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THE KEYS TO BETTER USER INTERFACE FOR BUSINESS APPLICATIONS

September 26, 2013   |   DevX

Enterprise software solutions power critical business functions on which every major organization relies. Solutions should be efficient and elegant, to allow employees to rapidly complete their work and keep the business moving, but also provide a level of flexibility to handle exceptions and events that fall outside the normal flow of business...

HOW THE CLOUD IS CHANGING THE ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY LEADERS

September 23, 2013   |   Wired

Are we witnessing the demise of the CIO and the CTO? Are these tech leaders at risk of becoming irrelevant in the cloud era? With the cloud, some argue, you can essentially outsource that level of corporate responsibility...

BOARDROOM PERSPECTIVES: APPIAN’S CEO MATTHEW CALKINS ON “FACILITATING” WORK AND THE MOBILE FUTURE

September 16, 2013   |   PEX

BPM Software has sometimes been criticized for forcing people to work in a way that is inflexible and “one size fits all”. While automating processes should increase efficiency and cycle times, it may also make it more difficult to change processes as requirements change and force people to find workarounds to their existing systems...

NOTEBOOKS OR TABLETS: WHICH TO CHOOSE FOR MOBILE WORKERS

September 12, 2013   |   TechTarget

Choosing the right notebook or tablet for a mobile workforce that relies on the cloud requires thinking beyond the hardware; device decisions need to be based on the platform, applications and end-user behavior. The line between tablets and notebooks has blurred as the IT industry struggles to define new device segments by the operating system and form factor...

APPIAN VP CHRIS O’CONNELL OUTLINES PLAN FOR FEDERAL INNOVATION

August 26, 2013   |   WashingtonExec

Constrained federal budgets coupled with increasing cyber security threats have led some government agencies to rest on their laurels when it comes to bringing innovation into the federal landscape. But Chris O’Connell, Appian Corporation’s Vice President of Federal Sales, says that’s no excuse...

WHAT A BOARD GAME CAN TEACH A C.E.O.

August 17, 2013   |   NY Times

My favorite activity during childhood was camping with my parents. We traveled up and down the California coast to little campgrounds and state parks, returning dozens of times to our favorites. Also on these trips, I got my first taste of business, because my father would take me to properties he managed as a real estate developer. He’d explain how the parties negotiated, the quality of the materials, and the struggles he had with the architect...

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