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An expert outlines recent innovations in ERP technology and their practical applications for manufacturers.
In the past, the cost of RFID tags has limited where RFID could be used. Today, lower prices and more advanced capabilities are starting to enable wider, more effective use.
When it came time for international expansion, Shaw Industries turned to a cloud-based ERP system. The company couldn't be happier.
Oracle beat its quarterly financial targets for the first time in four quarters, thanks largely to a rise in cloud revenue. It's a sign that the company's investments in cloud technologies may be starting to pay off.
At Oracle CloudWorld in Boston, Oracle exec Shawn Price and consultant R "Ray" Wang discussed cloud computing trends that the vendor is looking to capitalize on as user adoption grows.
Consultants Paul Vallee and Keith Millar talk about what they saw as the highlights of Oracle OpenWorld 2014: Oracle's big data and cloud services offerings.
An update to Oracle's GoldenGate replicator is on tap. And, Xplenty and Segment connect on Hadoop processing in the cloud.
Expert contributor Craig S. Mullins describes the types of database management system products on the market and outlines their strengths and weaknesses.
Watson Analytics and a Watson school competition look to bring IBM cognitive computing initiatives to the commercial sphere.
AWS has agreed to acquire an Israeli semiconductor startup, which could mean it’s looking to design its own hardware down to the chip level.
What does the wind have to do with saving on AWS cloud costs? It turns out there could be a link.
Many public cloud providers offer tools to test security, but they can't do it all. Penetration testing can help detect cloud app security gaps.
In this news recap, executives assess analytic success and marketers realign their technology spending priorities.
Although the main trends in big data for 2015 may not be a huge departure from the previous year, businesses should still understand what's coming their way.
To get maximum business value from big data analytics efforts, users should look to incorporate a mix of structured and unstructured information -- think of it as wide, not merely big, data.
If your CRM system isn't designed for ease of data entry, it can undermine data analysis and decision making. Here's how to promote cleaner data.
Companies still struggle to provide good multichannel customer service. But there are technologies and strategies to help that common painpoint.
While companies are hot to trot on mobile CRM, they can lose sight of the purpose of mobile tasks: to bring efficiency and productivity.
Going paperless in the office often seems like unachievable goal. An expert outlines some steps to get there.
While companies want to eradicate paper from their offices and their processes, most are far from the nirvana of the paperless office. But is no paper the goal?
As more employees eschew corporate policy by using file-sharing apps to get work done, ECM vendors are forced to play catch up. Could hybrid ECM be an alternative to these user-friendly apps?
Amid security fears, many CFOs remain cautious about replacing their on-premises financial systems even in the face of major issues they have with existing systems.
In this second article of a seven-part series on purchasing human resources software, two experts offer questions you should ask as you navigate the sales process.
Analysts see major breakthroughs in analytics, in-memory, big data and mobile technology.