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Enterprise Mobility – Gearing Up for the Big Bucks

Enterprise Mobility has already cornered the mind-share of the CIO and will eventually be the central focus of any IT Department. This is great news for Mobile Learning initiatives as the drive for supporting mobile devices will allow Learning &

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Mobile Learning Project Needs Analysis

If you are stuck at the starting gates of a mobile learning initiative, here is a document that is designed to get you off the ground. Contents of this document includes questionnaire for: Business & Learning Objectives Audience Profile Mobile Device

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Three Ideas to Jump Start Mobile Learning

The demand for mobile apps within the enterprise is pervasive and training departments are already feeling the heat. Employees expect access to online training content from their personal devices. According to Gartner, Two-Thirds of the mobile workforce will own a

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Demystifying Mobile Learning

Earlier this month, I had the privilege of presenting a Training Magazine webinar with Lance Dublin and my colleague at Sify, Shailesh Joshi. This webinar was aimed at providing clarity on how to go about building mobile learning solutions for

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Business to Employee Mobile Strategy – Insights from Gartner

Taking a decision to roll out mobile learning could be scary. This is akin to being asked to jump into an ice rink for a skating session when you have not even seen an ice rink before! I usually think

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Moving your Online Training from Flash to HTML5: 5 Best Practices

Moving your flash based courses to HTML5? Here are five best practices to keep in mind. 1. Consider incorporating responsive design principles so that your content will work well on devices with different form factors (Smartphones, Tablets). 2. Evaluate browser

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Augmented Reality Based Performance Support for Enterprises

With Tablets and Smartphones taking a prime spot in an average employee’s workday, there are growing applications for using interactive mobile applications integrated with contextual augmented reality features to provide some really cool performance support applications. Here are a couple

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