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  • January 10, 2017 10 Jan'17

    GE enlists Couchbase to enable offline mobile apps across industries

    General Electric's implementation of Couchbase is a winner in the Modern Mobility Innovation Awards. The project involved building an offline capability and more for GE's Predix platform.

  • January 10, 2017 10 Jan'17

    Announcing the winners of the Modern Mobility Innovation Awards

    Modern Mobility sure is going out with a bang. Our January issue, the magazine’s last in its current form, highlights enterprise mobility projects that delivered game-changing benefits to four ...

  • January 10, 2017 10 Jan'17

    Modern Mobility Innovation Awards: Four mobile projects triumph

    The Modern Mobility Innovation Awards recognize four creative and successful enterprise mobile projects. These initiatives took advantage of everything from managed services to advanced app development techniques to mobile backend as a service. Several winning projects solved the challenges of providing mobile support for legacy infrastructure systems. All of them enabled their organizations' end users and customers to do their jobs more efficiently and effectively. The results were four strong enterprise mobility implementations that together represent this year's Modern Mobility Innovation Awards winners. Read the stories of each of these mobile projects in this special issue of the e-zine.

  • June 29, 2016 29 Jun'16

    Accelerate edge device development with Couchbase Mobile

    TheServerSide talks to Couchbase's Arun Gupta about full-stack NoSQL applications, like Couchbase Mobile and Couchbase Server.

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  • Data ingestion capabilities augur greater role for NoSQL in IoT

    Verizon's ThingSpace IoT platform uses a Couchbase NoSQL system to help provide reliable data ingestion and flexible development. That is key as IoT devices proliferate. Continue Reading

  • Ignore customer data quality at your peril

    Customer data management is not high on many organizations' lists of priorities -- until it has to be. Customers get the same ads over and over again. They say a company they've done business with for years doesn't know them. Or thinks they're someone else. Then they get mad. Then they leave.

    Sound familiar? It should, because it's all too common. This issue of Business Information explores customer data quality issues at Boston public media organization WGBH, which hadn't kept its contact data stores clean for 60 years. The result was a morass of disorganized, incorrect and duplicate data that did little to impress donors that keep WGBH's TV and radio broadcasts on the air. In their cover story, Lauren Horwitz, executive editor of SearchCRM, and Tim Ehrens, site editor, look at the customer data messes made at WGBH and other organizations -- and how they remedied, or are remedying, the problems. Sophisticated technology like master data management software is one possible solution to the problem, Horwitz finds -- and good, old-fashioned data cleansing is another. Continuing the focus on customer data, Ed Burns, site and news editor of SearchBusinessAnalytics, reports on the customer analytics programs at companies such as eBay, Sears and Netflix. They're tapping their vast wells of customer data to extract valuable insights that can aid efforts to both attract new customers and keep the ones they already have happy.

    Grab another cup of joe and keep reading for a reality check on Java 8, the newest version of the programming language. Oracle released it in March and says its language structure is simpler, making it easier than ever to design software. But does it stand up to rival languages like Scala and Clojure -- and will big organizations even opt for Java 8 when they can extend investments in older versions?

    There's more: Dreamforce 2014 attendees' take on Salesforce.com's new analytics offering, a human resources IT director originally from Vietnam whose difficult assimilation to the U.S. led her to improve the new-hire orientation process at her current employer, and a new writer of our "Connect IT" column tells readers to throw out everything they know about the software selection process.

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  • Couchbase Server 3.0 targets enterprise needs with tunable memory

    Version 3.0 of the Couchbase NoSQL database adds tunable memory capabilities, a streaming replication protocol, and other features designed to ease enterprise development and boost performance. Continue Reading

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