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Bad news, desktop-focused developers: your game has changed. Well, maybe shifted is a better word — in today’s land of ever-increasing mobility, users care less about which of their devices delivers the goods, and more about how those goods are being delivered. In other words, it’s all about the apps. Accessibility is More About Platforms…Read Full Article
Agile business is about a lot of things — adaptability, disruptions, dealing with failure, standing meetings. One major decision companies are facing is the idea of becoming a truly social business versus a business that simply implements a social strategy. The key difference is whether or not efforts in social media translate into real benefits…Read Full Article
Honestly you guys, I don’t even know why we’re still debating whether or not the whole work-from-home perk should be something companies allow. Of course, this is the opinion of someone who entered the workforce as a remote freelancer and spent three years in her pajamas, but there’s hard supporting evidence too. How do I…Read Full Article
Today Mindjet’s very own Chief Products Officer, Blaine Mathieu, presented to a standing-room-only session at SXSW Interactive. Titled “There is an ‘I’ in T-E-A-M” the discussion took the common notion that all boats rise with the tide and flipped it on its ear. With BYOD and Millennials forever changing the workplace, teamwork might be more…Read Full Article
With new technologies becoming our most cherished pocket companions, Altimeter’s Chris Silva posits that the future of work is already here. The question is how are we and the companies we work for capitalizing on it? In our third session on the Connected Workplace, Silva looks at this and takes a left jab at unintended…Read Full Article
When XBOX first announced its pending release of the Kinect in 2009, they did so under the codename “Project Natal,” and a lot of people completely freaked out. Part of the panic was due to the functionality of the device — the motion-sensing, webcam-enabled peripheral for the more traditional 360 was one (large) step beyond…Read Full Article
In my second sit-down with Altimeter’s Chris Silva we explore drivers behind a more connected workplace and what that means to companies who want to unlock the wealth of information that is often hidden. Companies that can expose and leverage this information, so that everyone can use it, will benefit. It follows that this more…Read Full Article