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Having the power of choice is critical, especially in times of uncertainty - and these are certainly uncertain times we are living and working in.
True or false? Automation is expensive, time-consuming and complicated. False! New technology makes it increasingly fast, economical and flexible.*
There are plenty of good ideas out there for using the Internet of Things but, without integration, many will fail.
The paint job on your car is beautiful; it turns heads and reflects your personality.
There’s no denying the relevance of user groups – but they take on a whole new meaning during times like this.
Despite dramatic growth in grocery deliveries due to the pandemic, grocers are not necessarily making higher profits.
Microservices are a revolutionary technology that deserve a discussion at your next board meeting.
Who loves a free software trial? You programmers, integration specialists and business “citizen developers,” that’s who.
A couple years ago at Software AG we started holding “tech interrupts,” time set aside for product engineers to immerse themselves in creative thinking.
At some point when implementing new B2B Integration software you will wrestle with the yin and yang between your new software and your organization’s own, closely held B2B best practices.
How can you ensure that your next Internet of Things project does not go down the drain?
The water industry stands to reap nearly limitless benefits from the Internet of Things (IoT).
In urgent situations, having real-time data is critical in order to respond to and assist citizens quickly.
It’s morning and you are out of coffee. In fact, you don’t have anything to make for dinner tonight.
During these uncertain times, technology has played a pivotal role in supporting our ability to keep safe while remaining connected to one another.
Customer experience truly is king, and brands that create seamless, personalized customer flows will have the keys to the castle.
When it comes to B2B Integration technology and partner management, you have to be careful what you choose to label as old, new, or out of date.
Do you remember the old cable TV channel guide? The one using a scroll-down, near monochrome, tabular listing of current available series, sporting events and new-release movies?
There is no silver bullet for handling microservices complexity, but there is a way to gain control over them – it’s called AppMesh.
As the saying goes, there is no need to reinvent the wheel!