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Changing the Channels

CIOs and other executives must get past the idea that digital and physical sales channels are separate and distinct entities. They must connect them seamlessly.

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10 Things You Need to Know About Data Theft

A new Trustwave report analyses the behavior of cybercriminals and details the type of information they target most, industries most compromised, how break-ins often occur, malware trends and other critical components of breaches that affect the enterprise. Security firm Trustwave Holdings, Inc. conducted the "2014 Trustwave Global Security Report" by gathering data from 691 breach... Read More »

eBay Uses Voice Analytics to Increase Client Sales

With its new voice analytics solution, eBay Enterprise is helping its clients increase their sales through improved customer support.

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Jaguar Launches Virtual Shopping Experience

The Jaguar Land Rover Virtual Experience demonstrates how the physical and digital worlds are merging to reshape the consumer shopping experience.

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Using Wi-Fi to Sell More Goods and Services

With its new wireless LAN, MGM Resorts can better engage with customers and sell them additional services and amenities via their mobile devices.

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Kelly-Moore Improves Security and Service Delivery

Using appliance-based remote support software, Kelly-Moore Paints increased its security measures and improved service delivery for tech support.

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Sandwich Shop Replaces Paper Manuals With iPads

Capriotti's Sandwich Shop gives iPads to its new franchisees, providing them with real-time access to company information, suppliers and more.

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Sport&Health Gets Connected

Thanks to third-party management of its phone system, Sport&Health can focus on its core business, while reducing capital expenses and telecom costs.

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Business Intelligence Aids Factories and Sales

McCain Foods improves the efficiency of its global factory and sales operations with business intelligence technology.

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Furniture Company Boosts Ad Sales

BedroomFurnitureDiscounts.com experienced a dramatic increase in ROI when it switched to a post-click personalization solution.

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Is the iPhone 5 Right for Your Enterprise?

Now that the hoopla about the iPhone 5 is dying down, it s time to discuss whether Apple's newest phone is right for your enterprise, whether you d be better off getting an iPhone 4S for less money or sticking with what you have now. Read More »

CEO Whitman Says Smartphones Are in HP's Future

HP CEO Meg Whitman said smartphones are becoming a key computing device around the world, and as a computing company, HP needs to be in that market. Read More »

iPhone 5 Breaks Preorder Record

Apple sold more than two million iPhone 5 smartphones in the first 24 hours it was available for preorder. The figure was more than double the record set by the iPhone 4S. Read More »

What to Do With Your Company's Old iPhones

iPhone 4 resales were up nearly 883 percent in the month leading up to the iPhone 5's introduction. While buyers take all models, iPhones are what people trade in most. Read More »

Apple, Google Will Own Mobile Market in 2012

Google and Apple will capture so much of the mobile market by the end of 2012 that there won't even be a viable No. 3 spot left, according to a new report from Global Equities Research. Read More »

iPhone 5: Why Apple's Smartphone May Disappoint Fans

Apple's iPhone 5 is now official. And despite all of the glitz and glamour, it's really little more than a catch-up Android device. Read More »

Apple's iPhone 5: Thinner, Taller, Slightly Better

Apple officially unveiled the iPhone 5 with LTE, a 4-inch display, an improved camera and dozens of all-around improvements, plus new iPods, iTunes and even new earbuds, called EarPods. Read More »

iPhone 5: Expect LTE, No iPad Mini

A Jefferies analyst note predicts the iPhone 5 with LTE will be unveiled Sept. 12, but it's not so sure about the iPad Mini. Read More »

Will the iPhone 5 Be a Game-Changer -- Or Not?

Apple is getting ready to launch the iPhone 5 at an event Sept. 12. Still the new iPhone already lags behind its competition in innovation. Read More »

Amazon Shows Off New Kindle Tablets, Aggressive Pricing

In what amounted to Amazon's biggest and most strategic connected-device announcement in its 18-year history, the online retailer and Web services provider unveiled and demonstrated three new versions of its popular Kindle tablet PC. Read More »

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