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Quick and Dirty (and Cheap) Browser Testing


Adaptive Path is a pretty homogeneous company, technologically speaking. We’re a 100% Mac shop. Some of us fire up Parallels to create a Visio document or to play with Expressions, but this is a rarity. As a developer this limits my ability put a...
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Send Large Files without Email Attachments


Dilbert Files is a new file transfer service from Scott Adams that lets you send large files on the Internet without having to attach them in an email message. Once you build a brand on the Internet, you try different ways to build upon that brand....
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Chav-gate


In a recent post on CRM and social networking, I suggested that the growth of forums, blogs, wiki’s etc. will mean companies have to pay greater attention to the customer experience, because never before have customers had as much scope to broadcast...
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For Internet Companies, Profits Are Inversely Prop


Internet companies are slowly beginning to realize that more eyeballs don't necessarily translate into more advertising dollars and what really matters is the location of these...
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HP Rolling the Dice on Data Warehousing


Shortly after taking the helm of Hewlett-Packard in early 2005, Mark Hurd realized that, despite being one of the world's leading technology suppliers, HP had an embarrassing and crippling technology problem. There was no easy way for executives to...
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More on Cloud Computing from Dion Hinchcliffe


Dion Hinchcliffe recently provide a comprehensive overview of the status of cloud computing for the enterprise in his post, Enterprise cloud computing gathers steam. It is a good article for spinning your knowledge up on what this trend means...
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