The new Microsoft AppHub is a subscription based website created by Microsoft and for developers who create marketable apps for Microsoft Windows Phone 7 and Xbox LIVE. The App Hub will also offer many free tools that will include Visual Studio 2010 Express, a Windows Phone Emulator, XNA Game Studio 4.0, Microsoft Expression Blend for Windows Phone, Silverlight, .NET Framework 4 with tons of sample code and a community support. Microsoft is also planning to add several educational resources geared towards helping develop apps and games for Windows Phone 7 and Xbox 360.
The future of cloud platforms is at hand. Even if your cloud applications are basic now, your next set of apps will require strong analytics services and tools, as well as features that ease enterprise integration. To fill these needs, consider using not only your current cloud provider but also specialists. Take advantage of not only the big cloud platforms, but also specialized providers in vertical industries; countries and regions; and functional domains including omnichannel, analytics, integration, and …
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Omnichannel self-service is the new paradigm. Firms are organizing to provide self-service options across all channels in order to meet customer needs and expectations—going beyond traditional IVR. Are you prepared to offer your customers personalized self-service across all channels including legacy applications like your IVR?