Software Development is a term to encompass the processes of software engineering combined with the research and goals of software marketing to develop computer software products. Synonyms include software life cycle and software process. There are several models for such processes, each describing approaches to a variety of tasks or activities that take place during the process.
How is working with social media data relevant and accessible in the context of application development? How can working with social media data be made valuable as well as both economically and technically feasible? Find out by joining Gigaom Research and our sponsor DataSift for a free analyst webinar on Thursday, December 4th, 2014 at 10 a.m. PT.
Coop Danmark implemented IBM DemandTec Markdown Optimization – delivering insight into the right products to markdown at the best price for the optimal length of time, and helping it maximize the profitability of local price reductions.
When empowered customers use multiple channels to engage and purchase, merchants struggle to make optimal merchandising decisions to maximize sales, profit and shopper loyalty. We’ll show you how IBM can help through our portfolio of Omni-Channel Merchandise Optimization solutions.
IBM's new Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offering, IBM Bluemix, delivers the speed and flexibility of the cloud to allow developers to more quickly compose and build enterprise-grade applications for by providing access to IBM's vast software portfolio as composable services. This powerful PaaS/services combination, built on open standards and taking advantage of Cloud Foundry, enables developers to avoid vendor lock-in while leveraging their existing application development assets and skills, which is essential for building hybrid clouds. IBM is providing developers an open, flexible cloud environment connecting the enterprise and born-on-the-web developers using their choice of tools, whether IBM, third-party, or open technologies, in a scalable environment.This session provides an overview of IBM Bluemix capabilities.
IBM DevOps for Bluemix provides an integrated set of DevOps services in the IBM Bluemix PaaS, for individuals and teams building mobile and cloud applications (‘systems of engagement’) that enable teams to shrink the application delivery cycle time, and consistently deliver software with speed, quality and accuracy. This session provides an overview of IBM DevOps services on Bluemix, focusing on quickly getting started with new projects and collaborative development with agile tracking and planning.
This guide is intended for companies,organizations, and IT professionals who are looking for a network and application monitoring tool that provides a holistic view of application performance, including performance monitoring, from the end-user perspective.
Description: Learn how the Polycom® CX8000 and Polycom® CX5100, the 360-degree panoramic room view camera with HD active speaker tracking for Lync 2013, are designed to extend the familiar desktop Lync collaboration experience into the conference room making meetings more effective and engaging. Topics covered were: How to tell if your company is ready for a Microsoft Lync Room System, what Polycom’s new Microsoft Lync Room System solution adds to a Lync deployment and how Polycom’s CX8000 and CX5100 are different than other Microsoft Lync Room Systems.
Description: Lync expert and blogger Jeff Schertz presented about deploying video for Microsoft Lync and preparing for a Lync Room System. You have questions and Jeff Schertz has the answers when it comes to anything Lync, including video implementation. Jeff led a technical discussion on how to deploy video for Lync and what you need for the Microsoft Lync Room System.
Description: Microsoft Solution Architects discuss the top considerations when adding Microsoft Lync video to your network. You have Microsoft Lync for IM and Presence. Maybe you also use Lync for Enterprise Voice. Video is a logical next step. This webinar will cover how to prepare your network and your organization for Lync video. Topics covered were: What to consider when deploying video, learn about real customer successes and missteps with Lync video deployment and services available to assist with the readiness of your network.
In this Gigaom Research webinar, we will discuss the challenges faced by the newly-mobilized enterprise, examine the landscape of choices and their impacts, and suggest a strategy for choosing the blend of tools, services and methodologies that best meets your needs.
Dynamic work environments are made-up of people on the move and virtual teams across different time zones. This makes it challenging to access an expert or to secure information. You need a communication solution that anchors fast-moving teams and enables communication from any device, anywhere; and communication tools that integrate with applications you use daily that are managed through a single interface to streamline deployment and speed your return on investment (ROI). Polycom and Microsoft® deliver a complete and interoperable end-to-end unified communications (UC) solution for voice, video, conferencing and collaboration and connect people from any device, and from any location.
As powerful as Microsoft Lync is, buyers should understand it is not a complete UC solution, and use of strategic partners is necessary. Voice and video are the most difficult services to provision correctly as workers require a high-quality, real-time experience. Anything short of that can remove many of the ROI benefits the company was hoping to realize. As such, companies deploying Lync should choose the best possible voice and video partner for Lync to simplify deployments and optimize user experience. Read why Polycom is a top strategic partner for Microsoft Lync for mission-critical voice and video services.
Unified communications (UC) has been a market in the making for well over a decade, as companies look to improve corporate collaboration. UC, the concept of streamlining phone, email, chat, video and content collaboration, has become a corporate objective for reducing the cost and complexity of communications and increasing employee productivity. What began 10 years ago as a hardware-driven effort to combine PBX systems, computer servers and video infrastructure, is now evolving to include software-enabled processes and functionality.
Lync Enterprise Voice and Lync video can improve worker productivity and streamline business processes, while lowering the overall total cost of communications. Read insights into the biggest benefits of Lync Enterprise Voice and video.
There are many ways to take advantage of the rich set of collaboration tools provided with Microsoft Lync. IT leaders should consider a cap-and-grow strategy where investment dollars in legacy systems are capped and the financial and IT resources are reallocated to grow Lync.
Once the company has a cap-and-grow Lync strategy, IT leaders should consider retirement of legacy infrastructure and how Lync can be leveraged as a replacement technology. Forward-looking IT leaders will consider Lync a strategic UC platform upon which to build a companywide collaboration strategy, rather than just a replacement for a legacy phone system. Get this report to read best practices for a Lync deployment.
Microsoft Lync is transforming enterprise communications. A 2013 ZK Research study shows that 43 percent of organizations have deployed Lync in at least part of their organization, with another 17 percent of organizations planning to do so in the next 12 months. If you’re in this group of organizations that have deployed Lync, you probably deployed instant messaging (IM) and presence. Now that Lync IM and presence has been running for a while, you’re thinking about taking the next step with Lync Enterprise Voice.
Polycom and Microsoft commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study to examine the potential return on investment (ROI) enterprises may realize by deploying Polycom voice solutions for Microsoft Lync. The purpose of this study is to provide readers with a framework to evaluate the potential financial impact of Polycom voice solutions for Microsoft Lync within their organizations.