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EXECUTIVE GUIDE TO SELECTING A CLOUD-NATIVE DEVELOPMENT PLATFORM

Published By: Red Hat     Published Date: Jun 26, 2019
When any organization starts planning for cloud-native applications, it is important to consider the entire time span: from selecting a development platform until an application is truly production-grade and ready for delivery in the cloud. It can be a long journey, with many decisions along the way that can help or hinder progress. For example, at the beginning of a move to cloud-native development, it is easy for inefficiencies to occur if developers begin selecting tools and frameworks before they know where the application will be deployed. While enterprise developers want choice of runtimes, frameworks, and languages, organizations need standards that address the entire application life cycle in order to reduce operational costs, decrease risks, and meet compliance requirements. Organizations also want to avoid lock-in, whether it is to a single provider of cloud infrastructure or the latest architectural style. In addition, given the steep learning curve in cloud development, con
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Key Strategies for IT Success

Published By: Epicor     Published Date: Aug 03, 2012
Distribution executives can no longer afford to view their IT department as merely a cost center. In today's competitive landscape, information technology represents a strategic, cost-saving, revenue-generating differentiator.
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saas, software as a service, service-oriented architecture, soa, web 2.0, virtualization, report cards, balanced scorecards
    
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5 Reasons Leaders Invest in Language Training

Published By: Rosetta Stone     Published Date: Apr 03, 2018
For many companies, language barriers increase as business globalization becomes the norm rather than the exception. Perhaps a call center agent cannot handle customer contact in an unfamiliar language. Or a manager travels to a face-toface meeting only to sit across a conference table from clients wanting to speak in their own native language. Even within your organization, teams across global geographies must collaborate to achieve collective goals, but language barriers often stand in their way. Meanwhile, HR leaders are tasked with recruiting and retaining top talent and L&D managers must align programs with business goals. Each of these scenarios and areas of responsibility have something in common: A clear need for company-sponsored training to develop employees’ language proficiency so they can engage successfully with colleagues and customers anywhere. Thousands of learners were surveyed about the impact of language training with Rosetta Stone® business solutions.1 Results show
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Survey Monkey Survey Says: It’s Time to Go Global

Published By: Smartling     Published Date: Aug 01, 2014
One third of SurveyMonkey’s customers live in a country in which English is not the primary language. Using Smartling’s translation software platform, SurveyMonkey automated its translation process in order to offer its Web application to users in their native language. In this case study, you’ll learn about Smartling’s platform enabled SurveyMonkey to launch 10 new languages in less than 6 months and see an immediate return on its investment.
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smartling, survey monkey, case study, global, translation, software, software development, business technology
    
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Vimeo Creates Native-Language Experiences for its Customers Around the World

Published By: Smartling     Published Date: Aug 01, 2014
Using Smartling’s translation software platform, Vimeo, a popular video-sharing platform, has streamlined its entire translation process, growing its international business without straining its internal resources. In this case study, you’ll learn about how Vimeo was able to expand into 3 new languages, Spanish, German, and French, in just a few months.
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smartling, vimeo, case study, native-language, software, translation, software development, business technology
    
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3D Robot Programming Reduces Costs and Streamlines Production

Published By: Dassault Systèmes     Published Date: Jun 19, 2018
Robot programmers frequently find it challenging to deliver material handling, arc welding, spot welding, or drill and riveting programs that work with certainty on the first run. Because robot programming is not part of the design phase, they are forced to implement fixes and workarounds on the shop floor. Costs escalate as production cycles expand and changes are made without knowledge of the shop floor impacts. DELMIA Robotics on the Dassault Systèmes 3DEXPERIENCE platform delivers high quality, collision-free programs in the native robot language with no need for intervention on the shop floor. In the virtual world, programmers and designers work in concert to create the most productive tooling operations and robot cycle times. Programming can move ahead independently without interrupting production, and robot programs perform predictably the first time. Costs of programming and production are significantly reduced, and products move to market more quickly. Learn how offline robot
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