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07 Jul 2014

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Monthly Industry Roundup: June, 2014


The next logical step for local retailers is investing in an online store. There are several reasons. First, having an online store will help local retailers optimize Google rankings for specific products and brands. Second, being able to show that an item is in stock may eliminate competitive shopping. Third, eventually local retailers could sell products to consumers outside the retailers’ immediate area, and thus expand their business. Read full analysis here!

Content marketing has been a hot topic in digital for more than a year, but many brands still struggle with the challenge of how to integrate content seamlessly into the eCommerce experience. According to a recent survey done by Econsultancy – Where Content and Commerce Collide,  it is found that only 38% of in-house marketers have a defined content marketing strategy, despite 76% saying they are producing significantly more content than they were 12 months ago.

What more is revealed? Five content marketing ideas that eCommerce businesses can use to garner attention, traffic, and sales in July 2014. Check Out!


In ASP.NET 2005 (v2 timeframe) there was a web-based tool called ASP.NET Website Administration tool that folks could use the edit users and generally administer the ASP.NET Membership database. This useful tool was removed in 2012 and is still missed. Since then, ASP.NET has introduced ASP.NET Identity and community member Brock Allen created IdentityReboot with some significant improvements and extensions. Brock Allen and Dominick Baier have gone even further and created Thinktecture IdentityManager. It’s the beginnings of a nice bootstrapped replacement for the missing ASP.NET Website Administration Tool. It’s nicely factored and supports both ASP.NET Identity and their alternative called MembershipReboot.

Did you miss out on DotNetConf when it streamed LIVE just a few weeks ago? Don’t you worry, it’s all recorded and online for you to stream or download! The .NET Conf 2014 was a two-day virtual event (June 25th-26th) focused on .NET technologies, covering application development for the desktop, mobile and cloud/server. It is hosted by the MVP community and Microsoft, bringing top speakers and great topics straight to your PC. Check out the .NET Conf summary and recorded content here!

Microsoft released a preview ASP.NET Identity 2.1.0-alpha1. The main focus in this release was to fix bugs and add SignInManager to make it easier to use security features for login. You can download ASP.NET Identity from the NuGet gallery. SignInManager makes it easier to add Two-Factor authentication, account lockout and other security features when you log in. Read the official announcement!

.NET Web Development and Tools group at Microsoft, announced the release of ASP.NET MVC 5.2, Web API 2.2 and Web Pages 3.2.  This release primarily includes great new features for Web API OData v4 as summarized below but has bug fixes and minor features that bring in a lot more goodness to MVC, Web API, and Web PagesThe NuGet packages for ASP.NET MVC 5.2, ASP.NET Web API 2.2 and ASP.NET Web Pages 3.2 are now live on the NuGet gallery! Read more


Adobe announces the biggest update to its core products since CS6! Adobe released a major update to Creative Cloud. The announcement of Creative Cloud, and more specifically the subscription model, Adobe have vowed to justify the new pricing with frequent updates. And that is something they have maintained since CC first launched. This release will informally be known as Creative Cloud 2014, and we’ll be getting annual major updates year on year for the foreseeable future. As part of the announcement, Adobe will be delivering a new Creative Cloud plan for photographers, which features Photoshop and Lightroom for $9.99 per month. Read More!

Here’s a bonus read – 6 steps to perfecting minimalism in web design


Google Adwords announced a new version of Google Content API for Shopping, giving you more insight into your data quality and new options to help you keep your data fresh. With this new version, you can, for example:

  • Get item-level data quality information and see if an item was disapproved because your landing page URL isn’t working on a mobile device or if your unique product identifiers are inaccurate.
  • Update price and availability for one or more items much more quickly so your customers have the latest price-point and know what’s in-stock before they click through to your site.
  • Integrate more easily with Google Shopping thanks to a broader choice of programming languages and data formats supported.

Google introduces Google My Business – a free and easy way to find and connect with your people, wherever you are. In addition to new businesses getting started with Google My Business, the team also plans to upgrade current users of Places for Business and the Google+ Dashboard to this new experience. Know more.

The Google Shopping team announces an update to the Google Shopping Feed Specification to provide merchants with more flexibility when organizing product data and reach more shoppers. The update covers specifications related to Mobile landing page, Merchant-defined custom bundles, Apparel attributes, Item availability, Mandatory character limits etc.  Read in detail!


As mobile engagement continues to grow, another major milestone occurred just this past month—consumers now spend more than half of their digital consumption time on mobile apps, leaving us without any doubt that we are currently living in an app-dominated digital world. Yet, although there has been a shift from web browser to app, which coincided with the shift from desktop to mobile, certain media properties continue to attract an inordinate size of their mobile traffic via the browser. Click here to know Why Does a User Visit the App vs. the Website and which mobile strategy is best for you?

Report: there are multiple studies that have reported mobile devices drive more than 50 percent of internet time. Digital metrics firm comScore now says that mobile devices (smartphones and tablets) “accounted for 60 percent of total digital media time spent” in May. More remarkably apps represent 51 percent of all digital media time. (Per comScore, apps constitute roughly 83 percent of mobile time spent; Nielsen says it’s closer to 90 percent.)


Google Webmaster Trends Analysts, Pierre Far and Zineb Ait Bahajji, posted on the Google Webmaster blog that they’ve updated their official guidelines for moving your web site and having Google in mind when doing so. They broke out the process based on two ways of moving your site: Move a site with no URL change and Move a site with URL changes.

Google rolled out the 3rd version of the PayDay Loan algorithm (PayDay Loan 3.0). To catch you up, PayDay Loan 2.0 launched a few weeks ago around May 17th and 18th. That specifically targeted very spammy sites in the porn, pills and casino markets. Payday 3.0 specifically targets spammy queries, versus spammy sites.

Google is currently beta testing a new international targeting report within Google Webmaster Tools. The new International Targeting report is designed to help webmasters who have international sites and use href lang markup understand common mistakes and learn what errors they need to fix, in order to better communicate the language settings across the webmaster’s internationalized web site. The tool offers debug details on missing return links from specific language codes, to unknown language codes in general. Read more!


The PHP development group has released the latest Release Candidate in the PHP 5.6.x series: PHP 5.6.0RC2. A reminder, though, this is not a production release, so only use it in testing.

“The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of the second release candidate of PHP 5.6. As we entered the feature freeze with beta1, this is a bugfix-only release. All users of PHP are encouraged to test this version carefully, and report any bugs in the bug tracking system. “

Other releases in the month-

  • PHP 5.5.14. This release fixes several bugs against PHP 5.5.13. Also, this release fixes a total of 8 CVEs, half of them concerning the FileInfo extension.
  • PHP 5.4.30. Over 20 bugs were fixed in this release, including the following security issues: CVE-2014-3981, CVE-2014-0207, CVE-2014-3478, CVE-2014-3479, CVE-2014-3480, CVE-2014-3487, CVE-2014-4049, CVE-2014-3515. All PHP 5.4 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version.

Find more updates here!


One of the best ways to follow events as they unfold is through real-time videos on Twitter. As Twitter continues to invest in the video, it’s important for it to provide tools that make it easy for TV broadcasters, businesses, and event producers to share high-quality videos. To that end, Twitter agreed to acquire SnappyTV. SnappyTV’s platform for live clipping, editing, and distribution is already widely used by brands and our media partners to share video clips on Twitter, both organically and via Twitter Amplify.


What’s Facebook’s plan for Web video advertising? That was the intriguing question being pondered in the online ad community last month as the social networking giant announced a deal to acquire LiveRail, an advertising technology firm that helps media companies make more money on Web video ads. Among the theories being bandied about is that Facebook wants to find a way to push its own social video ads out across the Web, or that Facebook could launch a video ad exchange to match Google’s recent move in that direction.  Read more!

Facebook to start interest-based advertising! Starting soon in the US, Facebook will also include information from some of the websites and apps you use. Let’s say that you’re thinking about buying a new TV, and you start researching TVs on the web and in mobile apps. Facebook may show you ads for deals on a TV to help you get the best price or other brands to consider. See how ads work n Facebook?

Facebook announces an improvement to how they rank the videos people and Pages are uploading directly to Facebook. Their goal is to better understand what videos people are interested in watching, so that relevant videos appear more prominently in News Feed. The improvement made considers whether someone has watched a video and for how long they watched it. Facebook is adding that to the factors considered previously, which included likes, comments and shares. This change will affect all videos uploaded directly to Facebook. Read More!


To make analysis of brand and generic performance as easy as possible, Google Analytics introduced a new feature which automatically identifies brand-aware paid search clicks tracked in Google Analytics. The team will use a combination of signals (including the clickthrough-rate, text string, domain name and others) to identify query terms which show awareness of your brand.  You can review their suggested brand terms and then accept or decline each of them. It’s also easy to add additional brand terms that they missed. Check the official announcement!

To make it easier to find services and apps that are important to your business, Google Analytics re-launched the App Gallery as the Partner Gallery, the new destination to find partners and review their offerings. The Partner Gallery includes new features and improvements:

  • A brand new look and layout.
  • A combined view of both services and apps, so you don’t need to visit multiple sites to find a solution.
  • New search capabilities and category selection making it easier to filter and find what you’re looking for.
  • Google Analytics Certified Partners are sorted based on your location to find partners that have an office near you.
  • Media assets like screenshots / videos / case studies that highlight customer success stories and illustrate app features.
  • Comments and ratings to review user experiences and provide feedback.


Content marketing is mainstream, with 90% of marketers using content to build their brands and achieve their business goals, according to the Content Marketing Institute. While it’s now widely understood that content marketing is a critical component of any marketing strategy, the most forward-thinking content marketers are experimenting with how they create, distribute and track their content’s success. That’s leading to more long-form videos as well as more interesting trends — micro-content and interactive apps. Read more on Newly discovered benefits of Micro –Content!

Long before content marketing became an everyday term among marketers, Joe Pulizzi knew its importance. Seven years ago, he founded what is now Content Marketing Institute, a website dedicated to all things content marketing, including practical how-tos and insight from industry leaders. In a recent interview, Joe gives answers to major challenges marketers face and discusses the future of the content marketing. Get answers to questions like biggest challenges facing content marketing teams in the next twelve months, difference between ROI and ROO and more!


Upcoming – Industry Roundup, July, 2014

06 Jul 2014

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Curated List of Upcoming Webinars for July, 2014

We are back with the curated list of industry webinars in July, 2014. These webinars have been handpicked by our subject matter experts and will cover basic to medium level of knowledge. The target audience is everyone from a Small business owner, product manager to an IT head or C level executive, who  can bookmark our curated list and attend by signing up for these webinars.  Our monthly curated  list of webinars usually revolves around the following areas:

  • Web Development
  • Cloud computing
  • Mobile App development
  • Digital Marketing
  • Industry trends and briefings

Click below on the webinar title to learn more about a specific webinar.


Cloud: Amazon Web Services

Open Data on AWS – An Introduction
Tuesday, July 15, 2014 9:30 PM – 10:30 PM IST

Highly Available SQL Server on AWS
Wednesday, July 16, 2014 10:30 PM – 11:30 PM IST

Design for Availability
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM PDT

SANLess Windows Server Failover Clustering in Amazon EC2 for Mission Critical Applications
Tuesday, July 29, 2014 11:30 PM – Wednesday, July 30, 2014 12:30 AM IST

Deploying Remote Desktop Gateway on AWS
Thursday, July 31, 2014 10:30 PM – 11:30:00 PM IST



Adobe Connect – Online Training Webinar Series
Monday, July 14 – Friday, July 25, 2014 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM US/Pacific

Adobe Connect Webinars for Content Marketing, collaboration & eLearning
Monday, July 14 – Wednesday, July 23, 2014 1:00 PM – 1:30 PM US/Pacific


Magento Commerce: Web Development

Guide to Understanding Revenue Attribution for Social Media Marketing
Wednesday, July 16, 2014 | 9:00am PDT

Transforming Retail into ‘Me-tail’ through Email Marketing Automation
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 | 9:00am PDT

Win the Digital Marketing “Game of Clouds”
Wednesday, July 30, 2014 | 9:00am PDT


Content Marketing

How to Drive Engagement in a World of Content Overload
Thursday, July 17, 2014 2:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM PT

Next – Upcoming Webinars – August, 2014.

06 Jun 2014

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Monthly Industry Roundup: May, 2014


NEW MEDIA GURU (NMG) is now Online partner for NASSCOM Product conclave India NASSCOM 10k Project is aimed at helping 10,000 startups to germinate & grow in India. NASSCOM joined hands with Nw Media Guru (NMG) to make the event website and handle online marketing after interaction in the orbit shift program. NASSCOM Product Conclave 2014 is an event spread over a couple of days, filled with activities involving thousands of Healthcare, Retail, Education and Fintech industry men and practitioners interacting, learning and sharing.


In a May 2014, Gartner described Amazon Web Services (AWS) as “a cloud-focused service provider with a very pure vision of highly automated, cost-effective IT capabilities, delivered in a flexible, on-demand manner,” and placed AWS in the upper right of its Magic Quadrant analysis, meaning that AWS was a complete and effective solution for online businesses. From the perspective of an eCommerce business, AWS, like other cloud IaaS providers, can offer the flexibility and scalability required to improve site performance and manage peak shopping periods like Cyber Monday. Read full analysis here!

Bitcoin, the best known of several virtual payment currencies, has made inroads into mainstream commerce, including brick-and-mortar retailers. Those ecommerce merchants that accept Bitcoin are selling products that attract younger millennial consumers who are comfortable with cutting edge technology. In a recent survey by SurveyMonkey, it is found that while 64 percent of respondents have heard of Bitcoin, only 11 percent have used it. Fifty-four percent stated that they were not likely to use Bitcoin in the future. Read about the disadvantages and Benefits of Accepting Digital Currencies!

Grocery retailers need to catch up to consumer expectations on mobile! Savvy Marketing has recently published a report on the digital shopper landscape. 71% of UK shoppers currently own a Smartphone and 78% say that they will own one by the end of 2014. Consumers believe they should be able to perform all basic shopping tasks with their Smartphones, including collecting and storing vouchers to searching for product information.


Microsoft announces a preview release of ASP.NET Session State Provider for Redis. Redis is an open source, BSD licensed, advanced key-value store. It is often referred to as a data structure server since keys can contain strings, hashes, lists, sets and sorted sets. Read in detail…

The .NET languages team recently announced the availability and open sourcing of a public preview of “Roslyn”, the new .NET Compiler Platform. This is the long awaited .NET “compiler as a service” that represents the future of languages and compilation for .NET. You can download a preview including new compilers and Visual Studio tooling that enable you to explore upcoming features in the languages and Visual Studio editor. Check out how to use these new features.

Visual Studio team added new features to the recently launched RTM version of Visual Studio 2013 Update 2.  New features in the RTM release since RC release-

  • The JSON editor now supports the format command, better intelliSense filtering, auto structure completion, and has beautified the default colorization
  • All the localized languages supported by VS2013 RTM have been updated for this release.
  • Knockout IntelliSense is re-enabled in this release.
  • Additional CSS selector IntelliSense in the CSS/LESS/SASS editors. These were rolled up from Web Essentials (the Web Essentials 2.0 RC version removed them when released for VS2013 Update 2 RC).
    • HTML element names
    • Class names
    • IDs
    • Attribute names
    • Attribute values


Many exciting conferences have already featured some of the industry’s most illustrious speakers in the first half of 2014, however, there are quite a few more to come! Take a look at the round-up of conferences taking place this year from June onwards in the design world. Keep in mind that there’s always a benefit to attending any event, and a strong chance that you’ll be exposed to a large amount of new information, so be prepared to absorb the latest techniques brought to you by distinguished authors and speakers!


Now, Call-to-Action overlays on promoted YouTube videos will have a new look and feel across both desktop and mobile. The two lines of accompanying text will be gone, leaving a single line call-to-action, giving more real estate to video content. Google Adwords will make this change automatically so you won’t need to make any changes to existing CTAs. Read More!

Introducing new call conversion settings. For many businesses, not all phone calls are valued the same. In the coming weeks, Google Adwords is launching new, flexible controls for mobile click-to-call ads to help drive the calls that are most valuable to your business. These new call conversion settings are available in countries where Google forwarding numbers are available. You can learn more about these new call conversion settings here.

Google Adwords announces the Google Analytics and AdWords account linking process is becoming even more streamlined, making it easier for advertisers to quickly gain rich insights. The new linking process allows you to link multiple AdWords accounts all at once. This enables more tightly controlled linking access to each Google Analytics property. This will enable…

  • Enable Bulk AdWords Account Linking
  • Discover Unlinked Accounts
  • Gain More Granular Control

Read the official announcement!


Mobile data traffic is rocketing up 81%, mostly thanks to so many people gluing their eyes to video. As a result, mobile use of the Internet now stands at 25% of the total, up from 14% last year. Mobile is a trend that is reshaping communication. Know how!

Report: Mobile Video Ad Consumption Rises, Native Ads Yielding Higher Engagement Rates.  As per the latest study by Celtra – video play rates on standard ads have held steady just above 12 percent. Play rates were highest on standard ads at 12.2 percent compared to 9.4 percent for native ads. However, native ads performed better on video completion with 77.3 percent completion rates versus 52.4 percent for standard ads. Across both ad formats, video play and completion rates were higher when they were shown in-app versus on mobile web. Not surprising, video ads were more likely to be played and completed on tablets than on smartphones.

Microsoft recently announced its all-important mobile offerings:

  • Office mobile app management with Windows Intune – Later this year, Intune and Office 365 will deliver protected mobile productivity across Office for iPad, iPhone and Android phones including Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook Web App
  • Microsoft Azure RemoteApp – Available today in preview, Azure RemoteApp helps companies give mobile employees access to Windows applications across a range of devices.


Google’s Matt Cutts announced on Twitter that they have released version 4.0 of the Google Panda algorithm. Google’s Panda algorithm is designed to prevent sites with poor quality content from working their way into Google’s top search results. Panda 4.0 must be a major update to the actual algorithm versus just a data refresh. Meaning, Google has made changes to how Panda identifies sites and has released a new version of the algorithm in May, 2014. Some have noted that press releases may have also been hit big time., PR Newswire, BusinessWire and PRLog all seem to have lost significant rankings in Google on a large scale since Panda 4.0 hit.

Google has announced on the Google Webmaster Central blog that in the “coming days” they will be releasing a new tool to help debug your site’s JavaScript issues. Specifically, Google is going to show you if they have issues crawling and indexing your site because of JavaScript implementation mistakes. Read More.

Google decides to spare users the frustration of landing on irrelevant pages and help webmasters fix the faulty redirects. Starting this month the English search results in the US, whenever Google detects that Smartphone users are redirected to a homepage instead of the page they asked for, they may note it below the result. If users still wish to proceed to the page, they can click “Try anyway”! Read full story…

Google has published their official advice on the Google Webmaster Central blog on how to handle your home page when your web site serves multiple languages and countries. There are three ways to configure your homepage / landing page when your users access it:

  • Show everyone the same content
  • Let users choose
  • Serve content depending on users’ localization and language

Google supports all these options, but gives guidance in this post on how to handle it in all these cases.


The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.4.28, PHP 5.6.0 beta2, PHP 5.5.13, PHP 5.4.29 and PHP 5.6.0 beta3 (source: These releases add new features and encouraged PHP users to use upgraded versions. PHP 5.6.0 beta3 is a bugfix-only release. All users of PHP are encouraged to test this version carefully, and report any bugs in the bug tracking system.

Another threat to your corporate website discovered! Your website can fall victim to a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack. DDoS attacks sabotage corporate websites to make them unavailable to legitimate visitors. And here’s the really scary part: The very DDoS protection service you contracted to guard your website just might be responsible for destroying your site — or someone else’s site. Read about this threat in detail Here.


Twitter introduces a new account feature called mute to people who use our iPhone and Android apps and Mute gives you even more control over the content you see on Twitter by letting you remove a user’s content from key parts of your Twitter experience.

Pinterest announced two updates to get a little friendlier with brands. Soon, all brands will have access to a brand new analytics dashboard and the ability to use Promoted Pins. This update could help you amplify your efforts and actually know if those efforts are paying off. The main takeaway you need to know is that both of these features are only available to those of us with business accounts on Pinterest. Read More!

Facebook on officially launched Business Manager, a tool that lets marketers and agencies manage multiple campaigns via one interface. The tool, which Facebook has been rolling out over the last month, lets you assign roles to people working on various campaigns. Facebook also promises that Business Manager will let agencies and clients securely share campaign materials.  The tool also promises to provide workflows that make it easier to separate personal and business experiences on Facebook.. Read more!

When writing a status update – if you choose to turn the feature on – you’ll have the option to use your phone’s microphone to identify what song is playing or what show or movie is on TV. That means if you want to share that you’re listening to your favorite Beyoncé track or watching the season premiere of Game of Thrones, you can do it quickly and easily, without typing. Check out!


For all who find it difficult to identify traffic patterns from Behavior Flows that include a large number of pages, Google Analytics has announced added support for Content Groupings in the Behavior Flow.  Content Groupings let you group pages and content into a logical structure that reflects how you think about your site. The Behavior Flow view provides a graphical representation of how visitors flow through your site by traffic source (or any other dimension) so you can see their journeys, as well as where they dropped off. Check the official announcement!

Google Analytics already helps you gather deep insights into one website or app at a time. But what if you want to understand the overall performance and interactions of all your company’s digital properties? Google Analytics launches Roll-Up Reporting in Google Analytics Premium to help address this need. Roll-Up Reporting is a single interface that moves your aggregate business data much closer to your high-level business decisions. Know more!

Enterprise customers, service providers, or developers that manage many accounts, so Google Analytics announces to offer 4 new APIs to help you save you time and increase productivity: the new Provisioning API to create new GA accounts (invite only), the AdWords and Filters API to manage configurations, and the Embed API to surface key reports and dashboards. The Analytics team also re-launched the App Gallery as the Partner Gallery, the new destination to find services by Google Analytics Certified Partners and apps by Google Analytics Technology Partners. Check out other Updates from Google Analytics Summit 2014


Buffer, the social media scheduling and analytics tool, is introducing a useful new feature today — the ability to pull RSS feeds into its dashboard. It will allow users of Buffer’s paid product to have an automatically populated queue of content to share on their connected social media accounts. Read more.

How Long Should Your Content Be? Based on research by blog publishing platform Medium, the ideal length of a blog post takes visitors 7 minutes to read. That works out to be between 1,400 and 1,750 words, as the average person reads 200-250 words per minute. Medium found that after 7 minutes, readership started to drop off. Based on this, Moz found that longer posts garner more links.

Some more recent updates and studies on Content Industry-

Get ready to say hello to the next big thing in content marketing technology: the content marketing stack. In the next couple of years, we’ll see offerings from the big enterprise players: Adobe, Oracle and There are many factors driving this latest phase in content marketing evolution, not the least of which is a tangled and complex content marketing vendor landscape. There are well in excess of 110 content marketing tools on the market today, with more appearing all the time. Content stacks are necessary to consolidate the eight content marketing use cases identified in the latest research on the content vendor landscape… Know more!

As 58 percent of B2B marketers plan to increase their content marketing spend over the next 12 months, the amount of content created and published will continue to grow. Here is what 9 experts weigh in on their number-one tip for content optimization, as well as the top optimization mistake they see publishers make. Read on!


Upcoming – Industry Roundup, June, 2014

28 May 2014

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Curated List of Upcoming Webinars for June, 2014

With our commitment to help you navigate the latest industry developments and trends, we are back with the curated list of industry webinars in June, 2014. These webinars have been handpicked by our subject matter experts and will cover basic to medium level of knowledge. The target audience is everyone from a Small business owner, product manager to an IT head or C level executive, who  can bookmark our curated list and attend by signing up for these webinars.  Our monthly curated  list of webinars usually revolves around the following areas:

  • Web Development
  • Cloud computing
  • Mobile App development
  • Digital Marketing
  • Industry trends and briefings

Click below on the webinar title to learn more about a specific webinar.


Cloud: Amazon Web Services


Build high-scale applications with Amazon DynamoDB
Wednesday, June 4, 2014 12:30 AM – 1:30 AM IST

AWS Cost Management with CloudCheckr
Thursday, June 5, 2014 10:30:00 PM  - 11:30:00 PM IST

Web App Security on AWS: Make Shared Security Work for You
Tuesday, June 10, 2014 10:30 PM – 11:00 PM IST

What is Cloud Computing with AWS
Wednesday, June 11, 2014 9:30 PM – 10:30 PM IST

Best Practices to Reduce your AWS TCO with Cloudability
Thursday, June 12, 2014 10:30 PM – 11:30 PM IST

Getting Started with AWS
Wednesday, June 18, 2014 9:30 PM – 10:30 PM IST


Adobe : Digital Media Solutions


Adobe Connect – Online Training Webinar Series

Monday, June 2 – Friday, June 6, 2014 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM US/Pacific

Publishing XML from FrameMaker 12 to a “state-of-the-art” HTML5 eReader

Tuesday, June 17, 2014 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM US/Pacific


Magento Commerce: Web Development


Let’s talk about “the Amazon in the room”

Wednesday, June 4, 2014 9:00am PDT

Using Qualitative Data and Testing Tools to Increase Revenue

Monday, June 18, 2014 9:00am PDT

Win the Digital Marketing “Game of Clouds”

Wednesday, June 25, 2014 9:00am CLT


Drupal: Web Development


Securing Drupal and the tools to test it

Tuesday, June 24, 2014 8:30 PM – 9:30 PM IST

DIY Continuous Integration – Know it. Do it.

Tuesday, June 17, 2014 8:30 PM – 9:30 PM IST


Content Marketing


Getting Buy-In from the C-Suite

Wednesday, June 11, 2014 2:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM PT



Next – Upcoming Webinars – July, 2014.