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Meet Fusion Alliance at the Southwest Ohio PMI Conference

Professional project managers from 300 top companies will gather on April 15-16 in Cincinnati for the Southwest Ohio Chapter of the Project Management Institute. Now in its 7th year, this mega event is the premiere project, program, and portfolio event in the Tri-State. Will you be there? Hundreds of PMs will be there to broaden…

Are You Feeding the Google Hummingbird?

Written in collaboration with Fusion SEO Analyst, Maricela Mejia By now you’re probably well aware of Hummingbird, Google’s latest search algorithm which took flight in the fall of ’13.  You may have heard that it’s designed to be more precise…and provide faster search results (hence the name “hummingbird”), and that’ it’s based on semantic search which…

Fusion Consultant Authors “Pro Drupal as an Enterprise Platform”

A Blog Squad collaboration with Fusion Content Strategist Lisa Ruff and Project Manager Jan Evans About a year ago, we wrote a blog featuring Fusion’s AppDev Discipline Lead, Jamie Kurtz, and the January 2013 release of his first book, ASP.NET MVC4 and the Web API: Building a REST Service from Start to Finish.  When we talked…

8 Articles to Get Up to Speed on Tech in 2014

Drones delivering packages. 3-D printing. Wearable technology. 2014 is shaping up to be an exciting year in tech. Not quite current with the latest gizmos, gadgets, and digital doodads? No problem!  Here are some stories, video, pictures, and commentary on the technology forecast for 2014. Get ready to be blown away! From wearable technology to…

Save Time and Automate Social Tasks with IFTTT

I recently wrote about how Buffer can help you easily share great content to your social profiles without having to spend all day online. IFTTT is another web app that can help you automate tasks you want to accomplish so you can spend your time on more important things. Quite simply, IFTTT (short for If…

New for 2014: Requirements Socialization

When we talk about Analysis we usually think about the two areas of a software development project when Analysts are “front and center:” Requirements Elicitation and Documentation.  In a project using a waterfall approach we gather requirements through elicitation and then lock in those requirements with the documentation. Using an iterative approach, we do the…