If you own a smartphone, you've probably performed voice-activated searches. But what if you could use voice-activated search on your desktop computer? Cisco.com is making that a reality.
Applying for a job online is a chore. Searches that bring up useless results. Long registration forms. Antiquated systems. Wouldn’t it be refreshing if careers sites looked for a job for you instead? IBM thought so — then they did something about it.
Juniper.net recently unveiled a new site design that is a step forward (or at least sideways) in design but the site’s usability gets knocked back a few steps too.
HP's recent spinoff, HP Enterprise, has a shiny new site, HPE.com. But is it really a game changer? Or is the new HPE.com just the old HP.com baggage at a new address?
Last week, IBM.com launched a new home page which provides a template for things to come. Here’s four interesting takeaways worth putting in your hat.
I recently stumbled across a blog describing data from the Usabilla service that tracks real time feedback from site users. Turns out this service could be used for a lot more than your rank and file "do you love me?" surveys.
After spending almost a quarter of the Internet's lifetime off the grid, is Juniper.net’s latest effort cool enough to hang with competitors’ innovative creations, or does it amount to nothing more than a fresh coat of paint on an old Website design?
The Cisco Solution Partner Program Website cracks the marketing and registration code on how to turn prospects into partners in record time.
There’s nothing like a bevy of new products to bring out Apple.com’s glitz and glamour gene — and the recent iPhone and iWatch launches are no exception. Here’s 4 moments of brilliance from Apple.com’s play book.
There’s a battle between curb appeal and conversation gearing up -- and the teams that understand the difference will be the winners over the next two years. Right now, Oracle is in the cat bird seat. Here's why.