In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out about the emerging consumer services using 3D printing and ask if the technology is about to go mainstream. Our latest buyer's guide looks at the importance of sustainable datacentres. And we analyse the risks of increasing contactless card spending limits and whether tech could help. Read the issue now.
E-commerce has gone from fringe to foundation. Now, businesses must tailor their customer serivce approach to the more complex "anytime, anywhere" customer with mobile device in hand. This white paper from Oracle details the "commerce anywhere" approach.
In this week's Computer Weekly, the first of our three-part buyer's guide to next generation e-commerce looks at managing inventory in multi-channel retailers. We highlight the six technology companies that are threats to the dominance of high-street banks. And we examine the top five issues in virtual machine backup. Read the issue now.
In this white paper, discover a new set of best practices for optimizing and monetizing mobile development, focusing on CRM, layout, and usability. Read on for more information and best practices on testing and optimization, segmentation and targeting, case studies of successful mobile migrations, and more.
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Moving your business online provides the convenience and accessibility your customers and partners demand. Learn how to use SSL digital certificates to gain customer trust and potentially increase revenue by adding more online services.
This white paper reveals the results of a survey of over 500 e-commerce and e-business professionals, and provides key insights and best practices for improving customer experiences across all channels.
Read this groundbreaking new study, conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of IBM, to understand how empowered customers are changing the way business is doing business—today and in the future.
In 2000, Discount Tire Company decided to bring management of its e-commerce infrastructure in-house after having outsourced it for several years. Learn how they turned to the rock-solid reliability of Red Hat's Enterprise Linux platform to handle the task of supporting their new e-commerce environment.