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Google Creates App Maker for G Suites

Google has launched a new App Maker for G Suites. “It’s a browser-based platform for building browser-based corporate apps for internal use. And though it has an emphasis on approachable features such as drag-and-drop widgets you can use to rapidly assemble features without writing code, Google has also aimed to give it enough power to tackle fairly meaty development challenges as well as basic ones.”

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In vari blog, testi o letture sparse per il web spesso trovo il termine “line of business software”, “enterprise-grade software”, “business application” e così via. Non ho mai trovato però una spiegazione che mi convincesse riguardo queste categorie di software. 63 more words


We Need an Updated Roadmap!

How many times have I heard this?  To a product professional, the product roadmap is a hot topic.  How often should we update it?  Who will do the work aggregating the details from all the Product Managers?  685 more words

Enterprise Software Global Market Briefing Outlook 2016 to 2019

MarketStudyReport.com adds “Enterprise Software Global Market Briefing 2016” new report to its research database. The report spread across 35 pages with table and figures in it. 727 more words


Why robotic process automation adoption is on the rise

Robotic process automation (RPA) — a technology that enables software robots to replicate the actions of human workers for tasks such as data entry — has the potential to dramatically change the way companies approach many of their key business processes. 500 more words


Microsoft delivers test builds of Visual Studio for Mac, Visual Studio 2017 for Windows

Not too surprisingly, documents leaked earlier this week were correct and Microsoft is making available to developers for testing two new test versions of Visual Studio: Visual Studio for Mac and Visual Studio 2017 for Windows. 417 more words


Microsoft adds Outlook Customer Manager to Office 365 SMB plan

Microsoft is adding another new service to its Office 365 Business Premium plan called Outlook Customer Manager.

Microsoft officials described the service as a tool for managing customer relationships from inside Outlook.The tool will be available for no extra cost in the Office 365 Business Premium Plan, officials announced on November 14. 263 more words