The NetBeans Team is pleased to announce the release of NetBeans IDE 6.7.1, which supports the latest JavaFX SDK.
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NetBeans IDE 6.7.1 is an update to NetBeans IDE 6.7 and includes the...
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In its basic form, knowledge management is about converting available raw data into understandable information. The information is then placed in a reusable repository for the benefit of any future need based on similar kinds of experiences. Knowledge management contributes towards streamlining the ideas problems, projects and deployment driving towards productivity.
A short while back we wrote The Complete A-Z of Crowdfunding, which received some very positive feedback so we thought hey, why not make it a permanent blog post? Check out our helpful tips below before starting your next crowdfunding campaign
Last year an employee was sued for taking the Twitter followers he’d amassed with him when he left his company. The case focused attention on just how much a Twitter follower was worth. Suffice to say that since then, a good deal of effort has gone into highlighting just how many followers are fakes. So it’s clear that not all followers are of equal value to you.
Every year since 1970, people have taken one day out of the year to celebrate our planet. Earth Day, April 22nd, was instituted as a way to raise awareness about the impact we have on our planet. Many people actively preserve natural resources every day, taking the message of Earth Day with them to work, school, lunch – everywhere they go. But what about the thousands who let today’s lessons fall by the wayside as soon as Earth Day is over?
Last week I shared research that can predict the movements of people within a disaster area by analysing their mobile phone usage in the months prior to the disaster. Such uses for big data are becoming commonplace. Google Flu Trends has largely been a success, albeit with a well publicised mishap during the latest American flu season. Indeed such has been the success that they have taken the approach and applied it to Dengue.
Decentralized organizations tend to utilize many channels of information flow in order to solve complex problems. However, without a way to manage this flow, departments can easily lose sight of the organization's common mission, which leads to information loss.
In the current economic climate businesses are having to work harder just to stay afloat and harder again to drive a profit from their business. Online businesses have the advantage of lower overheads but many are wasting thousands and even millions of pounds every year through missed sales on their websites. Are you throwing money away?
I haven’t talked about how to market software products in a broad spectrum before, have I? I’ve talked some about how to market SaaS, and I’ve talked about how to nurture leads and how to establish product lifecycle, but it’s all been about SaaS specifically.
The need to maintain great relationships at work has never been stronger than today. Organizations are flatter, work is more collaborative and the future will bring even more of the same. The further we get from the industrial age workplace structure of our parents, the more important gaining the cooperation of our peers and even of our subordinates becomes.
The role of social media in civic engagement has been a hot topic ever since the Arab Spring brought the role it can play to the attention of the world. Earlier this year the Pew Research Center produced a report into how social media impacts civic engagement.
A few things happened recently that, together, gave me cause to think about trust, the role it plays in our lives, and (for this post) in business. Studies just published show that our trust levels are at an all-time low. Main Street doesn’t trust Wall Street. Joe Citizen is skeptical (if not paranoid) about what the government is doing, and Jane Employee doesn’t trust her company’s leadership.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past year you’ll have no doubt come across MOOCs. Sites like Coursera, edX and Udacity have made huge waves by providing a platform for some of the finest universities in the world to offer courses online for free.
Enterprise e-mail continues to be an integral communications tool for many business users in Singapore, though some might say innovation in this area has come to a standstill. However, organizations in the country are tweaking their e-mail tools for the better with vendors refreshing their products.