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  • apt-get install and update fail

    - by sepehr
    I've got a problem with apt-get update and apt-get install ... commands . every time update or installing fails and errors are : Get:1 http://dl.google.com stable Release.gpg [198B] Ign http://dl.google.com/linux/chrome/deb/ stable/main Translation-en_US Get:2 http://dl.google.com stable Release [1,347B] Get:3 http://dl.google.com stable/main Packages [1,227B] Err http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution Release.gpg Could not connect to 32.repository.backtrack-linux.org:80 (37.221.173.214). - connect (110: Connection timed out) Err http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org/ revolution/main Translation-en_US Unable to connect to 32.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Err http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org/ revolution/microverse Translation-en_US Unable to connect to 32.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Err http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org/ revolution/non-free Translation-en_US Unable to connect to 32.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Err http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org/ revolution/testing Translation-en_US Unable to connect to 32.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Err http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution Release.gpg Could not connect to all.repository.backtrack-linux.org:80 (37.221.173.214). - connect (110: Connection timed out) Err http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org/ revolution/main Translation-en_US Unable to connect to all.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Err http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org/ revolution/microverse Translation-en_US Unable to connect to all.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Err http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org/ revolution/non-free Translation-en_US Unable to connect to all.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Err http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org/ revolution/testing Translation-en_US Unable to connect to all.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Ign http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution Release Ign http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution Release Ign http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/main Packages Ign http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/main Packages Ign http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/microverse Packages Ign http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/non-free Packages Ign http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/testing Packages Ign http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/microverse Packages Ign http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/non-free Packages Ign http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/testing Packages Ign http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/main Packages Ign http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/microverse Packages Ign http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/non-free Packages Ign http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/main Packages Ign http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/microverse Packages Ign http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/non-free Packages Ign http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/testing Packages Err http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/main Packages Unable to connect to all.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Err http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/microverse Packages Unable to connect to all.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Ign http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/testing Packages Err http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/main Packages Unable to connect to 32.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Err http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/microverse Packages Unable to connect to 32.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Err http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/non-free Packages Unable to connect to all.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Err http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/testing Packages Unable to connect to all.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Err http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/non-free Packages Unable to connect to 32.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Err http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/testing Packages Unable to connect to 32.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Err http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution Release.gpg Could not connect to source.repository.backtrack-linux.org:80 (37.221.173.214). - connect (110: Connection timed out) Err http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org/ revolution/main Translation-en_US Unable to connect to source.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Err http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org/ revolution/microverse Translation-en_US Unable to connect to source.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Err http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org/ revolution/non-free Translation-en_US Unable to connect to source.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Err http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org/ revolution/testing Translation-en_US Unable to connect to source.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Ign http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution Release Ign http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/main Packages Ign http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/microverse Packages Ign http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/non-free Packages Ign http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/testing Packages Ign http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/main Packages Ign http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/microverse Packages Ign http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/non-free Packages Ign http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/testing Packages Err http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/main Packages Unable to connect to source.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Err http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/microverse Packages Unable to connect to source.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Err http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/non-free Packages Unable to connect to source.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Err http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org revolution/testing Packages Unable to connect to source.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: Fetched 2,772B in 1min 3s (44B/s) W: Failed to fetch http://all.repository.backtrack- \linux.org/dists/revolution/Release.gpg Could not connect to all.repository.backtrack-linux.org:80 (37.221.173.214). - connect (110: Connection timed out) W: Failed to fetch http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/main/i18n/Translation-en_US.bz2 Unable to connect to all.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: W: Failed to fetch http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/microverse/i18n/Translation-en_US.bz2 Unable to connect to all.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: W: Failed to fetch http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/non-free/i18n/Translation-en_US.bz2 Unable to connect to all.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: W: Failed to fetch http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/testing/i18n/Translation-en_US.bz2 Unable to connect to all.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: W: Failed to fetch http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/Release.gpg Could not connect to 32.repository.backtrack-linux.org:80 (37.221.173.214). - connect (110: Connection timed out) W: Failed to fetch http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/main/i18n/Translation-en_US.bz2 Unable to connect to 32.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: W: Failed to fetch http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/microverse/i18n/Translation-en_US.bz2 Unable to connect to 32.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: W: Failed to fetch http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/non-free/i18n/Translation-en_US.bz2 Unable to connect to 32.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: W: Failed to fetch http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/testing/i18n/Translation-en_US.bz2 Unable to connect to 32.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: W: Failed to fetch http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/Release.gpg Could not connect to source.repository.backtrack-linux.org:80 (37.221.173.214). - connect (110: Connection timed out) W: Failed to fetch http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/main/i18n/Translation-en_US.bz2 Unable to connect to source.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: W: Failed to fetch http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/microverse/i18n/Translation-en_US.bz2 Unable to connect to source.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: W: Failed to fetch http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/non-free/i18n/Translation-en_US.bz2 Unable to connect to source.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: W: Failed to fetch http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/testing/i18n/Translation-en_US.bz2 Unable to connect to source.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: W: Failed to fetch http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/main/binary-i386/Packages.gz Unable to connect to 32.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: W: Failed to fetch http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/microverse/binary-i386/Packages.gz Unable to connect to 32.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: W: Failed to fetch http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/non-free/binary-i386/Packages.gz Unable to connect to 32.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: W: Failed to fetch http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/main/binary-i386/Packages.gz Unable to connect to all.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: W: Failed to fetch http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/microverse/binary-i386/Packages.gz Unable to connect to all.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: W: Failed to fetch http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/non-free/binary-i386/Packages.gz Unable to connect to all.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: W: Failed to fetch http://all.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/testing/binary-i386/Packages.gz Unable to connect to all.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: W: Failed to fetch http://32.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/testing/binary-i386/Packages.gz Unable to connect to 32.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: W: Failed to fetch http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/main/binary-i386/Packages.gz Unable to connect to source.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: W: Failed to fetch http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/microverse/binary-i386/Packages.gz Unable to connect to source.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: W: Failed to fetch http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/non-free/binary-i386/Packages.gz Unable to connect to source.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: W: Failed to fetch http://source.repository.backtrack-linux.org/dists/revolution/testing/binary-i386/Packages.gz Unable to connect to source.repository.backtrack-linux.org:http: E: Some index files failed to download, they have been ignored, or old ones used instead. I Don't know how to get out of this ! I want to install RPM and YUM package on my backtrack ! I also searched over internet for answer . in backtrack forums or any other sites or weblogs i could'nt find a good answer ! can anyone help ??

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  • You Say You Want a (Customer Experience) Revolution

    - by Christie Flanagan
    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-qformat:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin-top:0in; mso-para-margin-right:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:10.0pt; mso-para-margin-left:0in; line-height:115%; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi;} rev-o-lu-tion [rev-uh-loo-shuhn] noun 1. a sudden, radical or complete change 2. fundamental change in the way of thinking about or visualizing something; a change of paradigm 3. a changeover in use or preference especially in technology <the computer revolution> Lately, I've been hearing an awful lot about the customer experience revolution.  Tonight Oracle will be hosting The Experience Revolution, an evening of exploration and networking with customer experience executives in New York City where Oracle President Mark Hurd will introduce Oracle Customer Experience, a cross-stack suite of customer experience products that includes Oracle WebCenter and a number of other Oracle technologies. Then on Tuesday and Wednesday, the Forrester Customer Experience Forum East also kicks off in New York City where they'll examine how businesses can "reap the full business benefits of the customer experience revolution." So, are we in the midst of a customer experience revolution? As a consumer, I can answer that question with a definitive “yes.” When I bought my very first car, I had a lot of questions. How do I know if I’m paying a fair price? How do I know if this dealer is honest? Why do I have to sit through these good cop, bad cop shenanigans between sales and sales management at the dealership? Why do I feel like I’m doing these people a favor by giving them my business? In the end the whole experience left me feeling deeply unsatisfied. I didn’t feel that I held all that much power over the experience and the only real negotiating trick I had was to walk out, which I did, many times before actually making a purchase. Fast forward to a year ago and I found myself back in the market for a new car. The very first car that I bought had finally kicked the bucket after many years, many repair bills, and much wear and tear. Man, I had loved that car. It was time to move on, but I had a knot in my stomach when I reflected back on my last car purchase experience and dreaded the thought of going through that again. Could that have been the reason why I drove my old car for so long? But as I started the process of researching new cars, I started to feel really confident. I had a wealth of online information that helped me in my search. I went to Edmunds and plugged in some information on my preferences and left with a short list of vehicles. After an afternoon spent test driving the cars my short list, I had determined my favorite – it was a model I didn’t even know about until my research on Edmunds! But I didn’t want to go back to the dealership where I test drove it. They were clearly old school and wanted me to buy the way that they wanted to sell. No thanks! After that I went back online. I figured out exactly what people had paid for this car in my area. I found out what kind of discount others were able to negotiate from an online community forum dedicated to the make and model. I found out how the sales people were being incentivized by the manufacturer that month. I learned which dealers had the best ratings and reviews. This was actually getting exciting. I was feeling really empowered. My next step was to request online quotes from the some of the highest rated dealers but I already knew exactly how much I was going to pay. This was really a test for the dealers. My new mantra was “let he who delivers the best customer experience win.” An inside sales rep from one dealer responded to my quote request within a couple of hours. I told him I had already decided on the make and model and it was just a matter of figuring out who I would buy it from. I also told them that I was really busy and wouldn’t set foot in the dealership unless we had come to terms beforehand. Lastly, I let him know that I’d prefer to work out the details via email. He promised to get back to me shortly with a detailed quote. Over the next few days I received calls from other dealers. One asked me a host of questions that I had already answered in their lengthy online form. Another blamed their website performance issues for their delay in responding to my request. But by then it didn’t really matter because I’d already bought the car days before from the dealer who responded to me first and who was willing to adjust their sales process to accommodate my buying one. So, yes, I really do believe we are in the midst of a customer experience revolution. And every revolution leaves some victorious and other vanquished. Which side do you want to be on when it comes to the customer experience revolution?

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  • The “Customer” Experience Revolution is Here

    - by Jeri Kelley
    A guest post by Anthony Lye, SVP, CRM, Oracle The Experience Revolution is here, and we are going to explore and celebrate our new customer experience (CX) ventures and strategy in an extraordinary way. In true Oracle fashion, we are hosting an exceptional event, bringing together customer experience advocates, visionaries and practitioners to discover and define Oracle’s Customer Experience vision. At The Experience Revolution, Oracle President Mark Hurd will detail the vision of where customer experience is going and how Oracle will help you get there. He will introduce for the first time Oracle Customer Experience, a cross stack suite of customer experience products that enable organizations to: Engage customers with a consistent, connected and personalized brand experience across all channels and devices Deliver exceptional cross-channel order fulfillment and customer service through web, call centers and social networks Connect and analyze data from all interactions to better personalize experiences and identify hidden opportunities The Experience Revolution will also include an interactive gallery of customer experience interactions, featuring videos, touch screens and near field communication technology that will guide each attendee through an individualized event experience. We hope you will join us for an incredible evening on June 25, from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. at Gotham Hall in New York City.  You can register for The Experience Revolution here. And if you haven’t already joined the conversation on Twitter, please do:  #OracleCX, #ExperienceRevolution

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  • The “Customer” Experience Revolution is Here

    - by Jeri Kelley
    A guest post by Anthony Lye, SVP, CRM, Oracle The Experience Revolution is here, and we are going to explore and celebrate our new customer experience (CX) ventures and strategy in an extraordinary way. In true Oracle fashion, we are hosting an exceptional event, bringing together customer experience advocates, visionaries and practitioners to discover and define Oracle’s Customer Experience vision. At The Experience Revolution, Oracle President Mark Hurd will detail the vision of where customer experience is going and how Oracle will help you get there. He will introduce for the first time Oracle Customer Experience, a cross stack suite of customer experience products that enable organizations to: Engage customers with a consistent, connected and personalized brand experience across all channels and devices Deliver exceptional cross-channel order fulfillment and customer service through web, call centers and social networks Connect and analyze data from all interactions to better personalize experiences and identify hidden opportunities The Experience Revolution will also include an interactive gallery of customer experience interactions, featuring videos, touch screens and near field communication technology that will guide each attendee through an individualized event experience. We hope you will join us for an incredible evening on June 25, from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. at Gotham Hall in New York City.  You can register for The Experience Revolution here. And if you haven’t already joined the conversation on Twitter, please do:  #OracleCX, #ExperienceRevolution

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  • The “Customer” Experience Revolution is Here

    - by Natalia Rachelson
    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-qformat:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin-top:0in; mso-para-margin-right:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:10.0pt; mso-para-margin-left:0in; line-height:115%; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi;} A guest post by Anthony Lye, SVP, Oracle Development The Experience Revolution is here, and we are going to explore and celebrate our new customer experience ventures and strategy in an extraordinary way. In true Oracle fashion, we are hosting an exceptional event, bringing together customer experience advocates, visionaries and practitioners to discover and define Oracle’s Customer Experience vision. The Experience Revolution is best described as today’s era of the empowered consumer. For those of us who work with customers on a daily basis, we know that the modern consumer demands fast, accurate, consistent information across all communication channels. And if they don’t like the services received can easily take to social channels to voice disapproval. For this reason, organizations today operate in an environment where traditional methods of differentiation are less effective and customer experience has become the primary driver of business value. Here’s some food for thought, according to the 2011 Customer Experience Impact (CEI) Report, a full 89 percent of consumers will switch brands for a better customer experience. In short, in today’s era of the empowered consumer, delivering excellent customer experiences is what will, and is, defining the next great brands. At The Experience Revolution, Oracle President Mark Hurd will detail the vision of where customer experience is going and how Oracle will help you get there. He will introduce for the first time Oracle Customer Experience, a cross stack suite of customer experience products that enable organizations to: Engage customers with a consistent, connected and personalized brand experience across all channels and devices Deliver exceptional cross-channel order fulfillment and customer service through web, call centers and social networks Connect and analyze data from all interactions to better personalize experiences and identify hidden opportunities The Experience Revolution will also include an interactive gallery of customer experience interactions, featuring videos, touch screens and near field communication technology that will guide each attendee through an individualized event experience. We hope you will join us for an incredible evening on June 25, from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. at Gotham Hall in New York City. You can register for The Experience Revolution here. And if you haven’t already joined the conversation on Twitter, please do: #OracleCX, #ExperienceRevolution

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  • Surface of Revolution with 3D surface

    - by user5584
    I have to use this function to get a Surface of Revolution (homework). newVertex = (oldVertex.y, someFunc1(oldVertex.x, oldVertex.y), someFunc2(oldVertex.x, oldVertex.y)); As far as I know (FIXME) Surface of Revolution means rotations of a (2D)curve around an axis in 3D. But this vertex computing gives a 3D plane (FIXME again :D), so rotation of this isn't obvious. Am I misunderstanding something?

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  • The Customer Experience Revolution is Now

    - by Christie Flanagan
    To conclude this week’s focus on customer experience, I’ll end by recapping how my week began in New York City at The Experience Revolution. We all know that customers increasingly call the shots, and that winning or losing depends on how well we manage to meet their expectations. Today’s customers have a multitude of choices and are quick to jump ship following a poor experience. As a result, delivering an experience that is relevant, interactive, engaging, and consistent across channels and fostering rewarding relationships are increasingly important to business success.  It is only through exceptional customer experiences that companies can expect to acquire new customers and maintain their loyalty.  Over 400 of us gathered at Gotham Hall on Monday night to hear Oracle President Mark Hurd introduce Oracle Customer Experience, a cross-stack suite of customer experience products that include Oracle RightNow CX Cloud Service, Oracle Endeca, Oracle ATG Web Commerce, Oracle WebCenter,Oracle Siebel CRM, Oracle Fusion CRM, Oracle Social Network, and Oracle Knowledge Management. I'd encourage you check out this video to hear Mark explain why having a good product isn't good enough in the wake of the customer experience revolution. The Experience Revolution event itself was designed to deliver the kind of rich experience that sticks with you, using an interactive gallery of customer experience to deliver an individualized experience to each attendee through a combination of touch screens and near field communication technology.  Over the coming weeks we’ll share some of these customer experience vignettes with you. In the interim, you can learn more about Oracle Customer Experience solutions here.

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  • Mobile Apps: An Ongoing Revolution

    - by Steve Walker
    a guest post from Suhas Uliyar, VP Mobile Strategy, Product Management, Oracle The rise of smartphone apps have proved transformational for businesses, increasing the productivity of employees while simultaneously creating some seriously cool end user experiences. But this is a revolution that is only just beginning. Over the next few years, apps will change everything about the way enterprises work as well as overhauling the experiences of customers. The spark for this revolution is simplicity. Simplicity has already proved important for the front-end of apps, which are now often as compelling and intuitive as consumer apps. Businesses will encourage this trend, both to further increase employee productivity and to attract ‘digital natives’ (as employees and customers). With the variety of front-end development tools available already, this should be a simple mission for developers to accomplish – but front-end simplicity alone is not enough for the enterprise mobile revolution. Without the right content even the most user-friendly app is useless. Yet when it comes to integrating apps with ‘back-end’ systems to enable this content, developers often face a complex, costly and time-consuming task. Then there is security: how can developers strike a balance between complying with enterprise security policies and keeping the user experience simple? Complexity has acted as a brake on innovation, with integration and security compliance swallowing enterprise resources. This is why the simplification of integration, security and scalability is so important: it frees time and money for revolutionary innovation. The key is to put in place a complete and unified SOA integration platform that runs across the entire enterprise and enables organizations to easily integrate and connect applications across IT environments. The platform must also be capable of abstracting apps from the underlying OS and enabling a ‘write-once, run- anywhere’ capability for mobile devices - essential for BYOD environments and integrating third-party apps. Mobile Back-end-as-a-Service can also be very important in streamlining back-end integration. Mobile services offered through the cloud can simplify mobile application development with a standard approach to dealing with complex server-side programming and integration issues. This allows the business to innovate at its own pace while providing developers with a choice of tools to speed development and integration. Finally, there is security, which must be done in a way that encourages users to make the most of their mobile devices and applications. As mobile users, we want convenience and that is why we generally approve of businesses that adopt BYOD policies. Enterprises can safely encourage BYOD as they can separate, protect, and wipe corporate applications by installing a secure ‘container’ around corporate applications on any mobile device. BYOD management also means users’ personal applications and data can be kept separate from the enterprise information – giving them the confidence they need to embrace the use of their devices for corporate apps. Enterprises that place mobility at the heart of what they do will fundamentally transform their businesses and leap ahead of the competition. As businesses take to mobile platforms that simplify integration, security and scalability we will see a blossoming of innovation that will drive new levels of user convenience and create new ways of working that we are only beginning to imagine.

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  • The Many-to-Many Revolution 2.0 #ssas #mdx #dax #m2m

    - by Marco Russo (SQLBI)
    In September 2006 I had announced in this blog the release of the first version of The Many-to-Many Revolution, a whitepaper that describes how to leverage the many-to-many dimension relationships feature that had being available since Analysis Services 2005. The paper contains many generic patterns that can be applied in many common data analysis’ scenarios. More than 5 years later and more then 20.000 unique people that downloaded the 1.0 paper, I am proud to announce that we released The Many-to-Many...(read more)

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  • How to install Revolution R Enterprise?

    - by Abe
    Revolution R Enterprise is available as a red-hat rpm file. Normally I would use alien to install an rpm file, but the instructions for installing this package have an install.py file that I am supposed to execute. When I ./install.py, I get the following instructions: rpm: please use alien to install rpm packages on Debian, if you are really sure use --force-debian switch. See README.Debian for more details. There is no README.Debian file in the directory, and although I am not proficient in python, I can tell that there are at least four different directories with *rpm files in them. Has anyone had success with this? If possible, I'd prefer to install the Enterprise version instead of community version in the Ubuntu repository so that I can test it out.

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  • Jamie Oliver&rsquo;s Food Revolution from a parent&rsquo;s perspective

    This is the first generation of kids expected to live a shorter life than you. Or...you guys can start kicking some ass. Jamie Oliver. Theres been a show running on ABC recentlyabout 6 episodes. Its called Jamie Olivers Food Revolution. It appears to have been taped during the fall of 2009 in Huntington, West Virginia (which evidently was selected because of high child obesity data). The show absolutely has a bit of Hollywood, a ton of editing, but I dont think anyone can doubt Jamies (and the...Did you know that DotNetSlackers also publishes .net articles written by top known .net Authors? We already have over 80 articles in several categories including Silverlight. Take a look: here.

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  • How Are Businesses Advancing with the Experience Revolution?

    - by Charles Knapp
    Businesses worldwide are operating in a new era. Customers are taking charge of their relationships with brands, and the customer experience has become the most important differentiator and driver of business value. Where is the experience heading? And how can businesses take advantage of the customer experience revolution? Find out from the experts at a one-of-a-kind event: the Oracle Customer Experience Summit at Oracle OpenWorld, San Francisco, October 3-5. Our featured speakers are global visionaries including Seth Godin, George Kembel from the Stanford d:School, Bruce Temkin, Kerry Bodine and Paul Hagen from Forrester, and Gene Alvarez from Gartner. Featured industry leaders will include speakers from Athene Group, Bazaarvoice, Comcast, Consortium of Service Innovation, Haworth, Intuit, KPN, Marriott, Nikon, Quicksilver, Royal Caribbean, SapientNitro, Southwest, Stryker, Stuart Concannon, and Twilio. Featured speakers from Oracle will include Oracle President Mark Hurd, Anthony Lye, David Vap, Brian Curran, John Kembel, and Matthew Banks. So, please join us at the Customer Experience Summit at the Oracle OpenWorld Conference.

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  • Mark Hurd on the Customer Revolution: Oracle's Top 10 Insights

    - by Richard Lefebvre
    Reprint of an article from Forbes Businesses that fail to focus on customer experience will hear a giant sucking sound from their vanishing profitability. Because in today’s dynamic global marketplace, consumers now hold the power in the buyer-seller equation, and sellers need to revamp their strategy for this new world order. The ability to relentlessly deliver connected, personalized and rewarding customer experiences is rapidly becoming one of the primary sources of competitive advantage in today’s dynamic global marketplace. And the inability or unwillingness to realize that the customer is a company’s most important asset will lead, inevitably, to decline and failure. Welcome to the lifecycle of customer experience, in which consumers explore, engage, shop, buy, ask, compare, complain, socialize, exchange, and more across multiple channels with the unconditional expectation that each of those interactions will be completed in an efficient and personalized manner however, wherever, and whenever the customer wants. While many niche companies are offering point solutions within that sprawling and complex spectrum of needs and requirements, businesses looking to deliver superb customer experiences are still left having to do multiple product evaluations, multiple contract negotiations, multiple test projects, multiple deployments, and–perhaps most annoying of all–multiple and never-ending integration projects to string together all those niche products from all those niche vendors. With its new suite of customer-experience solutions, Oracle believes it can help companies unravel these challenges and move at the speed of their customers, anticipating their needs and desires and creating enduring and profitable relationships. Those solutions span the full range of marketing, selling, commerce, service, listening/insights, and social and collaboration tools for employees. When Oracle launched its suite of Customer Experience solutions at a recent event in New York City, president Mark Hurd analyzed the customer experience revolution taking place and presented Oracle’s strategy for empowering companies to capitalize on this important market shift. From Hurd’s presentation and related materials, I’ve extracted a list of Hurd’s Top 10 Insights into the Customer Revolution. 1. Please Don’t Feed the Competitor’s Pipeline!After enduring a poor experience, 89% of consumers say they would immediately take their business to your competitor. (Except where noted, the source for these findings is the 2011 Customer Experience Impact (CEI) Report including a survey commissioned by RightNow (acquired by Oracle in March 2012) and conducted by Harris Interactive.) 2. The Addressable Market Is Massive. Only 1% of consumers say their expectations were always met by their actual experiences. 3. They’re Willing to Pay More! In return for a great experience, 86% of consumers say they’ll pay up to 25% more. 4. The Social Media Microphone Is Always Live. After suffering through a poor experience, more than 25% of consumers said they posted a negative comment on Twitter or Facebook or other social media sites. Conversely, of those consumers who got a response after complaining, 22% posted positive comments about the company. 5.  The New Deal Is Never Done: Embrace the Entire Customer Lifecycle. An appropriately active and engaged relationship, says Hurd, extends across every step of the entire processs: need, research, select, purchase, receive, use, maintain, and recommend. 6. The 360-Degree Commitment. Customers want to do business with companies that actively and openly demonstrate the desire to establish strong and seamless connections across employees, the company, and the customer, says research firm Temkin Group in its report called “The CX Competencies.” 7. Understand the Emotional Drivers Behind Brand Love. What makes consumers fall in love with a brand? Among the top factors are friendly employees and customer reps (73%), easy access to information and support (55%), and personalized experiences, such as when companies know precisely what products or services customers have purchased in the past and what issues those customers have raised (36%). 8.  The Importance of Immediate Action. You’ve got one week to respond–and then the opportunity’s lost. If your company needs more than a week to answer a prospect’s question or request, most of those prospects will terminate the relationship. 9.  Want More Revenue, Less Churn, and More Referrals? Then improve the overall customer experience: Forrester’s research says that approach put an extra $900 million in the pockets of wireless service providers, $800 million for hotels, and $400 million for airlines. 10. The Formula for CX Success.  Hurd says it includes three elegantly interlaced factors: Connected Engagement, to personalize the experience; Actionable Insight, to maximize the engagement; and Optimized Execution, to deliver on the promise of value. RECOMMENDED READING: The Top 10 Strategic CIO Issues For 2013 Wal-Mart, Amazon, eBay: Who’s the Speed King of Retail? Career Suicide and the CIO: 4 Deadly New Threats Memo to Marc Benioff: Social Is a Tool, Not an App

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  • Join the Customer Experience Revolution

    - by Divya Malik
    By Suzy Meriwhether Customers want simple, consistent, and relevant experiences across all touchpoints and devices. Creating a great customer experience means delivering these qualities consistently over time across the entire customer lifecycle and enable businesses to attract more, retain more and sell more. Exceptional customer experiences create the loyalty, advocacy, and repeat business that drives success. Most successful companies would say that they try to create a good customer experience and have already invested in the systems, people, and training to develop it. So what’s missing? Why is it so much more difficult to meet customer expectations every day, in every way? How can you learn more? Join Oracle for a Live Event: Customer Experience Online Forum Participate in the Customer Experience Online Forum to hear from Bruce Temkin, a leading expert in customer experience, Anthony Lye, SVP of Oracle CRM, Marriott International, Nikon and other thought leaders to learn about the ROI of customer experience, what strategies leading brands use to win over customers, and how Oracle solutions can help you succeed in the Experience Revolution. I encourage you to register now for the half-day live event.

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  • Cross platform application revolution

    - by anirudha
    Every developer know that if they make a windows application that they work only on windows. that’s a small pity thing we all know. this is a lose point for windows application who make developer thing small means only for windows and other only for mac. this is a big point behind success of web because who purchase a operating system if they want to use a application on other platform. why they purchase when they can’t try them. that’s a thing better in Web means IE 6 no problem IE 6 to IE 8 chrome to chrome 8 Firefox to Firefox 3.6.13 even that’s beta no problem the good website is shown as same as other browser. some minor difference may be can see. the cross platform application development thinking is much big then making a application who is only for some audience. the difference between audience make by OS what they use Windows or mac. if they use mac they can’t use this they use windows they can’t use this. Web for Everyone starting from a children to grandfather. male and female Everyone can use internet.no worrying what you have even you have Windows or mac , any browser even as silly IE 6. the cross platform have a good thing that “People”. everyone can use them without a problem that. just like some time problem come in windows that “some component is missing click here to get them” , you can’t use this [apps] software because you have windows sp1 , sp2  sp3. you need to install this first before this. this stupidity mainly comes in Microsoft software. in last year i found a issue on WPI that they force user to install another software when they get them from WPI. ex:- you need to install Visual studio 2008 before installing Visual studio 2010 express. are anyone tell me why user get old version 2008 when they get latest and express version. i never try again their to check the issue is solved or not. a another thing is you can’t get IE 9 on windows XP version. in that’case don’t thing and worrying about them because Firefox and Chrome is much better. the stupidity from Microsoft is too much. they never told you about Firebug even sometime they discuss about damage tool in IE they called them developer tool because they are Microsoft and they only thing how they can market their products. you need to install many thing without any reason such as many SQL server component even you use other RDBMS. you can’t say no to them because you need a tool and tool require a useless component called SQL server. i never found any software force me to install this for this and this for this before install me. that’s another good thing in WEB that no thing require i means you not need to install dotnet framework 4 before enjoy facebook or twitter. may be you found out that Microsoft's fail project Window planet force you to get silverlight before going their. i never hear about them. some month ago my friend talked to me about them i found nothing better their. Wha’t user do when facebook force user to install silverlight or adobe flash or may be Microsoft dotnet framework 4. if you not install them facebook tell  you bye bye tata ! never come here before installing Microsoft dotnet framework 4. the door is open for you after installing them not before. the story is same as “ tell me sorry before coming in home” as mother says to their child when they do something wrong. the web never force you to do something for them. sometime they allow you to use other website account their that’s very fast login for you. because they know the importance of your time.

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