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...
Let me welcome all of you to the new DZone community for one of the most important and fastest growing groups in the worldwide IT scene: Indian developers and IT professionals. No matter where you look, if something interesting is happening on the IT and...
Regular readers of the blog will know that mobile healthcare is a topic that is cropping up with increasing regularity. Today I’ll be dedicated the blog to mobile healthcare, with three fascinating stories from the field that highlight some of the potential, and of course some of the progress already being made.
Do you remember when the Internet was just taking off? If you could find what you were looking for you would bookmark the site, print it out, AND download a local copy just to make sure you would have it again.
Twitter is undoubtedly great for many things, and its rapid growth underlines the utility many people find in the site. There is nevertheless the impress that it is largely used for the fluffier things in life, and is certainly not a useful tool for learning anything of substance. Or is it?
We’re pleased to announce the release of our newest version of HighQ Collaborate.
Sharing knowledge and collaborating are fundamental aspects of social business. Key to the success of any of these kind of projects is overcoming the belief that we benefit from hoarding knowledge.
Some (quite a long) time ago, Marisa Peacock wrote an article on CMS Wire about the Garner PPC session “The Social Workplace: Rethinking Communication and Collaboration in the Age of Social Networks” by Nikos Drako.
Most regular web users will be all too familiar with the concept of phishing, whereby an authentic looking communication is sent in the hope that it will encourage the recipient to reveal enough information to allow the criminal to steal from them.
In a recent post, I talked about the customer marketing lifecycle and the marketer’s most important job—getting customers to the Maintain Phase as quickly as possible and keeping them there as long as possible.
written a few pieces recently about the way information is treated in a
typical interaction between a doctor and their patient. For instance,
it’s commonplace for the doctor to have no idea what information the
patient has consumed prior to...
I simply needed a new alarm clock. I had gone years with my old
model, regardless of its broken buttons and obnoxious alarm tone. It was
what woke me up faithfully for over a decade, and who knew what might
happen without it — late starts, rushed...
One might think that confidence is broadly speaking a positive thing in the workplace, as it provides one with the necessary belief to do unusual or innovative things without doubting your abilities or the potential outcome. Taken too far however and it’s easy to see the pitfalls.
If you are the average knowledge worker, you spend 25-30 percent of your workday on email related tasks (McKinsey).
There has been a heap of anecdotal evidence highlighting the rise of open innovation throughout the economy, but a recent report published by Accenture provides some quantitative data to back up the trend.
Why do your customers _______ (buy, rent, subscribe, bank, fly, etc.) with you? This is a complicated question because there are many “paths” to the answer, not unlike the directions Google gives from Point A to Point B in a modern city.
What began with movements such as the participatory budgeting/democracy concept has flowered in the crowdsourced era we now live in, which gives organizations much greater opportunity to tap into the wisdom and insights of their followers.
When we discuss roles and responsibilities with customers and talk about the Intranet Manager role, it can often create concern in companies that don’t have someone dedicated in that role.
rise in mobile healthcare applications and devices has been one of the
more virulent in the past year or so. The Tricorder prize has set out
to create a mobile healthcare device that can monitor and record several
vital health metrics in one go,...
The problem with many organisations is their difficulty seeing the benefits of publishing standards and why they are needed. I will remove the barriers by showing the benefits from each publishing standard in my next few posts starting with content ownership.