Back to School


It felt like back to school this week at the CRM Evolution show in hot and muggy New York. The first week or two of the school year is always like that. Though it still feels like summer vacation, you know you have to get focused, because the first exam will be here before you know it. A dawning realization occurred to me: Business is awakening to the idea that we’ve pushed on the business-as-transaction string long enough, and the route to front office progress will be through process orientation from now on.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/82404.html?rss=1

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Apple Watch designers detail years of research and refinements that went into its development

The Apple Watch underwent many iterations and refinements before its designers felt it would be comfortable to use on the wrist, including over a year of adjustments on the Taptic Engine alone, according to a new profile published on Thursday.



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Brace for the BGPocalypse: Big disruptions loom as internet overgrowth continues

A mess of networking cables and routers
Over the past 24 hours, you may have felt some tremors of high latency and dropped connections as you surfed the internet. Usually these tremors would be nothing to worry about — they’re usually just the standard low-level interference caused by the occasional router reboot or similar — but in this case they’re actually the early rumblings of a much larger networking earthquake that could cause major outages and disruptions across the global internet. You’ve heard of the IPocalypse caused by the exhaustion of IPv4 addresses — now it’s time to learn about the BGPocalypse.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/187954-brace-for-the-bgpocalypse-big-disruptions-loom-as-internet-overgrowth-continues

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