Business software sites have a tough row to hoe. They must appeal to a variety of audiences that have vastly different needs. So, which business software sites do the best job in marketing and supporting their customers and where is each site's sweet spot?
To assess how well Business Software sites market, sell, and support their varied audiences, the siteIQ team evaluated four best-in-class sites, Adobe.com, Microsoft.com, Symantec.com, and Citrix.com. This case study announces the leaders and laggers in the Business Software industry.
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.
Navigation features are growing across the board. But while last year’s leaders continue to win the Overall rankings, Usability is a different game altogether.
Movement is the watchword for the 2017 Training Index. IBM Software shook up the Overall rankings, while CA rattled the Usability roster. And everyone else is moving and shaking too.
2017's Product Marketing category rankings may sound like the same song, but it's an entirely different dance. The question is who ended up in the top spot and who tumbled down the rankings?
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.
It's time for our 2017 eBusiness Index predictions and this year is all about 800 pound gorillas playing musical chairs. The question is who will be left standing?
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.
If you are building your organization's Cloud marketing site, you may wonder what type of content you need? What designs work? Who does it best? Fortunately for you, we were curious too.