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Meeting Room of the Future By Jonathan Priestley, Senior Vice President of MultiTaction Millennials are the 20th century's last generation and the first truly digital generation. They already comprise 80 million people in the USA and they will define and shape the world of work for years to come. So it is important for organisations to understand how best to engage with them and nowhere more so than in the sphere of technology. ...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 »
Top Etiquette Rules for Video Conferencing By Paul Fitzgerald for America's Backbone Weekly What you need to know when the camera is on. ...Read More »
Portable Videoconferencing for Business By Amy Beth Miller for America's Backbone Weekly Businesses of all sizes can now afford to connect quickly with customers, vendors and remote employees anytime and anywhere. ...Read More »
Train Employees on a Budget By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Use online technology to easily and affordably develop employees' skills. ...Read More »
Study Guide By Lotus Abrams for America's Backbone Weekly 5 new books that help small business owners think big ...Read More »
Send Your Creativity Through the Roof With the Latest Apps By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Let technology guide you to innovate and problem solve. ...Read More »
Send Your Creativity Through the Roof With the Latest Apps By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Let technology guide you to innovate and problem solve. ...Read More »
RED GIANT OFFLOAD By Ko Maruyama It's a media copy application for easily backup and - hey - OFFLOADING your footage from a removable camera media card to somewhere else. Simple enough for almost anyone on set to use. ...Read More »
Microsoft's Office Apps For IPad Ushers In New Era By DMO Affiliate Microsoft has released an iPad version of its popular Office software suite, a breakthrough heralding a new era under a CEO who promises to focus more on the devices that people are using instead of trying to protect the company's lucrative Windows franchise. Thursday's unveiling of the much-anticipated iPad apps for Microsoft's bundle of word processing, spreadsheet and presentation software comes nearly four years after Apple released the tablet computer that has contributed to a steady decline in sales of desktop and laptop machines running on the Windows operating system. ...Read More »
At Long Last, Microsoft Brings Office To The IPad By DMO Affiliate Its taken a while but the moment has finally arrived for iPad users who are also fans of Microsofts world-class productivity software. Microsoft on Thursday announced that it is bringing a touch-centric versions of key Office suite apps — including Word, Excel and PowerPoint — to the iPad for the first time, roughly nine months after Microsoft unveiled Office for the iPhone . Microsoft says that bringing Office to Apples tablet is a way to “empower people to be productive and to “do more across all devices.” ...Read More »
Forget Using Smartphone Cams! By David Hague Lately, users have shied away from using lower priced camcorders in favor of shooting video with their smartphones and this is a bit sad in my opinion. The quality of footage from a phone can never replicate that of even the least expensive of genuine camcorders due to a number of factors, not the least being the lens. The physical design is also a factor; camcorders are built the way they are for a reason, primarily the ergonomics with everything at your fingertips. And of course, the camcorder is always the right way up, shooting proper 16:9 high definition footage (PROPER high def) in landscape mode and not portrait as smartphones do. So which are the best low cost camcorders on the market? With a budget of $500, we wondered just what you could get... ...Read More »
Mitigate Mobile Cross-platform Headaches By Tim Kridel for Digital Innovation Gazette When it comes to operating systems, the mobile world is a poster child for fragmentation. The good news: A growing selection of cross-platform development tools can help. ...Read More »
Whats Your Ultimate Tech Wish List? IT pro Andrew S. Baker shares his vision of the perfect tech-enabled workplace, including optimal cloud solutions, mobile tech and more. ...Read More »
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 for the Videographer By Jeremiah Hall I have never used the previous versions of Lightroom, since most of my time was taken up with Avid, After Effects and Final Cut Pro. When I needed to do something with stills, I used Photoshop. When I got the chance to try Lightroom 4, I jumped at the chance, but I was more interested in the video capabilities than I was in the photographic features and tools. Lightroom 4 will not be replacing Premiere or Photoshop, it's not designed for heavy photo or video editing. You can't cut your movie masterpiece with it. But if you're a DSLR shooter, I can see it becoming a very useful tool in your arsenal. ...Read More »
Samsung projecting rapid smartphone growth By DMO Affiliate Samsung has unveiled a new smartphone which allows users to display multimedia content on walls using an inbuilt projector, as the company aims to corner and even greater slice of the mobile market. ...Read More »
Inside the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University By Brian Taylor for Digital Innovation Gazette Whether youre an aspiring game developer or a career digital artist, a look inside the distinguished Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University will show you what technology is out there and whats on the horizon. ...Read More »
Whats Your Ultimate Tech Wish List? IT pro Andrew S. Baker shares his vision of the perfect tech-enabled workplace, including optimal cloud solutions, mobile tech and more. ...Read More »
Why CIOs Are Choosing the Cloud Have you considered the cloud for your small business yet? Here are four reasons CIOs are making the move -- and why you should too. ...Read More »
Is Ubicomp at a Tipping Point? By Tim Kridel for Intelligence In Software Ubiquitous computing is moving out of the lab and into the mainstream. Bo Begole, head of PARC`s Ubiquitous Computing Area, explains what it means for enterprises and consumers. ...Read More »
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