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29
Nov 2016

Essential Big Data Tools for Optimal Efficiency

by Geoffrey Lee | 29th November, 2016 |
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Data is difficult. The entire process of collecting, handling, and analyzing data can be not only tedious and time-consuming but incredibly dull and monotonous. Despite these problems, however, data is invaluable—because it is one of the most efficient ways for a company to understand its customers.

 

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22
Nov 2016

Mobile Madness: How Developing an App Can Amplify Your Business

by Geoffrey Lee | 22th November, 2016 |
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If you want to take your business to the next level, start by asking yourself how accessible you are to your target demographic. Whether you’re selling a product or simply blogging, you won’t get anywhere without the right tools for success. Whether you’re a multinational corporation or a five-person startup, having a mobile app will take you from an 8 on the accessibility scale to a 10. This means that you can reach more people and build up a loyal base of customers, clients, or fans.

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18
Nov 2016

Use Custom Applications to Improve Your Training

by Geoffrey Lee | 18th November, 2016 |
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Every employer wants to make employee onboarding and training more effective and efficient. Traditional training takes a lot of time, money, and resources—and is dreaded by trainers and employees alike. Hours of classroom time, lectures, and printed materials aren’t necessarily the best way to train new employees or ensure continuing proficiency. Fortunately, today’s interactive technology is making training both more effective and more enjoyable.

 

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17
Nov 2016

Qumu: Why Implementation Matters in the Distribution of Video Content

by Geoffrey Lee | 17th November, 2016 |
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Today, technology is growing and expanding at an exponential pace. The ways that we consume online media are continually evolving, and for brands, it’s essential to keep pace. Your business is always looking for the most effective ways to broadcast your message to your audience of potential clients or consumers, but yesterday’s media channels won’t necessarily be effective going forward. Nowadays, it’s essential to leverage multiple types of media to reach as many people as you can as effectively as possible.

 

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07
Nov 2016

How Video Content Can Streamline Employee Productivity

by Geoffrey Lee | 07th November, 2016 |
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In any office, it is reasonable to expect that employee efficiency and productivity should improve over time. Even if your productivity is already impressive, there are always options for further streamlining workflows. Surprisingly, video content can go a long way toward fostering improved worker productivity. The keys to this are collaboration and communication: two things that video excels at. In the past, productivity was all about staying in your cubicle and working quietly. But today, collaborative, team-centric environments are proving themselves to be more productive, innovative, and effective than ever before. In the spirit of today’s open office atmospheres, video is revolutionizing the way people work.

 

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04
Nov 2016

Effectively Employing Algorithms for Data Visualization

by Geoffrey Lee | 04th November, 2016 |
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Many people think of data visualization as a logical “next step” in the data manipulation process. They’ve gone through the process of collecting data, cleaning data, mining data, and analyzing data, all of which can be a pretty demanding ordeal. So when they arrive at the visualization step, they start imagining bars, graphs and pie charts, similar to the ones you’d make in school. Easy as pie, right?

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31
Oct 2016

Developing Robust Data Analysis Techniques

by Geoffrey Lee | 31th October, 2016 |
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Data analysis can be challenging. Sometimes, it might seem like you’re playing a game of Minesweeper: You’re looking at little white boxes with numbers inside of them, and one small error could have a catastrophic effect on the entire system. The difference is that Minesweeper is a harmless but challenging brain game, while data analysis has real world consequences.

 

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27
Oct 2016

Communicate Better with Customers with Custom Software Development

by Geoffrey Lee | 27th October, 2016 |
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If you’re a business owner, you know that running a business in today’s world involves not only mastering traditional business responsibilities but also using modern technology well. As the economy becomes more tech-forward, small businesses customarily use technology that was once available only to big business customers, like tax and accounting programs, cloud-based software, and web-based marketing solutions.

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26
Oct 2016

Delivering Content NOW: The Benefits of Live Streaming with Qumu

by Geoffrey Lee | 26th October, 2016 |
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Long before Facebook introduced live streaming, there was Stickam. Launched way back in 2005 during the MySpace era (early Web 2.0), Stickam was a social networking site based on video streaming and live chat. Small brands, like independent clothing lines and up-and-coming unsigned musical artists, took full advantage of this innovative new way to connect with audiences.

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22
Oct 2016

Data Mining: Make Sense of the Numbers Using Skill & Software

by Geoffrey Lee | 22th October, 2016 |
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Data collection tools and techniques have improved significantly, leaving companies with vast amounts of data—billions or even trillions of data points. There are many ways you can use this data: to improve customer satisfaction, to deliver a better product, or to raise morale among your employees. You’ve collected all this data through surveys, questionnaires, tracking software, and other means, and compiled it into spreadsheets.

But there’s a problem: the data as collected isn’t organized or structured. All you see is numbers. You thought that data collection was the panacea that would revolutionize your company, but raw data is only the beginning; alone, the numbers don’t do much.

 

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