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Posted by lauren
On Sep 10, 2014

Chances are, at this moment you have at least one device connected to the cloud. Whether it be a cell phone tethered to a laptop or documents stored in a virtual folder, information can be managed from any location with an internet connection. At first, this may have seemed like a terrific way to evolve personal computing; but in recent years, the cloud has changed the face of modern-day business.

Posted by Raghavan
On Sep 05, 2014

With the increased adoption of big data in the past few years, the Hadoop ecosystem has exploded with many new projects. Now, coupled with the emergence of support from major vendors for enterprise connectors and security improvements Hadoop has become even more attractive to enterprise level businesses. With more information being gathered than ever before, it’s no wonder why Hadoop has become a compelling option for any business and hard to ignore by vendors in the big data processing space.

Posted by brian
On Aug 27, 2014

If you use a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system you can’t afford to ignore  proper data management techniques. Proper data management is critical to effective information governance. And, Master Data Management (MDM) plays a vital role in building results-oriented and effective CRM processes. With the evolution of Big Data, mastering MDM has become an even more critical entity.

Posted by rakesh
On Aug 18, 2014

In March of this year Martin Chavez, CIO at Goldman Sachs, sat down to explain paradigm shifts in technology and the business world. 

He started the roughly 5 minute conversation by explaining matter-of-factly that “every 20 years, in the software business, there is a paradigm shift.” This notion creates quite a stir for the business world, as companies must learn to adapt and grow with these new ways of doing work, and creating information.

Posted by Raghavan
On Aug 13, 2014

People frequently ask me if it’s necessary to have Java programming skills in order to enter the exciting world of Hadoop. When I begin to explain, I’m often met with a disappointment and a sense of limitation upon learning that Java and Hadoop do, in fact, go hand-in hand.  Let me start by saying that the answer to the question “Do I need to know Java to learn Hadoop?” is not a simple one. But I digress; the future of Hadoop is bright, and going forward, no requirements should be seen as limitations or roadblocks, but rather as ways to increase your expertise and become more seasoned in your work. As you make your way through this, I hope I will be able to clarify your concerns, and help get you on your way to excellence within Hadoop.

Posted by lauren
On Jul 26, 2014

With all the stress of running a company comes a lot of uncertainty, and there’s no way of knowing the perfect formula for a successful business. As frustrating as that may be, we know that one thing is certain: happy employees are the key to a smoother operation and in turn- more satisfied clients.

Posted by lauren
On Jul 15, 2014

Startups are not only one of the biggest audiences at SXSW, but an audience with the greatest need for products that can adapt to frequent change and grow rapidly with them.OSSCube won’t be exhibiting at SXSW V2V this year, but we know that service providers can be an important part of a startup’s growth; and while choosing a service provider is never easy, that’s why we’re sharing our top reasons for working with one.

Posted by lauren
On Jun 19, 2014

From April 29, through May 1, 2014, CRM experts and SugarCRM proponents gathered in San Francisco for  SugarCon 2014. The three day conference included dozens of expert panels, training sessions, and plenty of time to meet with the best of SugarCRM’s partner program over food and drinks.Thanks to the “Put the ’i’ in Marketing” panel, and others we were able to hear lots of success stories at SugarCon this year, and we’re sharing our three favorites with you.

Posted by rakesh
On Jun 06, 2014

We live in an age of customer fulfillment, where application engineering practices are going through constant change. Decades old applications can no longer satiate the needs of today’s socially engaged consumer. This change is forcing management teams to rethink existing applications and, in many cases, start from scratch to create a product capable of meeting market demands.

Posted by rakesh
On Apr 23, 2014
The nature of app engineering for enterprise businesses is changing fast, and it’s bringing with it new budget black holes; consuming valuable time, energy, and money.So what are these black holes? They’re more common than you think;  in fact, the most common types of costs associated with developing apps are: on-going operating costs and the need for future investments (like upgrades).


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