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Published By: Adobe     Published Date: Jun 29, 2012
Customers and employees are becoming increasingly empowered by social technologies. This change is dramatically changing the way they communicate and collaborate. Find out how to succeed in this new social world by making fundamental changes to resources, skills, tools, processes, and culture.
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marketing, forrester, social media, digital marketing, emerging marketing, social maturity
    
Adobe
Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Jan 05, 2015
Midmarket enterprises strive for success in a highly competitive landscape. Being a successful leader means encouraging employees to collaborate and work more efficiently to increase the success of the enterprise. Technology solutions can empower employees for success at work, home, and when mobile, but technology must also be able to support changes that occur in a business without increasing the risks associated with providing excellent customer service, fostering innovation, and engaging with an enterprise’s stakeholders.
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cloud-based, collaboration, hosted, flexibility, productivity, deployment, public, private, communication, technology solutions, it management, cloud computing
    
Cisco
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Oct 10, 2014
This IBM ebook explains what systems engineering is and how it can help you simplify the development of smart, connected products.  Learn how to speed time-to-market, ensure business agility, deliver high-quality smart products, and cut costs.
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ibm, systems engineering, business agility, smart products, cut costs, agility, revolutionizing requirements, system modelling, collaborate changes, modelling changes, engineering, software development
    
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Oct 10, 2014
This paper discusses the practices that companies should explore to move beyond traditional PLM and ALM to realize the broader capabilities of systems engineering for reducing time to market, meeting regulatory compliance mandates and improving product quality.
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ibm, systems engineering, business agility, smart products, cut costs, agility, revolutionizing requirements, system modelling, collaborate changes, modelling changes, engineering, software development
    
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