CFB Strategies Cofounders Anderson and Vaillancourt: Catching Up With CRM


CRM innovations in recent years have had a significant impact on campaigns and nonprofit organizations, according to CFB Strategies President Trace Anderson. “Traditionally in the campaign world, it was an old-school mentality of just collecting checks,” he said. “Even when I started working in politics, from 2006 to 2008, everything was done by hand. Now, with everything being done online, there are numerous channels of fundraising, and the cloud enables us to combine all of that information and segment it properly.”

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Microsoft Guns for Cloud Devs at Build 2016


Microsoft last week at its Build 2016 conference announced innovations in mobile app development, the Internet of Things, microservices and intelligence designed to help developers create apps for the cloud. One is Azure App Service, which offers back-end capabilities for Web, native Windows, iOS and Android platforms. Microsoft also announced five Azure IoT starter kits, starting at $50. In the area of microservices, it announced the general availability of Azure Service Fabric and previews for Service Fabric for Windows Server and Linux.

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Here's Johny Srouji: Apple's newest executive pioneered company's custom A-series chips

Article Image After playing integral roles in two of Apple’s most important product innovations –?its custom A-series processors and the Touch ID fingerprint sensor –?Johny Srouji has been rewarded with a new title that sees him reporting directly to CEO Tim Cook.

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Chinese researchers announce 'world's first' facial recognition ATM

Some Chinese inventors have been developing high-tech innovations for everyday objects — everything from umbrellas to a robot that delivers food to restaurant patrons – and now ATMs can be added to the list. Researchers from Tsinghua University and Tzekwan technology, a financial security protection firm, have announced the first ATM that works with facial recognition capabilities, reports the South China Morning Post.

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First Look: SETA stand for iPad with NanoSuction pads

After finding Kickstarter success with an iPhone stand last year, 1.0 Innovations is looking to fund two super-sized models with more NanoSuction stick for iPads and phablets.



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Future MacBook keyboards may come loaded with in-key displays, capacitive touch sensors

While Apple’s most recent innovations have come from portables like the iPad Air and iPhone 5s, a document uncovered on Thursday reveals a feature-laden keyboard with multi-function “keystacks” that integrate miniature displays, touch sensors and haptic feedback mechanisms.



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