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SearchCloudApplications March 16, 2016

How beacon technology could bridge IoT to the cloud

Learn how new beacon technology could help to better bridge the consumers with cloud applications and take enterprises to a new level.


Business Solutions Magazine March 14, 2016

CMSWire March 11, 2016

Why OData May Be a Marketer's Best Friend

Marketing, as a discipline, used to be tied to communications — a career for the 'creative' types. And while creativity is still very much a part of it, marketing has shifted to incorporate more scientific, technical and strategic responsibilities.


TechTarget March 8, 2016

Boston Heart is a pacemaker in mobile app UI design

Cardiovascular healthcare services provider Boston Heart Diagnostics turns to UX design and UI development on a Microsoft stack to make its cloud apps addictive to patients.



SearchCloudApplications March 3, 2016

Collaborate, don't compete with UX and UI design

Designing a user experience and coding the interface are different disciplines that depend on each other for success. Collaboration and a new generation of tools are critical.


InfoWorld February 29, 2016

The 13 developer skills you need to master now

Yes, as software eats the world, demand for skilled developers remains high. But software’s pervasiveness -- from the server to the cloud to the coming onslaught of wearable and IoT devices -- means far greater responsibilities for software engineers and the need to constantly expand your skills.



Chain Store Age February 12, 2016

Tech Guest Viewpoint: Driving Impulse Buy with Technology

There are waves that are converging that indicate 2016 could be the year when the impulse buy will be more likely than ever before based on a few simple buying drivers. These include the ability of marketers to provide the right offer at precisely the right time and the rise of mobile payment technology.


Channelnomics February 11, 2016

Why VARs choose the wrong vendors

There always seems to be tension in the VAR-vendor relationship, likely due to a miscommunication about expectations and goals between parties. This tension boils down to the fact that VARs are struggling to choose the vendors that best align with their business model and their go-to-market goals and objectives.


eWeek February 8, 2016

Progress Software Launches Program for New Developers

In an effort to help increase its own talent pool and the global developer community, Progress Software today launched Progress Academy, an education program to help new developers quickly acquire application development skills.


DevOps.com February 3, 2016

IT DevOps: One Size Does Not Fit All

Coming on the heels of agile development—a term first coined in 2001—is DevOps, which was first popularized in Belgium in 2009. Today, 15 years into agile development and six years into DevOps, it is becoming clear that these intertwined terms are quite broad, encompassing attitude and approach, platforms, tools and solutions. Agile development, with its Scrum meetings and quick turnaround cycles, did speed development but made deployment more difficult, because many organizations just couldn’t support fast cycle deployment.


SearchCloudApplications February 3, 2016

Parse shutdown: What now?

Were you caught off guard by Facebook’s abrupt announcement on Jan. 28 statement that its Parse mobile backend as a service (MBaaS) was going to be shut down? You’re not alone. And we’d like to hear from you.


FierceDeveloper January 26, 2016

Progress, WaveMaker, others make the case for hybrid mobile app development

With the "borderless office" becoming a ubiquitous phenomenon, today's users demand mobile access to their enterprise applications, which opens up an important market opportunity for developers and software companies. The problem is that building individual native apps for each mobile platform is a complex -- and therefore expensive -- proposition. And it's one that can negate the value of a developer's time and effort, despite the end user demand.


eWeek January 22, 2016

Progress Software Supports Angular 2 in Telerik DevCraft

Progress Software this week delivered the latest release of its Telerik DevCraft suite, a .NET toolbox for Web, mobile and desktop development that introduces support for AngularJS 2, the popular JavaScript development framework.


CIO January 20, 2016

12 questions to ask marketing automation vendors (before you buy)

Thanks to the increasing number of marketing automation tools available today, picking the right platform is a challenge for even the savviest organizations. These 12 inquiries can help you cover all of the bases before you invest in new marketing tech.


Fortune January 17, 2016

The Surprising Reason Women Are Held Back in the Workplace

The traits frequently keeping women from reaching their professional potential are the same traits that make them great leaders: empathy, the ability to multitask, and encouraging greatness in others. Today’s young workers are looking to be part of something larger, to make a difference in the world. They see wrongs and want to eradicate them. This is precisely where female leaders excel. They listen and motivate teams to achieve great things. Women bring a basket of skills to the marketplace that are hard to match, but more importantly, they are perfectly aligned to capitalize on the needs of a contemporary workforce.


DZone January 14, 2016

A Developer Evangelist's Thoughts on Angular 2

Back in December, Google finally released a beta version of Angular 2, bringing performance improvements through offline compiling, pre-rendering, and view caching. Matt Werner spoke with TJ Van Toll, a developer evangelist with Telerik/Progress Software to share his thoughts on the new release. Telerik was involved in developing Angular 2 and has implemented the language into their KendoUI and NativeScript products due to enormous customer demand.


CMS Critic January 14, 2016

Announcing the 2015 Winner of Best CMS For Marketers

The 2015 CMS Awards were the most broad yet, with new categories being added into the mix to reflect the dynamic world of web content management. The award, "Best CMS for Marketers" was one such addition. Following the nominations stage, it was a closely fought battle between three big players; Sitecore, Kentico and Sitefinity. All worthy candidates of course, but the people could choose only one winner. I'm pleased to announce that the Best CMS for Marketers 2015 is...Sitefinity.