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Thom Craver

Thom Craver

Vice President, Development and IT

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Articles by Thom Craver

  1. Adobe Adds Cloud-Based Mobile Services

    Adobe has released new mobile services as part of the Adobe Marketing Cloud. The new service launched today and is fully integrated with both Adobe Analytics and Adobe Target, their testing and targeting service in the Adobe Marketing Cloud.

  2. Adobe Analytics Adds 6 New Features

    Adobe has revealed an extensive list of new features that extend functionality for their customers – including predictive analytics and anomaly detection, expanded real-time reporting and mobile analytics capabilities, and video metrics reports.

  3. Bing Adds Klout-Verified Snapshots to Search Results

    This new snapshot will enable you to verify and manage how you appear in Bing search results, based on the public portions of LinkedIn and Twitter profiles. It includes a public LinkedIn summary, links to social profiles, your Klout score, and more.

  4. Bing Redesigns Search Experience, Introduces New Logo

    The new look was designed to unite Bing with Microsoft's "One Microsoft" vision. The new design is a more organized, two-column layout with plenty of whitespace. Bing has also enhanced several other search features. Here's the full rundown.

  5. Bing Gets Trendy With Video, News Redesigns

    Two of Bing's search products got makeovers this week. Bing Video has streamlined its look with a redesign from the ground up. And Bing News also got an updated look, with a more natural feel for reading headlines and trending stories.

  6. New Bing Product Search Launches

    Big changes are coming to Bing's shopping results. Bing announced it is integrating shopping information directly into the main search results to show users product features, specifications, reviews, and related products.

  7. Google Will Make Starbucks Wi-Fi Faster

    Starting this August, Google will be teaming up with Starbucks to roll out a faster Wi-Fi experience. Starbucks patrons will not only get a caffeine high, they'll get high WiFi speeds – up to 10x that of current speeds, according to Google.

  8. Google Analytics Revolutionizes Advanced Segments

    Google Analytics has announced several changes to segmentation are starting to roll out. Updates include segmentation based on users (not visits), cohort analysis, six new segment templates, and a new interface. Here's a rundown of what's new.