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Date: 2007-06-13
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Mobile Strategy Struggling? Don't blame the solution first
There are basic principals that have been applied for most enterprise solutions from CRM to messaging, ERP to basic end user applications such as spreadsheets. It is this: If the end user does not understand the application they need training or support. If the support team does not understand the application or doesn't know how to assist the end user, then the end user either gets frustrated or, they stop using the application.

Managing a Market-Driven Product Portfolio
Managing a product portfolio involves more than just balancing resources for existing products. Product managers must help maintain a full pipeline of new products and product enhancements. For many companies, this part of the process is driven internally, with a focus purely on allocating resources, ROI, and risk/return.

Adobe Bridges the Engagement Gap by Joining Workflow with Web 2.0
The key is to look to proven technologies, from web services to interactive documents to RIAs
It is an exciting time in business process management (BPM), as traditional notions of BPM expand to include more users and more interactive applications. Many corporations have already invested heavily in BPM to improve how business data is processed and moves across enterprise systems.

Developing Solutions Using Microsoft’s ASP.NET 2.0 Technologies
Unless you have been living under a rock, you will know that the mantra for development at Microsoft is all things .NET.
Microsoft is one of the leaders in Web development and technologies. The flagship technology framework for Microsoft Web solutions is ASP.NET, a part of the .NET Framework. In this article you will find out the breadth and value of Microsoft’s Web architecture.

Microsoft shows off Surface touchscreen computer, which resembles interactive coffee table
Microsoft Corp. has taken the wraps off "Surface", a coffee-table shaped computer that responds to touch and to special bar codes attached to everyday objects.


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