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    In this vertical industry CRM special report, we've compiled popular news articles and case studies on implementing, managing and maintaining CRM in vertical industries. Learn about how CRM vendors are adapting their tools for specific industries. Discover how CRM is being used in government...

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  • SAP Basis training tutorial

    This guide gives you best practices for SAP Basis administration, shows you pitfalls to avoid and provides Basis troubleshooting advice.

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    Telecommunications, also called telecommunication, is the exchange of information over significant distances by electronic means... (Continued)

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  • SAP Process Integration (PI) training tutorial

    In this SAP NetWeaver PI tutorial, learn about SAP NetWeaver PI basics, including how to implement SAP PI 7.1 (formerly NetWeaver XI). Find out about the new changes for the integration engine for SAP's implementation of SOA middleware.

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  • Migrating data from file servers to SharePoint isn’t a no-brainer

    The Web features fans and critics of migrating data from file servers to SharePoint. An expert weighs in.

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  • Have you encountered hurdles when evaluating mobile testing tools? If so, what were they?

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  • big data

    Big data (also spelled Big Data) is a general term used to describe voluminous amounts of unstructured or semi-structured data that would take too much time and cost too much money to load into a relational database for analysis.

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  • Memory swap strategies for KVM

    Squeeze more KVM virtual machines onto your physical servers by implementing these memory swap strategies.

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  • How long do you think IT will see an increase in job growth in the United States?

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  • Creating clear software requirements specifications

    Testers often complain that software requirements specifications are too vague, but verbose requirements can have the negative impact of being so wordy that they can't be followed.

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