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How to Buy Cloud Finance AppsJuly 25, 2014
Finance and accounting (F&A) is one of the newest application categories to move to the cloud.
8 Ways to Make Software Licensing Agreements Work for YouJuly 24, 2014
Software licensing agreements (SLAs) are getting more complex with the advent of new technologies. These best practices help ensure agreements deliver optimal value to the enterprise.
4 Apps that Make it Easier to Use PowerPointJuly 21, 2014
Apps from SAVO Group, SlideShark, Kingsoft and Workshare promise to make it easier to create, share and present PowerPoint files.
Application Performance Management Buying GuideJuly 7, 2014
Application performance management is evolving to include software-as-a-service options in addition to more traditional framework approaches.
Review: Visual Studio 2013 for Enterprise App DevelopmentJuly 2, 2014
Microsoft's Visual Studio 2013 provides solid tools and a wide range of capabilities for enterprise application developers, says reviewer Paul Ferrill.
Startup Spotlight: Lua's Mobile Coordination SoftwareJune 27, 2014
Lua is making a big splash with software designed for mobile teams that require real-time coordination. Clients include Team Rubicon, eBay Now and the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.
Mobile App Usage Grows Among BusinessesJune 25, 2014
The Apperian report also revealed that companies most satisfied with their mobility investments put more emphasis on custom mobile apps.
7 Apps for Simplifying Project ManagementJune 19, 2014
Project management is a challenge for most organizations. These seven apps and websites can give you an edge that results in project success.
IT Getting a Grip on Mobile AppsJune 9, 2014
IT organizations appear to be getting better at managing enterprise mobile apps, according to an analysis of customer data from Fiberlink.
7 Tips for Getting a Great Software DealApril 24, 2014
Fiscal year-end has long been considered a good time to negotiate with software vendors like Oracle and Microsoft. But is it?
How to Control Email Before It Controls YouMarch 4, 2014
A study finds workers on average spend 13 hours a week on email. Collaborative software promises to help us lower that number, but common-sense tips can help as well.