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Where Is AI Headed in the Enterprise?

Software vendors including Google, Microsoft and Salesforce are incorporating artificial intelligence in their products. How will companies use it?

Google Puts AI at Center of Rebranded G Suite Productivity Apps

Artificial intelligence is central to Google's cloud productivity apps, recently rebranded as G Suite. Likewise, Microsoft is infusing Office 365 with AI.

Are Open Source Applications Your Best Option?

Open source or proprietary applications? When choosing enterprise software, you must consider factors like ease of use and support.

6 Ways to Profit from Data Analytics

Sure, data analytics yields insights. But how do you turn those insights into concrete business benefits?

12 Open Source CRM Options

CRM isn't limited to products from Microsoft and Salesforce.com. There are plenty of open source CRM software options as well.

Getting Started with Predictive Analytics in 5 Easy Steps

Getting started with predictive analytics can seem daunting. This five-step process will help you understand how to use predictive analytics.

10 Jailbreak Apps for Getting Work Done

9 Useful Open Source Big Data Tools

Hadoop is not the end-all, be-all of Big Data. There are lots of other Big Data platforms and tools, many of which are open source.

10 DIY Application Development Platforms

DIY apps and 'citizen developers' are growing more popular as companies realize they can reduce IT backlogs and produce applications that do exactly what the business needs.

How Beacons Can Enhance CRM

Beacon technology has yet to take off in a big way, though it can help companies get closer to customers. Analyze beacon data and connect it with CRM for best results.

5 Open Source Business Intelligence Tools

Open source business intelligence tools are beginning to gain traction in the enterprise.

10 Open Source ERP Options

The ERP market is dominated by giants like SAP and Oracle, but companies interested in open source ERP do have options.

CRM for Any Niche – or So It Seems

With CRM software, sometimes a niche solution is the way to go, experts say.

Enterprise App Store Difference

With enterprise app stores like Salesforce's AppExchange, it's all about the ecosystem.

Email Due for a Reboot

IBM and Microsoft are reinventing email with built-in analytics and other features that aim to make the aging app more relevant to how people work today.

Developing IoT Apps Is Easier Than You Think

Want to develop IoT apps but put off by the complexity? It's actually quite easy, if you let IoT development platforms do all of the heavy lifting.

5 Open Source Business Intelligence Tools

Open source business intelligence tools are beginning to gain traction in the enterprise.

10 Open Source ERP Options

While the ERP market is dominated by software giants like SAP and Oracle, there are plenty of open source ERP options.

12 Open Source CRM Options

CRM isn't limited to products from giants like Microsoft and Salesforce.com. There are a surprising number of open source CRM options as well.

App Integration Underpins Customer Engagement

CRM tools won't improve customer engagement if they are not integrated with legacy systems like ERP. Fortunately, application integration is far easier than it used to be.

8 Keys to Enterprise App Store Success

Want to launch an enterprise app store, but not sure where to begin? Experts offer advice that will help.

Wearable Tech Will Make Enterprise Impact

Just as smartphones took the business world by storm, wearable technology will almost inevitably soon be found in the workplace.

How to Buy Social Customer Service Software

As the importance of social customer service grows, so do the number of solutions designed to help companies provide it. Here's how to purchase one for your organization.

6 Big Business Intelligence Mistakes

Want a successful business intelligence implementation? Then make sure to avoid these six big BI mistakes.

DIY App Builders: a Buying Guide

Sophisticated technology makes it possible for even non-developers to create useful software applications. Here we list of a few of the available DIY app building programs.

10 Hot CRM Startups

The mature enterprise CRM software category is again attracting startups, thanks to an infusion of cloud and mobile technologies.

3 Approaches to Building Mobile Apps: Which Is Best?

There's more than one way to develop a mobile app, and enterprises are discovering that different types of apps may call for different development approaches.

CRM Software: Good, but Not Enough

Thanks to market maturity, most CRM software is pretty darned good, according to Ovum. But CRM software alone isn't enough to offer a good customer experience.

9 Social CRM Companies to Watch

Experts say large CRM companies will continue to acquire or integrate social CRM solutions into their platforms. Here are nine startups providing such solutions.

5 Top Tablet Conferencing Apps

The tablet-based conferencing market includes giants like Cisco, Citrix and Adobe and up-and-comers like Fuze and Saba.

Tablets Boost Web Conferencing Convenience

Web conferencing is already a convenient way to attend presentations or collaborate with far-flung colleagues. It is even more convenient when done via a tablet.

HCM No Longer an ERP Afterthought

Human capital management is no longer an also-ran when it comes to ERP purchasing decisions. Increased interest in HCM is leading giants like Oracle and SAP to make changes in their products.

4 Hot Open Source Big Data Projects

There's more -- much more -- to the Big Data software ecosystem than Hadoop. Here are four open source projects that will help you get big benefits from Big Data.

Big Data + SaaS = Better Marketing

Big Data apps, or BDAs, offer a new twist on software-as-a-service (SaaS) that will be especially valuable to marketers.

7 Apps for Social Media Monitoring on the Go

Monitoring social media is a 24/7 job, which is why it's so important to use mobile apps for doing so. Here are seven interesting mobile social media monitoring apps.

Social Media Monitoring and Listening Tools: a Primer

Interested in "social listening?" This beginners' guide to social media monitoring and listening tools tells you what you need to know.

Salesforce's Social Media Marketing Play

Salesforce hopes its Marketing Cloud, built on its acquisitions of Radian6 and Buddy Media, will appeal to CMOs who want to consolidate social media marketing activities.

Microsoft, Salesforce Battle in CRM Cloud Space

The two organizations may call it a battle over CRM-related patents, but let's not forget, they are also competitors in the cloud-based CRM space.

ASPs Help Keep the Customer Satisfied

Companies work hard to land new customers and then work even harder to figure out how to keep down costs for servicing those customers. From knowledgebases to live chats to hosted call centers, ASPs have the answer.

Web-Native ASPs Lay Down the Gauntlet

Wielding weapons of speed of deployment, low-cost implementations and XML integration, Net-native ASPs are poised to challenge enterprise ISVs giants such as PeopleSoft, Siebel and SAP.

Salesforce to Be Reckoned With

In the land of enterprise software giants -- where the likes of Microsoft, PeopleSoft, Siebel and SAP roam -- Salesforce.com is gathering its resources and is planning to take on the titans head-on.

Appjuice Leaves the Data with the Customer

The Amsterdam-based CRM ASP has found a way to ease the concerns of potential clients: It lets them host their own data.

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