The NetBeans Team is pleased to announce the release of NetBeans IDE 6.7.1, which supports the latest JavaFX SDK.
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NetBeans IDE 6.7.1 is an update to NetBeans IDE 6.7 and includes the...
Let me welcome all of you to the new DZone community for one of the most important and fastest growing groups in the worldwide IT scene: Indian developers and IT professionals. No matter where you look, if something interesting is happening on the IT and...
I haven’t talked about how to market software products in a broad spectrum before, have I? I’ve talked some about how to market SaaS, and I’ve talked about how to nurture leads and how to establish product lifecycle, but it’s all been about SaaS specifically.
The need to maintain great relationships at work has never been stronger than today. Organizations are flatter, work is more collaborative and the future will bring even more of the same. The further we get from the industrial age workplace structure of our parents, the more important gaining the cooperation of our peers and even of our subordinates becomes.
The role of social media in civic engagement has been a hot topic ever since the Arab Spring brought the role it can play to the attention of the world. Earlier this year the Pew Research Center produced a report into how social media impacts civic engagement.
A few things happened recently that, together, gave me cause to think about trust, the role it plays in our lives, and (for this post) in business. Studies just published show that our trust levels are at an all-time low. Main Street doesn’t trust Wall Street. Joe Citizen is skeptical (if not paranoid) about what the government is doing, and Jane Employee doesn’t trust her company’s leadership.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past year you’ll have no doubt come across MOOCs. Sites like Coursera, edX and Udacity have made huge waves by providing a platform for some of the finest universities in the world to offer courses online for free.
Enterprise e-mail continues to be an integral communications tool for many business users in Singapore, though some might say innovation in this area has come to a standstill. However, organizations in the country are tweaking their e-mail tools for the better with vendors refreshing their products.
As a dating brand eHarmony are one of the best. Whilst others seem to take the shotgun approach to matching you up with a dream partner, eHarmony have been using their semantic algorithms to provide smarter matches for over a decade now.
Organisations around the world are striving to become more innovative, whether that’s in producing new products, improving processes, or simply doing things better, innovation is seen as critical to survival in difficult times.
Jive launch a new referral program for SharePoint partners.
Imagine that the government decided an intake of 2.500 calories per day should be the maximum for each person, regardless of age, gender, health, metabolism, dietary habits, etc. And imagine that the government also measured and enforced this every day, claiming it is “for your own health”, and handing out daily fines for each person who went over target. How would you feel about this practice?
As we adopt technological tools to manage information, subscriptions, contacts, entertainment and relationships, we find ourselves enabled and empowered to interact more, maintain more contacts, and do so in less time, with less effort. We become more and more efficient at finding consuming more media faster with less time necessary for searching.
The role of social media during disasters seems to be growing ever larger. The obvious recent example is during the Boston bombings, where social media was used throughout the event.
An infographic explores two very different styles of collaboration