Video: Adobe to acquire Magento Commerce for $1.68 billion OK, this section, part two of the Adobe Digital Marketing Summit has been weighing on my mind for weeks. I've been procrastinating in part because Adobe is such a damned complex company. And now that they bought Magento for e-commerce, even though that wasn't discussed at the Digital Marketing Summit, I have to discuss it here, because it has a potential bearing on one of the things that I'm going to bring up, making this even more complex. Read also: Adobe: Experiencing the experiential (part one) First, to recap: In Adobe part one from a couple of weeks ago, I ran you through two different "tracks": First, how did Adobe do when it came to their actual event? Then, how do you distinguish the kinds of customer experience out there, and which one is Adobe actually focused on? That was important to set the context of Adobe's current and next phase -- where they are, where they are going, and what they need to do to get there. … [Read more...] about Adobe: In the weeds, in the zone (part two)
Merging two word documents
Word processors are ubiquitous in schools, workplaces, and universities, but paying for an Office 365 subscription can add up over time. Merge Word costs the same as one month of Office 365, and you get to keep it for life. In this review I took a look at Merge Word through the lens of it could replace Microsoft Word in an everyday workflow. I came away impressed by Merge Word which packs a lot of bang for its buck, though there are some downsides. The app is available for $9.99 on Windows 10. See at Microsoft Store A familiar interface At first glance, Merge Word will feel extremely familiar to anyone who has used Microsoft Word. In fact, even on further inspection, you could probably fool someone into thinking it was Microsoft Word. It has a familiar ribbon design, page layout, and set of features. It even has various themes that you can switch between including older versions of Office and some attractive dark modes. Merge Word covers all the basic word processing tools such as … [Read more...] about Can Merge Word replace Microsoft Word for only $10?
CINCINNATI & CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 21, 2018--Fifth Third Bancorp (Nasdaq: FITB; www.53.com ) and MB Financial, Inc. (Nasdaq: MBFI; www.mbfinancial.com ) jointly announced today the signing of a definitive merger agreement under which MB Financial, Inc. (“MB Financial”) will merge with Fifth Third Bancorp (“Fifth Third”) in a transaction valued at approximately $4.7 billion. Approximately 90 percent of the consideration will be in stock with the rest in cash.This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20180521005418/en/Based on the closing price of Fifth Third’s common shares on May 18, 2018, common shareholders of MB Financial will receive $54.20 of total consideration, consisting of 1.45 shares of Fifth Third common stock and $5.54 in cash for each share of MB Financial common stock. The consideration implies a premium of approximately 24 percent to MB Financial’s closing … [Read more...] about Fifth Third Bancorp to Merge with MB Financial, Inc. Creating a Leading Retail and Commercial Franchise in the Attractive Chicago Market
Word has always been the workhorse app of the Microsoft Office suite, and Word 2016 is no different than past versions. Nearly everyone who uses Office ends up using Word at some point, whether it be for writing memos, typing up agendas, creating reports, crafting business correspondence or any of a thousand other uses.The current version, Word 2016, was released in late 2015 when the entire Office suite was upgraded, and by now many businesses have moved to it. But although you may have upgraded to the latest version, you might be missing out on some worthwhile features introduced in Word 2016 for Windows — that’s what we’ll look at in this story.Your copy of Word 2016 may be part of the standalone Office software suite or part of an Office 365 subscription for business, home, or education. But that doesn't matter; except as noted below, all the tips here apply to whatever version of Word 2016 you're using.Share this story: IT pros, we hope you’ll pass this … [Read more...] about Word 2016 cheat sheet
posted on 11 May 2013, 13:15 14 2. alltechinside (Posts: 248; Member since: 21 Apr 2013) Microsoft should just kill off the Windows RT line. Majority of the people still don't know the difference between RT and 8 because of poor marketing by microsoft. The price tag doesn't help either. While the idea was good, the execution was terrible. posted on 12 May 2013, 09:13 0 40. DualVoiceCoil (Posts: 5; Member since: 08 Apr 2013) I agree with you! From a marketing standpoint, when I look at Microsoft's TV adds about the Surface, I thought I was looking at a break dancing show having absolutely nothing to do with the product. posted on 12 May 2013, 22:36 0 42. joey_sfb (Posts: 6794; Member since: 29 Mar 2012) I have to ask the store is it RT to avoid buying one from mistake. Most people want the ultraportable convertible for windows 8 running core i3/5/7 posted on 11 May 2013, 13:21 3 4. xperiaDROID (banned) (Posts: 5629; Member since: 08 Mar 2013) Analysts, … [Read more...] about Comments for : Analysts don’t see a future for Windows RT