In this digital age, changes are coming faster than ever to the corporate sector. Dealing with this development is a healthier approach than avoiding it.
Updates to major software - including the Windows operating system - demand flexible training modules.
The rise of in-between mobile devices, neither pure phone nor total tablet, could dictate the next wave of content production.
In a mobile-first. multimedia-saturated world, there are ample reasons to embrace HTML5.
When will Flash vanish in the face of HTML5? The time may have already come.
The workplace is no different from the consumer space. Mobile devices are top media platforms in each realm.
Google's recent moves regarding ads show that to reach a wide audience digitally, it may be time to ditch Flash in favor of HTML5.
When deciding what types of smartphones are likely to receive their content, companies need to consider the growing market for used devices that are still relatively new.
The argument for mobile content optimization is straightforward: The use of these devices is accelerating at such a rate that they will soon be primary, not secondary, portals.
The tablet may be miscast as a counterpart to smartphones. Maybe these devices are more like PCs.