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Four Ways the Cloud Helps Sales Grow

LoriRichardson
Imagine a time when you can work totally on the go with your mobile device – phone or tablet – to create business, follow-up with customers, train your team, assess your pipeline, and work a smooth system. Not only will those in sales be able to manage their territories this way but also sales leaders will have incredible access to data and insights – even being able to reinforce learning.
Four Ways the Cloud Helps Sales Grow

Generation Y Turns to Mobile and Social for Employee Communications [INFOGRAPHIC]

lbrynleyjones
Geneneration Y’s spend, on average, two hours a day on their smartphone and use six mobile apps a day. By 2020 they will make up 50% of the workforce. Is your organisation ready for the internal mobile comms revolution
Generation Y Turns to Mobile and Social for Employee Communications [INFOGRAPHIC]

Mobile Service Providers Evolve Their Business Model

David H Deans
With profit margins under pressure, most telecom service providers are already considering dramatic cost reduction plans in the new year, such as the immediate adoption of open source software and the piloting of SDN or NFV projects. In particular, mobile service providers are most at risk. This is why they are in the process of evolving their business model -- primarily, in response to the latest global trends in mobile personal communications.
Mobile Service Providers Evolve Their Business Model

The Multiscreen Evolution of Travel Decisions

gonzogonzo
Conducted by comScore and commissioned by Expedia Media Solutions, a study published last week analyzes the importance of desktop, tablets and smartphone devices in online travel content consumption. There are some very interesting findings that confirm how urgent it is becoming for travel and hospitality stakeholders to embrace mobile!
The Multiscreen Evolution of Travel Decisions

Disrupting Work: Are You Ready for 2015? [INFOGRAPHIC]

servantofchaos
Some years ago, while working at SAP, I was involved in a global workforce enablement program. Our challenge was to look ahead to 2015 (yes, we are now almost there), model the future demand for software, services and skills and put in place programs that would ensure there were enough skilled and experienced SAP practitioners available to deliver to the expected demands of our customers. What we realized was that learning could no longer be seen as a single event.
Disrupting Work: Are You Ready for 2015? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Mobile First Means Content First with Responsive Web Design

Chris Horton
As the world goes mobile, brands would do well to take a mobile-first website approach, using responsive web design to emphasize content structure, navigation, and user experience.
Mobile First Means Content First with Responsive Web Design

BYOD 101: A Quick Look at the Risks and Rewards

Rick Delgado
Mobile device management solutions will provide IT with a way to minimize risk. IT will be able to lock down device functionality, limit access, guard against security breaches, and protect critical data. Companies will be able to put BYOD to work for them and manage users effectively.
BYOD 101: A Quick Look at the Risks and Rewards

Everything Is Turning into Facebook

ECole93
Twitter and WhatsApp revealed some new features that suspiciously resemble those already found on Facebook.
Everything Is Turning into Facebook

WhatsApp to Say When Your Text Is Seen

ECole93
WhatsApp have released a new update that shows when the texts you send have been read.
WhatsApp to Say When Your Text Is Seen

Generating Leads with Mobile Marketing

LSue23
How do you make sure that every person on a mobile device has a seamless, optimized experience? You need to put some thought into responsive design and mobile ROI.
Generating Leads with Mobile Marketing