Scott Koegler 9/16/2013 7 comments
Instead of intranets, traveling employees stay in touch via mobile apps.
Scott Koegler 8/2/2013 28 comments
Roadblocks prevent many organizations from reaping sales directly from their investments in social media.
Scott Koegler 8/16/2012 2 comments
Kaiser Permanente used standard retail EDI transactions to transform its medical equipment supply chain.
Scott Koegler 8/1/2012 14 comments
The Internet's effect on brand loyalty is forcing brick-and-mortar retailers into ever fiercer competition with online counterparts.
Scott Koegler 7/23/2012 21 comments
Some online retailers are peddling the same products on different Websites to attract customers to their brands.
Scott Koegler 6/5/2012 14 comments
Images are becoming key to the interfaces of social networks. This does not mean Pinterest will displace Facebook.
Scott Koegler 5/22/2012 12 comments
Dwolla challenges PayPal in cost and transaction time. But banks and credit companies must deploy its API for merchants to benefit fully.
Scott Koegler 4/30/2012 8 comments
For large-file app users, such as creative workers, new clouds feature a high level of integration between applications and storage platforms, removing location dependence and speeding workflow.
Scott Koegler 3/8/2012 15 comments
Offering a tiny online payment could encourage email prospects to open your message.
Scott Koegler 12/26/2011 15 comments
SMTP providers are experiencing high demand, but they must avoid allowing spam generators to use their services without restriction.
Scott Koegler 10/6/2011 11 comments
There are many advantages to cloud-based enterprise resource planning applications, including streamlined document formatting.
Scott Koegler 9/27/2011 24 comments
Soon, engineers in some fields may be dragging 3D images found online to a 3D printer icon, creating instant prototypes.
Scott Koegler 9/13/2011 23 comments
It's not yet quite cooked, but Adobe's cloud-based photo editing service points to intriguing multiuser capabilities.
Scott Koegler 8/31/2011 18 comments
New tools are making it easy to bring niche or custom publishing to the Internet.
Scott Koegler 8/19/2011 8 comments
Diabetic footware retailer Medipeds revamped its Website design without having to swap out the underlying e-commerce software.
Scott Koegler 8/1/2011 17 comments
Google+ already does a better job at what Facebook and Twitter do, and the service is less than a month old.
Scott Koegler 7/19/2011 21 comments
Samsung isn't unique in its approach to competing against Apple. But its CEO's honest admission about the process is different.
Scott Koegler 7/12/2011 8 comments
Moving from one to two distinct Websites helped Patrick Properties puts its best feet forward on the Web.
Scott Koegler 7/4/2011 8 comments
The Watershed Agricultural Council revamped its Website with to meet goals in line with the group's changes as well as users' new access capabilities.
Scott Koegler 6/20/2011 10 comments
A recent conference proves that the Global Data Synchronization Network (GDSN) is in place and in use.
Scott Koegler 5/31/2011 25 comments
Corporate coaching firm ActionCoach met some of its goals when it redesigned its Website, but it may also be getting in its own way in other respects.
Scott Koegler 5/3/2011 27 comments
In recent data breaches, Apple and Sony acted negligently, arrogantly, or worse. It's time for users to start demanding better.
Scott Koegler 4/14/2011 3 comments
The law firm tech consultancy has revamped its site to provide better customer interaction
Scott Koegler 4/7/2011 11 comments
emagine group's new Website allows the company to be fast and flexible in reaching its audience
Scott Koegler 3/31/2011 15 comments
Forget the 'Tuesday Blast' – you may find your email marketing does better over the weekend
Scott Koegler 3/24/2011 10 comments
A Website built for flexible content delivery has put the "soul" into CommPartners's online presence
Scott Koegler 3/15/2011 5 comments
A flurry of interesting uses for Microsoft's Kinect device herald a potentially new kind of computing interface
Scott Koegler 3/10/2011 5 comments
New platforms are making it easier for print publications to get set up and published online with editorial curation intact
Scott Koegler 3/3/2011 18 comments
There are signs that full immersion interfaces without extra headgear or optics are stepping toward the real world
Scott Koegler 2/25/2011 37 comments
Switching from Dreamweaver to WordPress made redesigning and updating a homepage easier for this community, despite a tradeoff in flexibility
Scott Koegler 2/9/2011 7 comments
An open-source content management system helped SPS Commerce update its Website and make customer and prospect resources more easily accessible
Scott Koegler 11/22/2010 7 comments
It's time to acknowledge that adopting a SaaS application doesn't mean you’re any more -- or any less -- safe from security threats
Scott Koegler 11/12/2010 23 comments
Many companies that claim to have succeeded in sales via social networking in fact have better luck with old-fashioned email newsletters
Scott Koegler 11/8/2010 12 comments
Corporate espionage was once done by phone only. These days, online links are advancing the cause of phishing – and fishing for information
Scott Koegler 11/4/2010 7 comments
Two cloud services provide a way to avoid buying more hardware for video rendering. This must be the wave of the future
Scott Koegler 11/2/2010 24 comments
Although 'CAPTCHA' images protect users from spam by requiring human intervention, spammers are turning to humans to circumvent them
Scott Koegler 10/28/2010 29 comments
A new kind of marketing spam bypasses filters and looks like a message from the recipient's own Website
Scott Koegler 10/21/2010 17 comments
The drugstore chain says a system glitch resulted in its failure to comply with government regulations of PSE, a controlled substance
Scott Koegler 10/15/2010 14 comments
Using an open-source platform and some programming ingenuity, David Gewirtz of ZATZ has created his own automated digital clipping service
Scott Koegler 10/6/2010 13 comments
Vodka bottles with integral LCD displays? Check. Credit cards with tiny displays? Yep. And there's more on the way
Scott Koegler 10/4/2010 14 comments
Google's new WebP image format signals a boost to Web connections, particularly advantageous considering the rise of mobile access
Scott Koegler 9/29/2010 34 comments
The use of RFID sensors to track retail clothing might not result in a substantial improvement in the consumer experience
Scott Koegler 9/20/2010 11 comments
The ability to consolidate and then cross-link data from coupons and loyalty cards could offer a way to measure social network ROI
Scott Koegler 9/16/2010 18 comments
To track information on purchases and offers made to shoppers on social media, an aggregation site for 'loyalty card' data is required
Scott Koegler 9/13/2010 24 comments
It isn't possible right now to link social media with specific resource allocation
Scott Koegler 8/3/2010 50 comments
Apple and Facebook, having treated customers poorly despite their superior products, could soon face a showdown with Google
Scott Koegler 7/26/2010 11 comments
A couple of applications showed this author that there may be hope that graphic editing can move from desktop to cloud sooner rather than later
Scott Koegler 7/12/2010 7 comments
New kinds of services are emerging to help companies find that rare part in a timely and cost-effective way
Scott Koegler 7/7/2010 6 comments
Publishers, along with search engine companies, constantly recreate editorial calendars without the need to advise advertisers
Scott Koegler 6/30/2010 22 comments
Recent services from Adobe and Google demonstrate the power of online upgrades for apps that formerly took hefty bandwidth and CPU cycles
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