Content Insider #483 - Little But By Miles Weston We know you take storage for granted except when it's slow, not available, dies. But filmmakers are always thinking about their storage. They don't want much just fast, rugged, reliable, HUGE and inexpensive. No I didn't say cheap I said inexpensive and it was the last check mark for the filmmaker because reshooting is way too expensive and often impossible. At FMS (Flash Memory Summit) awhile ago industry experts - manufacturers, integrators and filmmakers - spent a day telling the attendees how they work, how they use flash and what they need to handle the growing volume of content they capture, process, produce and finalize for folks to consume at the theater as well as on their TVs, computers, tablets, smartphones. Great content is too valuable to lose. Just ask the people who make their living as creative visual/audio storytellers. ...Read More »
Game of Thrones - The Story of Marketing By Ankita Kaushik, Product Evangelist What is that first thing that comes to your mind when you hear 'Game of Thrones'? No, it's not the Iron Throne. It is 'Jon Snow', 'Daenerys Targaryen' or 'Cersei Lannister'; the characters of this series that come to your mind. That's the kind of impact they have on us, the audience. Now how would you feel if I asked you to compare the characters from GoT to digital marketing roles. Sounds weird? But, it is not. If you actually analyze these two elements together, you can spot many similarities. Picture this ' Cersei was playing up to Margaery, but only to get to the Iron Throne. Isn't that similar to how a web designer is dependent on SEO but only for a better Google ranking? ...Read More »
EU Apple Ruling Heralds Twilight of Easy European Tax Deals By Bloomberg News (Bloomberg) -- The days when big U.S. technology companies could easily slice tax bills in Europe are coming to an end. ...Read More »
Apple Ireland Ruling Heralds Twilight of Easy European Tax Deals By Bloomberg News (Bloomberg) -- The days when big U.S. technology companies could easily slice tax bills in Europe are coming to an end. ...Read More »
Apple Said to Prepare IPad Upgrades and Refreshed Mac Lineup By Bloomberg News (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. is developing new features for the iPad to cater to professional users, along with new Mac laptops and desktops, according to people familiar with the matter. ...Read More »
Apple Weighs IPhone Video Editing App in Renewed Push on Social By Bloomberg News (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc., seeking to capitalize on the popularity of social networks, is developing a video sharing and editing application and is testing new related features for its iPhone and iPad operating systems. ...Read More »
Dont Assume Youre Too Small to Attract Cybercrime By Keith Loria for America's Backbone Weekly Hackers follow the path of least resistance, and often view small- and medium-businesses as the best entry points to a larger organization. Heres how you can improve your cyber security. ...Read More »
Should You Encourage Your Patients to Explore "The Quantified Self? By Craig Mellow for America's Backbone Weekly The pros and cons of measuring everything you do and consume to improve your health. ...Read More »
Using Wireless Technology to Track Inventory By SooJi Min for America's Backbone Weekly Construction sweeping business LoRe Sweeping cleans up its bottom line with fleet-management software. ...Read More »
Is Wireless Text Messaging the Right Marketing Solution for Your Business? By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Capitalize on consumers' love affairs with their phones. ...Read More »
Why Your Website Should Be Mobile-Friendly By Christopher Walljasper for America's Backbone Weekly Reaching customers through their phones. ...Read More »
The Pros and Cons of Encrypted Messaging for Your Business By Amy Beth Miller for America's Backbone Weekly Not everyone needs secure messaging. Heres how to find out if your small business does. ...Read More »
Defining Innovation for Businesses in the Digital Age By Cheryl Lock for America's Backbone Weekly What if you looked outside technology for innovation inspiration? For small businesses, thats key. ...Read More »
Engage Customers With Inexpensive DIY Videos By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Capture customers' attention with unique videos shot with your smartphone. ...Read More »
New Payment Systems Create New Opportunities By Nick Pell for America's Backbone Weekly Moving to a mobile, online payment system means more business, and the technology can lower costs and increase sales. ...Read More »
Are QR Codes Dying Out? By SooJi Min for America's Backbone Weekly The pros and cons of QR codes and how to determine whether they can help you connect with your customers. ...Read More »
Project Collaboration Software Can Help Your Business Run More Efficiently By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Eight platforms that improve the productivity and efficiency of teamwork. ...Read More »
Is Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) the Right Policy for Your Business? By Dana Lindahl for America's Backbone Weekly If security is a concern youll probably want to issue your own devices. Otherwise, it's worth weighing up the costs and benefits of letting employees use their own devices. ...Read More »
Its Time to Ditch the Cash Register By Cheryl Lock for America's Backbone Weekly Mobile payment systems bring several advantages for small business owners, many of which arent immediately obvious. ...Read More »
Apple Said to Plan First Pro Laptop Overhaul in Four Years By Bloomberg News (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. is preparing the first significant overhaul of its MacBook Pro laptop line in over four years, according to people familiar with the matter, using one of its older products to help reverse two quarters of sliding sales. ...Read More »
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