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Research: March 2015

Research, articles, and tips on CRM, Business Intelligence, ERP, supply chain management, and other enterprise applications. - Archive for March 2015

Mobile Apps: HTML5, Native or Both?

While HTML5 continues to earn support among mobile app developers, companies will likely use a mix of HTML5 and native development for the …

Big Data, IoT Drive Enterprise Adoption of Wearables

Accessing and analyzing Big Data will make wearable technology useful to enterprise users, says Saar Bitner of Sisense.

Mobile Apps and the FDA: What You Need to Know

The impetus is on enterprises to know how and to what extent the FDA may regulate mobile medical apps.

Startup Spotlight: Sisense's Big Data Analytics

Five Israeli entrepreneurs turned a class project into a Big Data analytics startup that counts Merck, Sony and ESPN among its customers.

How to Build a Great Data Governance Team

One data governance team does not fit all. Your data governance team must fit your organization's business structure and data priorities.

Human Capital Management Buying Guide

Experts share tips on making human capital management implementations a success, and we include a short list of HCM vendors.

Custom Mobile Apps Growing in the Enterprise

CDW survey sees growth in both off-the-shelf and custom mobile apps in the enterprise.

5 Key Human Capital Management Trends

Consumer-driven trends like social, cloud and easy-to-use analytics are impacting human capital management, say experts.

Will Businesses Want the Apple Watch?

The Apple Watch will likely win fans in the enterprise, says an IDC analyst, with its ability to streamline business processes and otherwise …

Using Data Virtualization to Simplify Application Modernization

Data virtualization is no longer just for integrating data. It can help enterprises modernize legacy apps and accelerate application …

Siri Getting More 'Human'

Interaction with virtual assistants like Siri may become the biggest deciding factor in how much we like our technology.

8 Tech Trends Changing Health Care

The health care industry has always been conservative in adopting technology, but that is beginning to change.