Monthly Archives: July 2015

Gartner Names Web Content Management Leaders

Three vendors who weren’t there 10 months ago cracked the leaders category of Gartner's Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management (WCM). The Stamford, Conn.-based research firm today released its latest ratings of vendors who produce technologies for enterprises to manage online content.

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Your Essential Guide to SharePoint, SharePoint Online and Office 365

Your Essential Guide to SharePoint, SharePoint Online and Office 365

Platforms are difficult things to explain, with respect to their definitions as software. Essentially, they are systems built with the intention of being built upon. An application has at least one tangible function it performs on behalf of a user.

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Lee Nadler Talks Marketing: From Cheerios to MINIacs

Lee Nadler Talks Marketing: From Cheerios to MINIacs

Ask Lee Nadler where he's found the most career inspiration on his 25-year-marketing career and he might surprise you. Nadler is currently marketing communications manager for MINI USA, where he happily leads a bunch of MINIacs, as the car owners like to call themselves.

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The Innovator’s Dilemma: Razing the Status Quo

The Innovator's Dilemma: Razing the Status Quo

Every entrepreneur who works in a large company knows of the “innovator’s dilemma” — when companies, even extremely successful ones, focus all of their energy on meeting current customer needs at the expense of anticipating future needs.

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Do Smaller Companies Dream of Marketing Clouds?

Do Smaller Companies Dream of Marketing Clouds?

Discuss marketing technology without “marketing cloud” coming up. Difficult, right? If you don’t have one, you may feel like that kid in the neighborhood who doesn’t have an iPhone. Major enterprise software vendors offer them. Adobe’s got one. Salesforce’s got one. Oracle’s got one. But they're certainly

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OpenText Beats the Street, But Still Faces IRS Battle

OpenText's fiscal fourth quarter report confirmed success is a matter of perspective.  Compared to the same quarter a year ago, revenue declined 2.3 percent to $482.7 million, net income fell 22 percent to $68.8 million and — even after revisions for extraordinary items — adjusted earnings of $0.

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Radius Gets $50M, Sets Sites on Customer Success

Radius, a provider of B2B predictive marketing software, just closed on a $50 million series D funding round. It brings the start-ups total financing to date to $125 million. Founders Fund led this round, which also included participation by Salesforce Ventures, Formation 8, Yuan Capital and others.

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The Realities of Migrating SharePoint to the Cloud

The Realities of Migrating SharePoint to the Cloud

Migration can be a bellwether measurement of interest in the SharePoint platform. While certain news and feature updates drive excitement around the platform, the flow of investment dollars to solutions and services more times than not follows the migration path.

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