Monthly Archives: March 2017

Amazon Business Is Coming For You, Distributors

Amazon Business Is Coming For You, Distributors

When Amazon debuted AmazonSupply in 2012, it was clear the company was looking to use B2B sales as a growth lever in its quest to dominate ecommerce.  So it didn't come as much of a surprise when the company was selling over 2 million stock keeping units (SKU) by 2014.

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Oops: Microsoft Site Exposes Sensitive Data, More News

Oops: Microsoft Site Exposes Sensitive Data, More News

What happens when users fail to use the proper security settings when they upload files to the cloud? In the case of select Microsoft Office 365 users recently, the inadvertent exposure of private information — everything from password lists and job acceptance letters to investment portfolios, divorce settlement agreements, and

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GDPR Is Looming: How ECM Can Help Businesses Meet the Challenge

GDPR Is Looming: How ECM Can Help Businesses Meet the Challenge

Companies around the globe doing business in the European Union (EU) will need to pay close attention in the coming months to a new regulation that promises to shake up the way they manage data related to EU citizens. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), scheduled to take effect in

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Knowledge Really is Power: Search and the Intelligent Workplace

Knowledge Really is Power: Search and the Intelligent Workplace

The old saying, “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know that matters” is in desperate need of a 21st-century makeover.  In today's digital workplace, a more appropriate adage might be, “What you know depends on who you know.

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5 Vendors Explain What Makes Their Digital Marketing Hub Unique

5 Vendors Explain What Makes Their Digital Marketing Hub Unique

Leading analyst firms like segment vendors into various categories, from leaders to the also-rans. But is the top rated vendor necessarily the right vendor for you? In a recent Magic Quadrant on digital marketing hubs (DMH), for example, Gartner named four leaders: Adobe, Oracle, Salesforce and Marketo.

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