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Oracle Reinvents How Generative AI Makes CRM Work Better

Oracle announced three significant artificial intelligence (AI) overtures with a heightened focus on CRM and service this week at Oracle CloudWorld in Las Vegas ...

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More Linux Malware Means More Linux Monitoring

Forget about 2023 becoming "The Year of the Linux Desktop," a popular slogan about growing Linux OS usage. It is already becoming the year of the Linux malware takeover ...

PRODUCT REVIEW

Doogee V30T Smartphone: A Rugged Masterpiece With Carrier Caveats

With today's smartphone market filled with phones and features that are all too look-alike, the Doogee phone offers a refreshing and uniquely powerful alternative without venturing into more expensive fold and flip innovations-in-progress ...

FedNow Banking Cashes Out Faster, With New Fraud Risks

A new banking system that instantly pays out digital transactions could be a big money gain for crooks as online fraud worsens ...

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The Realities of Switching to a Passwordless Computing Future

Improved computer security is on the horizon for both businesses and individual users willing to adopt an alternative to passwords. Yet, despite the growing disdain for the cumbersome process of creating and entering passwords, the transition toward a future without them is gaining traction at a surprisingly slow pace ...

E-Tailers: Act Now on Holiday Planning or Put Profits at Risk

It's that time of year again. With Labor Day in the rearview mirror, retail marketers are shifting gears to prepare for the holiday sales surge. They are fine-tuning their strategies and adapting industry-proven best practices to capitalize on the holiday season ...

Disorganization, Not Cost, Fuels the IT E-Waste Crisis

Growing businesses often rush to upgrade hardware, which results in stockpiling unused computers, routers, and other IT assets. This practice can be a bad business strategy that leads to worsening security and environmental concerns ...

Bridging the SMB-Enterprise Retail Gap With Gen AI

Small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) in the e-commerce space have long struggled to compete with the might of retail giants. Now, generative AI is emerging as a cost-effective solution that could level the playing field ...

New Commercial Operating Models Needed To Advance Life Sciences Tech

Biopharmaceutical companies are looking for go-to-market approaches that go beyond customer expectations. Starting with a revolutionized technology platform allows these organizations to create value beyond a prescription and basic instructions ...

New US Initiatives Aim To Better Defend Against Cyberattacks

In what might belong in the "better late than never" category, the U.S. government and the computing industry are ramping up efforts to deal with seemingly runaway cybersecurity issues ...

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Rhino Linux Unleashes First Rolling Release Ubuntu Stable Edition

The arrival of the first stable version of Rhino 2023.1 last week is a treat well worth the long wait through six beta releases ...

More Fintech Players Cashing in on Open-Source Offerings

The financial industry has historically been conservative when it comes to software development, especially when it comes to picking open-source applications over proprietary code. That caution is softening as more financial companies are now embracing open source ...

The Container Store Enlists Vibes for Smart Mobile BTS Marketing

Retailers of all sizes need to be creative when it comes to keeping students' attention for their back-to-school purchases. The Container Store (TCS) hopes to renew last year's success with mobile engagement to help boost sales to college kids during its College 2023 campaign ...

Modern EdTech Goes Beyond Coding to Career Preparedness

In the dynamic field of technology, it's not just about coding; students pursuing careers in this sector need a diverse array of skills and competencies to stand out and excel ...

Business Software Buyers Want More AI Features, Less ROI Time

Research and software marketplace firm G2 in June released its annual software buyer behavior report, "The Value-Driven Buyer," finding that despite doom and gloom predictions around tech markets and budgets, businesses see a positive outlook among global companies buying software this year ...

Subscription Commerce Merchants Innovate Amid Rising Churn Rates

Merchants today are prioritizing innovative ways to retain and monetize their existing customer base, moving away from traditional customer acquisition methods. This significant shift demonstrates how subscription-based businesses are adapting to the prevailing macroeconomic environment ...

The Art of Timing Social Media Posts for Retail Success

Retail marketers posting their social media messages at random times are likely overlooking key opportunities to convert potential customers into successful checkout cart transactions ...

Social Media Integration: The New CRM Standard

According to contact center software firm Playvox, to provide a true omnichannel experience, brands today recognize the need to assist customers in the platforms where they feel most comfortable. This commitment includes consistent accessibility via email, chat, phone, and social media ...

REVIEW

Winees L1 2K Solar Security Camera Has Good Performance, Flawed App

The Winees L1 2K solar-powered security camera offers a home and office surveillance solution enriched with advanced artificial intelligence features. It's compatible with both the AiDot and Google Home apps ...

REVIEW

Rhino Linux Locks Horns With Gnome, Xfce Desktop Design

Rhino Linux takes an already fine Xfce desktop and blends in elements of the GNOME graphical interface to create a hybrid desktop design well worth experiencing ...

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