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Posted by Michael Reich on 05/22/2014
The loose, broad categorization that Enterprise Resource Planning Systems (ERPs) fall under can make it very difficult to actually define what they are – much less how to select the best one for your company. This is because ERPs, by their very nature, are not a one-size-fits-...
Will Internet fast lanes be the end of net neutrality
Posted by Daniel Brenton on 05/20/2014
We’ve been chronicling the issue of net neutrality for several months, and recognize the significance of, and the interest in, this subject. We welcome today’s guest blogger Daniel Brenton, offering his perspective on the latest developments.  Everyone's experienced it...
Posted by Gary Locke on 05/15/2014
Marketing involves multiple disciplines. There’s the practice of analytics, in which we compare data and crunch statistics. Marketers have to strategize, plan, and execute winning campaigns. We produce informative and, hopefully, engaging material that excites the base and...
Posted by Gary Locke on 05/13/2014
There are categories of industry websites that perpetually stand out for their design and functionality, such as like-minded digital agencies and media sites. They often have great graphics, easy navigability, and outstanding content. Similarly, there are some industries in...
Posted by Michael Reich on 05/08/2014
Sometimes the job of a Project Manager is to walk around all day with a fire extinguisher, although typically, the bulk of the day is spent serving as a communication facilitator. If I were to stereotype, engineers don’t speak “client”, and clients don’t speak “engineer”. As...

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