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There is an insane amount of data out there. Finding ways to use that data can seem intimidating, especially to an entrepreneur who is working 80 hours a week just to keep a new business on track. But most entrepreneurs should be trying to incorporate big data into their businesses from the very beginning.
Progress has announced that its Modulus platform, a Node.js platform as a service (PaaS), now supports multiple application languages utilizing Docker. Modulus offers an opportunity to deploy, scale, and monitor Node.js applications in the cloud, on-premise, or a hybrid of the two.
Progress today announced that Modulus, its premier Node.js platform as a service (PaaS), now supports multiple application languages utilizing Docker, delivering a complete app deployment platform for the whole enterprise.
Business users are finding that the self-serve data and integration tools they craved are leading to more confusion and frustration, it seems.
Think everything is different in this new big data world, that the world of data lakes, mobile devices, predictive analytics, and the cloud are rewriting the rules of business technology? Then think again, says Tony Fisher, who heads up Progress Software’s data integration business.
The era of ‘big data’ is now upon us, but how can we turn masses of datasets into actionable insights capable of delivering operational efficiencies, and improve ROI? Martin Kirov, Telerik Sitefinity, VP, product management and marketing, discusses some of the new marketing technologies that may do the job.
Melissa Puls discusses the challenges of team realignment, integrating new acquisitions from a marketing standpoint, and bringing digital experience marketing to the forefront and technology’s role in her department.
Although the developer Holy Grail is to “write once, deploy anywhere,” the app wrap ― additional coding ― needed to develop native apps poses too great a challenge for there to be any silver bullet. However, there are new technologies, hybrid development tools and importantly, open source frameworks that certainly help relieve the development burden.
CBR rounds up views from Accenture, Citrix, Cisco, Oracle, The Open University, Kony, We Know Data, Checkpoint, AVG, Druva, MobileIron, Mendix, Progress, NETGEAR, ProjectPlace and Tangoe.
Marketers face many challenges today: high growth expectations, hyper competition in crowded market places, and the digital and social-media revolution. Customers are more informed than ever and in most cases have made their mind long before the first contact with a sales rep. In short, marketing and sales teams are losing control at a time when expectations for their performance is rising.
Enterprise development tools vendor Progress Software (PRGS) reported fiscal Q1 revenue and earnings that beat analysts’ expectations, when excluding the effect of currency.
Although it’s become the world’s most popular mobile operating system, Android is still an expanding frontier—and developers are always the first to explore it.
Do you feel like your business is behind in the mobile app arms race? Are you concerned about spending too much time collecting apps and staffing up before you start? Time to change your approach.
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