Perspectives

Website technologies may be cleverer than you think. In the 1990’s websites always looked exactly the same, no matter what. The only way to change the content would be to use a technology expert. Clearly no clever intelligence here. By 2000, organizations could add pages and easily change textual content themselves. This progressed into WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) ...

Almost every business has prospects and customers. If you cannot attract or retain connections to these people your business is headed for failure. It has been proven that regular, focused and positive communication with people will keep your brand foremost, making them more likely to buy from you again, refer your company to others, and keep the door open for you to sell addit ...

Cloud data has access constraints that cannot be easily overcome if you intend to work with the data in real time. Cloud systems are undoubtedly superior for a number of well-documented reasons but working with remote web servers that handle multiple tenants introduces delays and restrictions. The distance to your data center is an obvious constraint. Large data centers typical ...

Seven ways; actually, six and a suggestion. After many years building enterprise websites I feel qualified to offer a few suggestions around attracting new business using a web form. At FuseIT we have experience with large Sitecore websites but most of these points also apply to smaller websites using other technologies. Think back to the excitement of finding a product (or ...

The clever use of integration products to unify best-of-breed systems is widely preferred over creating bespoke products from scratch to solve business problems. This discussion focuses on the benefits of integrating HPE Content Manager with Salesforce. Fuse Information Technologies Ltd (FuseIT) offer a range of scalable, flexible, and affordable software integration solutions ...