher at the Exploratorium, speak about Instrumenting Chaos: Understanding the Visitor Experience in a Free-Choice Environment. In the Q&A part of the talk, someone asked if...
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Litware HR - A Sample SaaS Application


It sure feels like a long time ago since I first started working on this project. I'm very happy to announce that the sample SaaS application has finally...
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See Your AdSense Earnings Data in Google Analytics


By integrating your AdSense account with a new or existing Analytics account, you’ll have access to in-depth reports about user activity on your site. In addition to the wealth of metrics already available in Analytics such as unique visitors and...
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Enterprise Mashups on Stage at CeBIT


Last week the world's largest annual computer expo, the CeBIT conference, was held in Hannover, Germany. While CeBIT still covers the latest physical advances in things like consumer electronics, server hardware, security and access devices, etc,...
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Conventional wisdom on CRM requirements doesn't wo


The final major flaw with the functionality led approach to CRM requirements gathering is the Rumsfeldian notion of the unknown unknowns. Users, who invariably haven’t used CRM technology before, are expected to articulate a complete vision of what...
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