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BAPI is a premier event, held for senior decision-makers and executives from some of the world’s most renowned brands and organizations. As businesses confront the same challenges of ongoing growth...
by Megan Gebhart / October 27, 2014
Don't Miss BAPI NYC on October 8th and BAPI London October 29th. The Business of APIs Conference (BAPI) is an premier event featuring 150 senior decision-makers and executives from some of the world’...
by Megan Gebhart / September 24, 2014
This post was inspried by a webinar How APIs Deliver Exceptional User Experience featuring News Corp. For the full webinar click here.  When you are one of the largest media corporations in the world...
by Megan Gebhart / August 21, 2014
Join Gartner Research Vice President, Paolo Malinverno, and Intel® Services Head of Product, Chris Lippi, as they discuss the future of the digital economy and the evolution of API management August...
by Jay Manciocchi / July 31, 2014
The 2013 holiday season saw more wearable technology items, or wearables, on wish lists than in previous years. The term “wearable tech” grew into the biggest buzzword in consumer electronics last...
by Devon Biondi / January 14, 2014
Comcast is one of Fortune’s 2013 top 100 companies.  It recently turned 50 years old, with over 125,000 employees spread throughout the world, now including NBCUniversal. Suffice to say, Comcast is...
by Hai Thai, Guest Contributor / December 10, 2013
As one of the first media companies to open an API, USA TODAY has been able to negotiate and execute new partnerships with distributors, device makers, and agencies, faster than ever before.Speed to...
by Sara Reiner / August 06, 2013
The future of TV has been a very popular topic recently.  With Netflix putting out original content that is getting Emmy recognition, Aereo winning legal battles against the major networks, Google...
by Sasha Kamenetska / August 01, 2013
By opening up their API to the public, Rotten Tomatoes has seen a sharp increases in business partnerships and audience growth. Prior to the release of their public API, Rotten Tomatoes was only able...
by Sara Reiner / July 31, 2013
On July 4th, Jay-Z fans who owned a Samsung Galaxy smartphone felt anything but independence when they were gifted a special promotional offer to receive Jay-Z latest album, Magna Carter… Holy Grail...
by Justin Hypes / July 25, 2013

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