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Tech changes at the speed of light – literally. You need to keep your finger on the pulse of how technology is changing the lives of your customers and your team members. Great tech can help you meet customers where they are in the sales cycle and empower your organization to outmaneuver the competition. Don’t be intimidated by tech. These articles will help you wrap your head around trending business technology, once read at a time.

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Securing your website by handling errors

When a website is being attacked by a hacker, one attack approach is to cause the website to fail in some manner. The thinking behind this approach is to use the error message to gain 'inside' information about the website. With this information, the attacker is planning to better organise their attacks on the website.
April 20, 2010 13 Reads share

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Embrace your Doubters

You all know the saying “keep your friends close but keep your enemies closer”. This post is framed around that saying, all be it “Enemies” is probably a bit too strong a word.
April 18, 2010 15 Reads share

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What can you see in a Social Media Bubble?

Perhaps if we were to start thinking of the internet as a very powerful mirror, one which shines back upon us our good and our bad. Then perhaps, we may begin to realise that when blame it, we are merely pointing the finger at ourselves.
March 31, 2010 12 Reads share

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Social Media: It’s about People not Tools

What has been our biggest learning in our attempts to drive adoption of Social Media inside the corporation? Without a doubt, it has been the realisation that Social Media is about People, not about tools. To help us we have adopted the POST methodology which we found in the excellent book, Groundswell.
March 23, 2010 19 Reads share

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Testing the usability of your website

A well organised usability test not only provides feedback from a user's perspective on the site's ease of use, but it also points to where improvements can be made. This blog contains details on how best to organise a usability test.
January 5, 2010 12 Reads share