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These are the headlines from some of the web sources that I follow.

  • Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality Promise Dividends Down the Line
    Augmented, mixed and virtual reality represent one of the bigger business opportunities of the coming decade, along with the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence. Continue reading...
  • Microsoft Releases Android Mobile App for SharePoint
    ATLANTA — Microsoft made good on a promise to release an Android mobile app for SharePoint.  At its Ignite conference here this week, the company unveiled an early access release for Android phones that can be downloaded from the Google Play Store. Microsoft  announced it was working on on mobile Continue reading...
  • Security Plays a Big Role for Microsoft & Its Partners at Ignite
    ATLANTA — Microsoft isn't the only company making news this week at the Ignite conference here.  While Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella waxed poetically about using artificial intelligence to create a better society and his executive vice presidents shared insights and updates on a host of new products, dozens of companies in the Microsoft  universe capitalized on the opportunity to share what they are doing, too. Continue reading...
  • Meet the New Telemarketing: Proactive, Positive and Personalized
    Telemarketing as we know it is dead and may it rest in peace: the calls at dinnertime about random products and services, the hard sells, the arm-twisting donation pleas. Continue reading...
  • What iManage Has Accomplished in Its First Year of Independence
    It is a little over a year since iManage went independent through a management buyout from HP.  With its freedom, the company shed a host of names it gained through years of mergers and acquisitions: beginning with its merger with Interwoven in 2003, followed by Autonomy's acquisition of Interwoven Continue reading...
  • Gartner Boots OpenText, SDL & HP From its WCM Leaders Quadrant
    Gartner trimmed OpenText, SDL and HP from the leader's quadrant in its latest industry report on web content management (WCM). Six other vendors — Sitecore, Adobe, Acquia, EPiServer, IBM and Oracle  retained their spots on the leaderboard in the Stamford, Conn. Continue reading...


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