• Optimizely Brings A/B Testing To Mobile

     

    Google is perhaps the exemplar of iterative site design based on user testing – Google’s iterations and use of A/B testing (where two designs are tested and the result determine the direction for the product) is legendary. And from this awareness has arisen standalone platforms designed to aid this sort of [...]

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  • More Moves In The API Platform Space–Restlet Launches Its “API PaaS”

     

    One area in technology that is enabling organizations to deliver tight, consistent and integrated solutions is the rise of the Application programming Interface (API). APIs are a simple concept – they are the glue that helps different services, applications and data sources to be integrated together. APIs allow different assets [...]

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  • Adobe Embraces Location-Based Marketing

     

    As organizations look to gain an edge against their competitors, marketing organizations are increasingly being pushed to deliver ever more contextual messages to consumers. One of the areas that marketers personalize messaging is through the use of lo…

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  • Kinvey Adds Development Lifecycle Processes To Its Mobile Backend Solution

     

    Mobile Backend as a Service (MBaaS) vendor Kinvey is today announcing lifecycle management to go with its mobility platform – and the rationale is obvious. There are two parallel trends occurring in enterprise IT. The first is the continuation of the agile methodology movement whereby development occurs in an iterative [...]

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  • Cue The SmackTalk–Red Hat And Mirantis Face Off

     

    Red Hat, that long time central hub of all things good and true and open source is appearing more and more to live up to its reputation of being, as one industry commentator put it, the Oracle of open source. And that didn’t refer to buying islands and sponsoring yacht [...]

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  • How The Worm Turns–Microsoft Open Sources .NET

     

    It seems like several lifetimes ago that Bill Gates, then CEO of Microsoft, declared that Linux (and, by extension, open source) was a cancer for the technology industry. The Microsoft of today increasingly embraces open source initiatives as a valid a…

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  • Lookout Hires Up To Ramp Up Its Mobile Security Solution

     

    As mobile applications increasingly become a core part of the way enterprises do business, enterprise IT teams are having to resolve a number of issues related to mobile applications and devices. Lookout, the company that raised a massive $150 million …

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  • More Amazonian Announcements–AWS Anoints Docker And Makes A Nod Towards Star Wars

     

    Yesterday Amazon Web Services (AWS) wowed attendees at its re:Invent event by making a long list of big announcements – from infrastructure automation to new databases, from key management to service catalogs. The atmosphere at the event was excited, both from the usually cynical analysts who were dropping words like [...]

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  • Salesforce Lightning Launches Integration Tool Kit–Game Changer For Two Tier Systems?

     

    I’ve always been intrigued by products that try and make software development easier. Perhaps it’s because I’m not a developer but have some particular requirements from my software – I’ve long been looking for a tool that helps non-developers create applications that are sufficiently complex to meet their needs. Some [...]

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  • Amazon Delivers Much Needed Enterprise Offerings–Consistency The New Name Of The Game

     

    A massive day of product announcements at Amazon’s re:Invent conference as the vendor’s cloud division finally delivers a host of services and messaging that are laser focused on enterprise customers. (Disclosure – Amazon contributed to my travel and expenses to attend re:Invent). Industry observers have long had a dual perspective [...]

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