The Internet Enterprise: Ushering new technology standards to adapt to changing customer behavior in the connected world
We’re living in a world where customer engagement extends to so much more than welcoming back a returning customer. Today, a consumer can make purchases, perform financial transactions, and interact with their social network, all independent of location as well as with the convenience of one or more mobile devices.
The growing reliance on data to influence critical business decisions has enabled several organizations to rethink what they can achieve with the Internet of Things (IoT).
The term “NoSQL” is sometimes misunderstood by technology professionals. In general, NoSQL refers to progressive data management engines that go beyond legacy relational databases in satisfying the needs of today’s modern business applications.
Four years ago my wife and I, like many new parents, and especially those in San Francisco it seems, were fretting about where to send our twin daughters to school.
Social media, mobile apps, email messages. These are all making it possible for customers to stay in contact with the companies they like most.
Don’t Let Your Shoppers Drop – Implementing Online Applications for today’s always-on, connected world
A woman clicks around her computer screen, ATM card at the ready. Is she shopping for clothing? vegetables? a mortgage? A Padlocked Storefront If she is about to buy products or services that your company offers, you need to understand that this computer screen may be the only way that she will experience you.
With all the marketing hype surrounding Big Data and how it is ‘the most important IT trend this millennium’, what is lost in the noise is the significant impact Big Data technologies can have on real companies especially around customer interaction.
In the Cassandra community over the last year, we have seen rapid adoption of Apache Spark. In many ways, we have Evan Chan (@evanfchan), previously of Ooyala, to thank for this.