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Wearables in the Enterprise – A Summary Report

Move over BYOD, its BYOW time! Well, marketing folks never give us a dull moment and thanks to Apple Watch, Bring Your Own Wearable (BYOW) is now the in-thing to worry about for the CIO and the CLO. Here are

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Posted in Mobile Learning, Smartphones, Smartwatches, Wearables

Test Strategies for Mobile Apps in the Enterprise

I am diving straight to the point. If you are launching a slew of mobile apps for your enterprise, read on (courtesy – IBM). 1. Characteristics of a High Quality Mobile App The expectations of quality when it comes to

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Posted in Mobile Learning

The Digital Workplace – Rethinking Enterprise Learning and Development

There is a transformation underway that is changing the business landscape. The concept of “Digital Enterprise” is gaining traction. Enterprises are challenging the traditional ways of doing business and interacting with customers. They have no option. If they don’t reinvent

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Posted in Big Data, Cloud Computing, Crowdsourcing, Knowledge Management, Learning, LMS, Mobile Learning, Smartphones, Social Collaboration, Social Learning, Training

DevLearn 2013 Expo Roundup

I am back from attending the Expo at DevLearn 2013 and I am exhausted. First of all, getting to the convention center from the hotel lobby takes a lot of effort and by the time I was done visiting the

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Posted in Augmented Reality, eLearning, Mobile Learning

Emerging Trends: Responsive Web Design

One of the implications of the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) model is the need to deliver content to multiple devices with diverse form factors. Compatibility testing for web applications is no loner to restricted to browser / OS combinations.

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Posted in Mobile Learning, Smartphones

Mobile Learning Adoption in the Enterprise – Gartner Report

Mobile learning has shown a lot of promise in helping enterprises take training delivery out of the classroom. I don’t have to emphasize the industry dynamics propelling mobile learning, namely, growth of mobile device ownership, IT departments embracing the Bring

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On-demand Learning Through Siri – CIO’s Perspective

Earlier, I had written a post on the possibility of using Siri as a learning delivery channel for the enterprise. Check it out here. As if on cue, MIT Technology Review published a new article on IBM banning Siri for

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Posted in Mobile Learning, Smartphones

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