All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Dashboard’
Google is continually updating its Webmaster Tools to bring the best features to users. This week brings some pretty major changes in the form of an updated navigation, new dashboard, and a compact view for the home page site-list. The features that you know and love in Webmaster Tools have been regrouped which facilitated a change in the navigation structure. …
If you’re connected to Xbox Live, then today you’ll enjoy an update to the Xbox 360 dashboard. Generally, Microsoft will make some cosmetic changes and perhaps add new features or menus to try and make the interface more accessible and interesting. With their latest update, they’ve instead decided to make things a tad more difficult for people and mess with …
Yahoo News teamed up with Yahoo Buzz to come up with a Political Dashboard for anybody interested in following the traveling circus, er, race to the White House.
In addition to the latest polls, the dashboard also tracks current search buzz for each candidate as Yahoo users look for more information. It also keeps track of how much money each candidate has raised.
Buying in bulk is great until you actually have to transport and store 50 gallons of peanut butter or whatever else is at stake. Uploading in bulk also has its share of problems, but Google Base has introduced a new bulk upload dashboard to make things simpler.
It is very important for enterprises to have relevant information about the processes of customers as well as business processes.
As marketing performance management (MPM) evolves, I anticipate that marketing and lead generation dashboards will likely be a hot topic.
Apple’s new version of their OS X operating system, called Tiger, is preparing to hit the market, and it appears it will do so running at full speed. Boasting over 200 new features, including one of the more robust desktop search applications, Tiger seems to be in a position to become one of, if not the, best operating system available to computer users.
Apple is preparing to go to another level with its upcoming OS. Offering what is being called “The World’s Most Advanced Operating System,” today Apple announced the highly anticipated next version of its Mac OS X, which now resides at 10.4, called Tiger will be available to consumers on Friday, April 29th.