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The research firm's list of technologies with the potential to significantly impact the enterprise in the next three years.
Web 2.0 Expo '09: Panel of 2.0 entrepreneurs hash out the most common routes to failure, paths to recovery, and acceptance of "I Can Has Failure."
Dreamforce '09: A roundup of product releases and enhancements that came out of the so-called "Cloud Event of the Year."
Dreamforce '09: The software-as-a-service pioneer unveils what it calls its fourth cloud -- the Collaboration Cloud -- as well as a product called Chatter.
New solution for online retailers brings the dressing room into the consumer's own home.
A revamped user interface provides highlights the company's latest service desk solution.
Accelerate customer-centric processes with software-as-a-service-based electronic signatures.
The latest offering from the software-as-a-service vendor adds more pieces to further build out a comprehensive BI suite.
SPSS Directions '09: Statistician Nate Silver shared his tips for successful data analysis predictions.
SPSS Directions '09: A panel discussion with IBM and SPSS executives highlighted continued integration and optimism for the market moving forward.
As companies look to cut costs and streamline operations, electronic signatures may be entering a renaissance period.
It's been 10 years since the founding of Salesforce.com, and CRM has never been the same.
The social business software player announces a new version of its platform, connects communities, and makes a play for the iPhone.
Sage Summit '09: Company executives describe the response to key industry trends, such as social media, cloud computing, and globalization.
Barely half of all customer service requests -- 52 percent -- now have their origin in the contact center, according to new research from Aberdeen Group.
Ad:Tech '09: Sites such as Walmart.com prove there's more to e-commerce than just shopping carts.
Enterprise 2.0 '09: The concept may be mainstream enough to warrant having a conference in its name, but "enterprise 2.0" still faces criticism from industry skeptics who want to see results before they believe the hype.
Enterprise 2.0: Andrew McAfee, the man who coined the term "Enterprise 2.0," says the key to the transition involves sharing, not scaring.
Say goodbye to boring teleconferences—and hello to riveting, interactive events.
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