SaaS (a.k.a. cloud) Websites were once limited to a lonely landing page with a free sign up offer. Today these sites have finally grown up into full fledged venues. So we decided to see how Salesforce.com and Netsuite.com stack up to their traditional software brethren.
This year, we decided to shake up the Index by moving EMC.com into a new Enterprise Storage category and then added Netapp.com for good measure. Now the question is how well NetApp.com will rank against EMC.com's fresh, new design?
Once upon a time, Accenture.com was an innovator to beat – and the IBM Global Services site set the standards. Those days have come and gone. There are two sites on the landscape that are poised to take their place. Meet Capgemini and Cognizant.
2014 Index Preview | Network Systems | Will ‘business as usual’ keep Cisco at the top of the rankings?
Once upon a time, network systems Websites were the darling of the innovation set, with Cisco.com and Juniper.net leading the parade. Today? Not so much. Will 2014 be the year they wake up and take the lead again?
The mega-sites IBM, HP, and Dell, ended last year in very different usability places. Could 2014 could be the year when HP makes a comeback?
Launches and updates were the story for most of the enterprise software sites last year. But Oracle's recent changes make it the Website to watch this year.
Will business software teams find new Website designs more usable or will standing pat keep them competitive? That's up to Adobe and Symantec.
Mirror, mirror, on the the wall. Who has the best Website of all? This year we shook up eBusiness Index to reflect the radically changing times we all live in. Here's the list of finalists. Where they've been. Where they are. And the challenges they face this year.