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Digital Solutions | July 4, 2022
Take Your HCL Digital Experience Deployment to Your Cloud of Choice with HCL Now
HCL is excited to announce the availability of HCL Digital Experience (DX) on the HCL Now cloud-native-as-a-service platform.
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Digital Solutions | June 2, 2022
Introducing New HCL Digital Experience Cloud-Native 9.5 Bundle with User Session Pricing
HCL Digital Experience v9.5 is a powerful digital experience platform optimized for deployment to Kubernetes container environments.
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Digital Solutions | January 9, 2022
The Banking Industry Is Being Totally Disrupted. Are You Ready to Solve These Challenges?
Dramatic digital transformation requires innovative solutions. Learn what you need for a digital experience platform to succeed.
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Digital Solutions | October 28, 2020
The 3 Capabilities Your Digital Experience Needs to Offer
Don’t get stuck with a drummer with poor timing or a guitarist who plays out of key.  Combine the best elements in one place you’ll have a successful band playing to a satisfied audience.  
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Cloud Native | October 27, 2020
4 Features of a Cloud-Native Digital Experience
Cloud-native applications and services are being adopted by more enterprises because of the adaptability and flexibility they provide.  The apps are developed to be agile, automated, and easily scaled up or down depending on need.   
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Digital Solutions | September 2, 2020
What Are Kubernetes and Docker? And Why Should They Be Part of Your Digital Solution?
Developers are becoming increasingly used to hearing the names Kubernetes and Docker in conjunction with one another. They’re both technologies associated with containers (packages of software that include all of the parts required to run an app, like the code and system libraries), but a common misconception is that they’re competing solutions. Developers might be familiar with “Kubernetes vs. Docker” discussions when, in fact, using Kubernetes with Docker is an excellent method of running containerized applications. But to understand what that means, we first have to look at what each platform does separately.  What Does Docker do?  Docker is currently the most popular container platform. In this context, containers are the solution to a classic developer dilemma: Often developers will write code that works perfectly well on their own machine, but fails when they try to implement it into the program it needs to live in. Containers are the solution to this dilemma — developers can package their code into one cohesive container image, which can then be run on any computer that also hosts a container platform.   30% of enterprise companies use Docker, and that number is steadily rising. If a developer can benefit from containerization, chances are they’ll look to Docker for their solution.  So, What Does Kubernetes Do, and How are They Related?  Now that you have a grasp on what Docker does and why it’s an important tool to be aware of, the first thing that’s important to understand about the Docker/Kubernetes relationship is that the two technologies serve fundamentally different purposes. As the Container Journal nicely put it, “Kubernetes takes containerization technology ... and turns it up to 11.”   Kubernetes arrived as a solution to the next conundrum that comes with containerization: Now that the containers exist, how can they be organized? If Docker is in charge of packaging and distributing an application, Kubernetes is in charge of scaling and monitoring those...
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Digital Solutions | August 18, 2020
IBM WebSphere Portal (or IBM Digital Experience) is now HCL Digital Experience and That’s a Good Thing. It’s time to upgrade
Learn more about how you can upgrade to take advantage of all these new features by signing up for a free workshop where we will work directly with you to provide a personalized upgrade plan and go over any questions you may have. 
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Digital Solutions | August 6, 2020
5 Ways an Intranet Can Drive Employee Productivity and Engagement
An intranet is a private, secure computer network that is only accessible internally (thus, the “in” in its prefix) to a company’s employees.  Intranets surfaced in tandem with the internet in the 1990s and exist as a secure alternative to the public internet network that could be used by anyone online. It can be an integral tool for enterprises looking to improve employee communication and engagement. Employment engagement is key to an organization’s success. A recent Gallup study1 said that only a third of employees are truly engaged in their work — and that organizations with higher engagement levels are not only more productive, they achieve four times higher earnings per share growth.  An intranet platform provides enterprises with useful collaboration tools that can open up dialogue among co-workers while streamlining certain processes within the organization as a whole. A good one also serves as a vital tool for sharing HR and other information, as well as providing operational and computer services within an organization. Let’s look at five ways the intranet can boost productivity in the workplace.  1. Improved Communication  Not only can it act as a direct link between staff from all departments within a sprawling organizational flow chart, it can host blogs and forums that provide employees with a unique outlet to collaborate. An intranet network can allow employees to communicate in creative and empowering ways that might not otherwise occur, promoting a much-needed sense of community. Given the way the world has moved more toward remote work, this is more important than ever.   Intranets can have communities and discussion boards, so that instead of employees having to sift through an unwieldy company directory to find another staff member, they can easily use the intranet to connect with them and quickly enhance the work they are doing.   Additionally, an intranet network can distribute company updates, alerts and action items efficiently to everyone, saving time and streamlining internal...
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