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Seven Deadly Customer-Survey Sins


Presented here, in abridged form is the list of things to avoid if you want to generate positive and useful results without ruining your relationship with your customer or worse yet, generating a wealth of data with no practical use or way of...
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Carrefour and Teradata and More...


Ah, here's a dateline from First Coffee's old stomping grounds, Istanbul, with the news that Teradata Corporation has announced that European retailing behemoth Carrefour is expanding its Teradata Active Enterprise Data Warehouse environment to...
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Keyword Research-Blogging for Longtail Keywords


Blogs are excellent tools for capturing strong longtail keywords. The incidental nature of blog posts and the broad topics covered draw longtail searches like flies to honey. This phenomenon, popping attractive keywords into my blog analytics, got...
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Thought Experiments in Understanding Fusion and Cl


I have been struggling with what Fusion is now with all the announcements coming out of OpenWorld - and so are the likes of Gartner. Then I saw Larry Ellison's not so optimistic view on Cloud Computing and the profitability of the...
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APIs in the Arab Web


Technology blogger Mohamed Marwen Meddah wrote an interesting post on his StartUpArabia site: “The Importance of Having An API for Arab Startups”. Mohamed notes that, thus far, relatively few Arab online startups have opened up their platforms...
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Tthe UI is the application


With his postings, Bob Krygowski highlighted many important aspects of Software as a Service, as in his The Other “S” in SaaS - Service Complementing Bob’s blogs, with this posting I will start discussing about the first “S” in SasS – Software....
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