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Mobile fingerprinting and what it could mean for content

With the recent release of the iPhone 5s and its introduction of Touch ID , the first truly mobile fingerprinting integration on a smartphone, a lot is being said around the web about its security but also its potential for existing applications. Fingerprint scanning is nothing new, and has...

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In 2013 should you double your resolutions ?

With the advent of high pixel density mobile screens on phones, tablets and phablets , there are still some unknowns as to whether the desktop and laptop computers will also include such high resolution screens. This new year will therefore probably involve updating your web sites to...

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iPhone 5 for developers and content providers

As every year Apple releases a new model of their flagship smartphone, content providers, mobile application developers and other businesses are eager to see what has changed in order to see if it is worth the costs adapting to the new device. They are also interested in seeing which new...

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I Wrote This on My iPad

Seriously, is that cool or what? Last week, I was led to an article on Information Week’s site that called Microsoft’s Office Web Apps for iPad a “Game Changer”. I don’t know about that, I see it more like the umpire yelling “ Play Ball! ” Up until now...

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Smartphone or SmartUser

I hear this term Smartphone and I envision a classroom full of phones learning how to read, do calculations and eventually graduating from Smartphone school with the designation Smartphone duly conferred upon them. Is it really the phone that is smart or is it the user who masters the...

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This summer, go uber mobile

If the only thing that stops you from working form home on a gorgeous July day is the fact that you can’t get to information if you aren’t at an office- then you need a mobile content management intervention. I’m writing this while streaming a podcast to my iPhone, and writing...

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2012: Social Business Trends Converge

For those who have been keeping tabs on the rise of social business in healthcare, McKinsey's 5th annual survey on the way organizations use social tools & technologies finds that they continue to seep into many organizations, transforming business processes and raising performance. ...

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Contributing content via mobile โ€“ Ubiquitous Information Capture

Accessing content from mobile is certainly an undeniable trend as the proliferation of these devices continues within business organizations, as well as for personal use. One of the inherit issues with these devices is that they are primarily used for “consumption” and not &ldquo...

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What the iPhone 4S means for ECRM

By now you have heard that Apple announced their iPhone 4S that includes new cloud support in the form of iOS 5. While some were hoping for a proper iPhone 5, the new phone – and especially the new software – represents some critical technology that ECM and records managers must...

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Steve Jobs: The leader of the mobile revolution

Last week, Steve Jobs ended his 14 year reign as chief executive of Apple Inc, the technology behemoth that he founded in his garage with Steve Wozniak. The company and its products have certainly come a long way since the Apple II and Classic Mac over the last few decades. However, there are...

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