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Right Size Your CRM To Your Needs

CRM solutions have been on the market for a long time. The first products were introduced over two decades ago, and many features are commoditised. New vendors are continually pushing the envelope on CRM capabilities and exploring the “white space” of capabilities that are not necessarily core to CRM.
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When it comes to mobile, IT is out of touch

Like it or not, mobile is the new gamemaker in business -- if you haven't adopted a mobile strategy that enables productivity on the go, rest assured that your competitors have. And even if you have, there's an arms race to build better, more user-friendly applications, faster.
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Samsung attacks Chinese rivals with new mid-range Galaxy phones

With Chinese vendors coming out with high-spec phones at affordable prices, Samsung is hitting back with two handsets sporting "metal unibody" designs that'll be targeting consumers in China with mid-range prices.
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Coca-Cola bottler migrates users from IBM Notes to Office 365 in single weekend

Coca-Cola Bottling Company United (CCBCU) has used Dell’s Notes migration services to move 1,100 user mailboxes and 2 terabytes of data from IBM Notes to Microsoft Office 365.
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FCC's Wheeler said to mull hybrid approach to net neutrality

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission appears set to reclassify broadband so that it comes under the agency's authority, but without explicitly prohibiting special access deals between broadband and content companies, according to a news report.
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The Google shakeup continues: Andy Rubin is out

The corporate shakeup at Google continues and now it's Andy Rubin, the former head of the company's Android business and the current head of its robotics arm, who's out.
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Google project aims to preserve privacy when collecting software stats

Google is applying a surveying technique from the 1960s to a project that aims to collect data about users' computers without potentially compromising their privacy.
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Major banks ready their own mobile payment apps

Several major national and international banks are planning to launch their own mobile payments apps next year.
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Android creator Andy Rubin leaving Google

Andy Rubin, the engineer who developed Google's Android OS and was lately in charge of its robotics efforts, is leaving the company, Google confirmed Thursday.
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Big data professionals rake in almost a quarter more than IT

Demand for IT professionals has dropped and wages have been superseded by a flurry of coveted big data roles, a study by Tech Partnership has found.
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Zuckerberg to connect with regular folk in first 'community Q&A'

If you've always wondered if Mark Zuckerberg has a favorite hoodie, or a favorite programming language, now's your chance to find out.
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RCA gives unexpected boost to tablet market in Q3

RCA unexpectedly jolted an otherwise slowing tablet market in the third quarter as Apple's iPad shipments continued to decline.
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IBM drills into the energy industry for cognitive computing advances

Finding new sources of oil underground is an expensive and risky undertaking. Now IBM is working with energy company Repsol to look for ways in which new cognitive computing techniques could help reduce the uncertainty and improve production.
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Vulnerabilities found in more command-line tools, wget and tnftp get patches

The critical Shellshock vulnerabilities found last month in the Bash Unix shell have motivated security researchers to search for similar flaws in old, but widely used, command-line utilities.
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