Knowledge Management is an umbrella term for making more efficient use of the human knowledge that exists within an organization. The major focus of knowledge management is to identify and gather content from documents, reports and other sources and to be able to search that content for meaningful relationships.
Increasing Repeat Purchase Rates: A High Impact Strategy Guide for Fashion, Apparel and Specialty Retail Brands
Download this best practice guide on increasing repeat purchase rates to learn:
- The top high-impact strategies that will drive repeat purchase rates and customer lifetime value
- The priority tactics to test and deploy in order to put strategy into action
- The frameworks you need to properly measure and drill-down into your business’s repeat purchase rates
Are you ready for AngularJS 2.0? How will this potentially major overhaul impact you and your business? In this on demand webinar, Pluralsight author Joe Eames will cover what’s different with 2.0, what’s staying the same and how you can begin experimenting with it today.
This guide will break each of these points down so that, in the end, you have the tools you need to make sure your staff doesn’t seek out greener pastures or lose focus. Let’s begin with the bigger picture.
You set aside hours every week for them to train, you tie learning to performance objectives, and you talk about their progress regularly. But then you see the total usage hours and you’re, well, underwhelmed. Maybe your team doesn’t need training afterall? Not so fast.
Fact: Training pays. Invest in your employees and that investment comes right back to you. In one survey, 85 percent of workers indicated that employer-provided training increased their own workplace loyalty. The same survey showed that workers who trained just one hour per week saved 1.8 hours per week—or 83.7 hours per year—through productivity gains.
With each new day comes a new opportunity, and perhaps nowhere is that truer than in the world of tech. When you're preparing a team, it helps to know what changes are coming. There are opportunities for your team to jump ahead of the competition by knowing what training you’ll need and what skills to hire for.
Innovate or die. That’s what we read or hear in some shape or form everyday. The creative have found fancier ways of saying the same thing tied to ROI or other acronyms that we generally associate with gloom over possibilities of good. Like death and taxes, innovation is inevitable, even if it happens kicking and screaming. Of course, it doesn’t have to be this way! This guide will show you how you can positively influence innovation in your teaInnovate or die. That’s what we read or hear in some shape or form everyday. The creative have found fancier ways of saying the same thing tied to ROI or other acronyms that we generally associate with gloom over possibilities of good. Like death and taxes, innovation is inevitable, even if it happens kicking and screaming. Of course, it doesn’t have to be this way! This guide will show you how you can positively influence innovation in your team, department or organization through something you do everyday: learning.m, department or organizatio
Aberdeen recently polled our analysts in the IT infrastructure group to determine the key performance indicators that set Best-in-Class information technology organizations apart from their competition. We collected data from our application performance management, cloud, virtualization, and business continuity practices, and found that Best-in-Class companies are superior when it comes to staff training, documentation, data analysis, and processes top organizations take, develop, and carry out to earn their Best-in-Class status and enable their organizations to succeed.
This white paper explains the value of putting data and insight
to work to accelerate an organization’s journey to becoming a
Cognitive Business, by enhancing their investments in data and
analytics and realizing new opportunities from cognitive systems
that understand, reason and learn.
THE LEADERS’ GUIDE TO INSIGHTS: Why enterprise search is no longer enough
The purpose of this executive brief is to explore the challenges companies face in implementing enterprise search and to offer a new, robust set of technologies to help.
Welcome to “How to put IBM Watson to work for powerful information access and insights,” where we’ll show you how Watson and its Watson Explorer application can get down to business and help your organization be more effective, more productive, and make better-informed decisions.
Modern organizations often have huge stores of data, which can make it difficult for employees to find the information they need when they need it. In response, innovative enterprises are creating unified information applications based on cognitive computing technology in order to put invaluable information at workers' fingertips.
Deliver secure, high-performance unified communications for your organization with Citrix XenApp or XenDesktop and the HDX RealTime Optimization Pack for Skype for Business—the only Microsoft-endorsed solution for delivering Skype for Business in a virtual environment.
As software continues to ‘eat the world’ in today’s app economy, companies need to adapt to changing business models, globalization, and increasing regulatory compliance. Under pressure to support strategic business objectives, IT is rapidly embracing cloud technologies. Cloud adoption has steadily gained acceptance because it promises to help you achieve your business goals faster, more efficiently, and more cost effectively.
Cisco Metapod™ is an excellent solution to some of your organization’s biggest business and technology challenges. This infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) offer delivers a reliable and programmable infrastructure for your application development and operation teams while providing a public cloud experience behind your firewall, on your premises, and with full remote management.
To make the most of the cloud, developers need to have the
right foundations in place. If you’re working with enough freedom
- and without having to worry about things like cost and data
security – then you can concentrate on creating services
and innovations that move your organisation forward.
In the time it took to download and open this eBook, you could have spun up and configured hundreds of virtual machines in a public or private cloud, deployed your application, database, middleware, messaging, load balancers, storage, and other components to those configured servers, linked them all together, and had your app live in production - all with a single click.
This isn't the future we're describing, it's right now, and thousands of development teams around the world are doing it. At a high level, we;re describing automation that cloud and API's enable, and at a low level, we're describing the outcome of adopting a DevOps mentality and the associated tooks. This eBook will look at the basics of DevOps, automation and configuration management to get you started down the right path.
Not long ago Gartner released an oft-quoted statistic: 95% of private clouds fail. According to Tom Bittman, VP Distinguished Analyst at Gartner, of 140 customers polled, 95% reported “something was wrong” with their private cloud.
Identifying a shortcoming and labeling it a “failure” might be a bit of hyperbole, but it still leaves enterprises wondering if there is a place for private cloud in their strategy. This paper will attempt to answer this question, and will focus on the role of OpenStack in particular as a private cloud solution.
The growing strategic value of desktop virtualization is advancing quickly, providing new ways to enable business mobility and increase the flexibility. Learn how falling cost factors in every part of the desktop virtualization architecture making it more affordable than ever.
Every corner of an enterprise needs technology to build new applications for their specific function or customer. IT needs to transform from its traditional function as the sole technology provider to become an adaptive, responsive and nimble organization that can keep up with the pace of the digital era as well as embrace the opportunities provided by a change-driven environment. This transformation can occur only if IT transforms itself into a strategic business enabler rather than a centralized technology function.
Being an enabler means that IT has to decentralize and democratize application development and data access to the different Lines of Business (LoBs) and functional business partners. This way, IT can concentrate on a partnership with the business - i.e. providing a set of strategic and consistent assets and technology.
Today’s successful organization needs to be able to turn on a dime, changing its product or service direction as fast as its customers’ needs require. The successful business of the 21st century crosses all boundaries; can quickly meet and adapt to competition, whether it comes from another part of the world, another industry or a startup; or it can use its core competencies to extend itself in new ways. Welcome to the Composable Enterprise. This kind of company—powered by cloud, open APIs, data analytics, mobile and social, and connected to the Internet of Things—is redefining markets and raising consumer expectations. The composable enterprise casts away the hierarchical and hardwired systems and processes that defined its predecessors, and represents a radical rethinking of how
technology can serve innovation and how innovation can serve customers.