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OpenLogic Survey Found Unsatisfied Customers

December 17, 2009 Roberto Galoppini

OpenLogic, an open source provider offering software and services for open source governance, conducted a study based on the answers to the questionnaire of 123 enterprise open source users. Only 38 percent of respondents – included systems and application architects, IT executives and managers and developers – said they were […]

Developing Better Software In The Cloud

December 17, 2009 Mike Kavis

Whether you are deploying applications or services in the cloud or on-premise, you can still leverage the cloud to build better software. Two areas where the cloud gives you huge advantages over on-premise computing are prototyping and testing. Let’s explore.

Building A Web Developer Tool Kit For Designers

December 17, 2009 Dustin Brewer

There are a lot of tools out there for the freelancer that can help you to run your business more smoothly and excel at not only get the projects completed but also managing your projects. I have compiled a list of all of the tools I currently use to keep […] Aims for a Global Development Community

December 17, 2009 Manoj Jasra [NYSE: CRM] and Facebook today introduced a new suite of tools to marry next-generation business productivity applications to the interpersonal power of social networks. The new offering – for Facebook – is designed to foster a global development community for Facebook’s 120 million users and’s 100,000 developers. […]

Using Integration Technology to Your Advantage

December 17, 2009 Jim Berkowitz

Here are several excerpts from an informative article by Mathew Schwartz, Integrating Your Cloud And On-Premises Applications: Most small and midsize businesses are eyeing one or more software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications, yet have already made numerous investments in on-premises software. And despite the potential cost upsides of making the move to […]

EPO And FFII Annouce Ways To Improve Software Patent Quality

December 17, 2009 Roberto Galoppini

The Software Patents war is finally over, glad open source cluster technology made it possible. Brussels & Munich, 1st April 2009 — After years of confidential work, the European Patent Office (EPO) and the Foundation for a Free Information Infrastructure (FFII) today announce a radical way to improve software patent […]

Your AdWords Quality Score and How to Improve It

September 16, 2009 Patrick Hare

The Google Adwords Quality Score is a bit of an enigma to most people who run their own Pay-Per-Click (PPC) marketing campaigns. This is because there are multiple factors involved, several of which are confidential to Google. The importance of the quality score, however, cannot be understated because it determines […]

Optimizing Your Conversion Rate To Get Ahead

September 2, 2009 Patrick Hare

If you’re running any kind of enterprise that depends on internet traffic, then you know that conversion rate optimization can be the difference between getting by and getting ahead. Whether your website traffic comes exclusively from search engines or from radio and television ads, websites that are optimized for conversion […]

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