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Video and the power of Gamification - YouTube

What does owning a corporate television mean? How do videos facilitate conversations? How can this technology open minds and be used for things you've never ...
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Wozniak still aims to simplify enterprise storage - Computerworld

Wozniak still aims to simplify enterprise storage - Computerworld | Corporate Television | Scoop.it
The latest bid to simplify data storage comes from a team that includes Steve Wozniak, a guy who knows a thing or two about making technology easier.
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Implementing Enterprise BYOD: 5 Mistakes To Avoid

Implementing Enterprise BYOD: 5 Mistakes To Avoid | Corporate Television | Scoop.it
Are you doing everything that you can to make BYOD in your workplace a success? Check out these five mistakes that you'll want to avoid.
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Pour Noël, les français vont encore faire le plein de high-tech (infographie)

Pour Noël, les français vont encore faire le plein de high-tech (infographie) | Corporate Television | Scoop.it
En matière d'équipements high-tech, les français croient encore au Père Noël. C'est en tout cas ce que révèle cette infographie.

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56% des français prévoient d'offrir ou d'acheter un produit #HiTech pour #Noël #infographie #consommation #TIC #marketing #webmarketing

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The Benefits of Students Teaching Students Through Online Video

The Benefits of Students Teaching Students Through Online Video | Corporate Television | Scoop.it
The best student video tutorial creators are sometimes made the kids who've struggled the most to understand.

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Instagram begins to roll out video ads

Instagram begins to roll out video ads | Corporate Television | Scoop.it

Photo-sharing app Instagram is posting 15-second advertisement videos to users’ feeds in much the same way it features sponsored images.


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Galaxy Note 4 4K Video Test - How Good is it?

Galaxy Note 4 4K Video Test! Unboxing: http://bit.ly/1sRHzNC One of the big new abilities phones have gained this year, aside from QHD screen powers, is 4K video recording. The insanely high...
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HR Tech or The Tech Of HR ⋆ Human Resources Global

HR Tech or The Tech Of HR ⋆ Human Resources Global | Corporate Television | Scoop.it
HR Tech or The Tech Of HR / With the overtaking of androids and iPhones in the business world, the platform for employees being able to access HR has changed!
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Ericsson Report: Streaming video almost level with traditional TV | Advanced Television

The latest edition of the annual Ericsson ConsumerLab TV & Media Report has found that streaming video is now almost level with traditional TV watching, with 75 per cent of consumers watching streamed content several times a week, compared to 77 per cent who watch scheduled broadcast TV programming several times a week.

 

The study, now in its fifth year, also found that almost one in five viewers (19 per cent) are prepared to pay for the ability to access their favoured content on any device, an increase of 25 per cent in just two years.

 

The results, based on interviews with over 23,000 people in 23 different countries, show that a shift in user behaviour continues to drive change in the TV and media industries, prompting a move away from old formats and business models and ushering in an era of high-quality, on-demand entertainment.

 

The study shows a rise in the amount of time spent watching content on smart phones and tablet devices. It also reveals that traditional broadcast and pay-TV channels are seen by many as ‘content repositories’ from which consumers cherry-pick individual pieces of content for later viewing, using their digital video recorder (DVR). DVR functionality is also helping to continue the trend of ‘binge viewing’, which began with the advent of boxed sets of TV series and movie sequels, and is in stark contrast to the traditional TV experience of waiting a week for each new episode of a favoured show.

 

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The Types of Content that Gets the Best ROI - Socially Stacked

The Types of Content that Gets the Best ROI - Socially Stacked | Corporate Television | Scoop.it

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Which content type provides you with the greatest ROI? The one that tests out as having the greatest ROI. TEST!!!

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Content Marketing: Is 2014 Really Shaping Up to Be the Year of Video? | Social Media Today

Content Marketing: Is 2014 Really Shaping Up to Be the Year of Video? | Social Media Today | Corporate Television | Scoop.it

This week I moderated another Social Media Today webinar as part of their Best Thinker webinar series, this time on the topic of Content Marketing: Is 2014 Really Shaping Up to Be The Year of Video? This webinar was sponsored by Act-On who recently was named by Forrester as a leader in the Marketing Automation space (see act-on.com/wave for more info). The webinar included a superb mix of panelists, including: Zach Cole the Social Media Manager at Lyft, Richard Boehmcke Creative Director for Vibrant Motion, and Kristen Craft who is the Director of Partnerships at Wistia.

 

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Apple, IBM Enterprise Mobility Pact Driven by Mutual Need - The VAR Guy

Apple, IBM Enterprise Mobility Pact Driven by Mutual Need - The VAR Guy | Corporate Television | Scoop.it
The VAR Guy Apple, IBM Enterprise Mobility Pact Driven by Mutual Need The VAR Guy Apple and IBM last week pledged to work together for each other's benefit in a new enterprise mobility initiative to build industry-specific business apps for...

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The $321 Billion Reason That Facebook Is Moving Into Enterprise Software - Business Insider

The $321 Billion Reason That Facebook Is Moving Into Enterprise Software - Business Insider | Corporate Television | Scoop.it
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Big Businesses Are Racing To Adopt The Internet Of Things, Creating A Massive New Enterprise Device Market

Big Businesses Are Racing To Adopt The Internet Of Things, Creating A Massive New Enterprise Device Market | Corporate Television | Scoop.it
The enterprise sector will be the biggest market for the IoT, ahead of consumer and government. The enterprise Internet of Things will create a huge new...
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Methods: Tradition vs. Relevance

Methods: Tradition vs. Relevance | Corporate Television | Scoop.it
The way many people have been programmed to interact with content through the Internet may be one reason why lectures have lost their allure for many.

When kids explore a topic today a primary source is YouTube, which is probably why it’s the second most used search engine after Google. Video for many seems to be more engaging. It also gives control to the learner to repeat or skip over material at will.

Beyond the video even the exploration of text for today’s learner is different. Before the digital explosion, text was stagnant. To get from point A to point G one had to read points B, C, D, E, and F first. Hyperlink changed that linear mindset. Today, while reading text learners can diverge from that straight path with the click of a mouse. They can travel down paths of their own choosing on the subject at hand. Again, they control the path of their learning.

 

The sources for learning today are much different from previous centuries when lectures ruled education. For the curious mind the digital journey seeking knowledge can be its own experience. Having control over one’s own learning is a very effective way to learn. It is also relatively new to a very conservative world in education.


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http://gustmees.wordpress.com/2013/05/25/so-whats-the-change-for-teachers-in-21st-century-education/


http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Rise+of+the+Professional+Educator


http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Great+Teachers




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The way many people have been programmed to interact with content through the Internet may be one reason why lectures have lost their allure for many.

When kids explore a topic today a primary source is YouTube, which is probably why it’s the second most used search engine after Google. Video for many seems to be more engaging. It also gives control to the learner to repeat or skip over material at will.

Beyond the video even the exploration of text for today’s learner is different. Before the digital explosion, text was stagnant. To get from point A to point G one had to read points B, C, D, E, and F first. ===> Hyperlink changed that linear mindset. <===


Today, while reading text learners can diverge from that straight path with the click of a mouse. They can travel down paths of their own choosing on the subject at hand.


Again, they control the path of their learning.


The sources for learning today are much different from previous centuries when lectures ruled education. For the curious mind the digital journey seeking knowledge can be its own experience. Having control over one’s own learning is a very effective way to learn. It is also relatively new to a very conservative world in education.


Learn more:


http://gustmees.wordpress.com/2013/05/25/so-whats-the-change-for-teachers-in-21st-century-education/


http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Rise+of+the+Professional+Educator


http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Great+Teachers


http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Unlearning


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2015 Outlook For Enterprise Cloud Adoption - Forbes

2015 Outlook For Enterprise Cloud Adoption - Forbes | Corporate Television | Scoop.it
On a recent flight home after meeting with a large bank, I started reflecting on how the conversations about cloud computing with clients have changed over the last 12 to 24 months.
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HP Discover 2014

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HP Discover 2014 in Barcelona, the ultimate showcase technology event for business and IT professionals to learn, connect, and grow.
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The ROI of UX: Digital Marketing NOW

The ROI of UX: Digital Marketing NOW | Corporate Television | Scoop.it
User Experience (UX) has gained a lot of press in recent years, but is there any cost justification? Read on to uncover the very real ROI of UX. (RT @TomShapiro: The ROI of UX!
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Ericsson Report: Streaming video almost level with traditional TV | Advanced Television

The latest edition of the annual Ericsson ConsumerLab TV & Media Report has found that streaming video is now almost level with traditional TV watching, with 75 per cent of consumers watching streamed content several times a week, compared to 77 per cent who watch scheduled broadcast TV programming several times a week.

 

The study, now in its fifth year, also found that almost one in five viewers (19 per cent) are prepared to pay for the ability to access their favoured content on any device, an increase of 25 per cent in just two years.

 

The results, based on interviews with over 23,000 people in 23 different countries, show that a shift in user behaviour continues to drive change in the TV and media industries, prompting a move away from old formats and business models and ushering in an era of high-quality, on-demand entertainment.

 

The study shows a rise in the amount of time spent watching content on smart phones and tablet devices. It also reveals that traditional broadcast and pay-TV channels are seen by many as ‘content repositories’ from which consumers cherry-pick individual pieces of content for later viewing, using their digital video recorder (DVR). DVR functionality is also helping to continue the trend of ‘binge viewing’, which began with the advent of boxed sets of TV series and movie sequels, and is in stark contrast to the traditional TV experience of waiting a week for each new episode of a favoured show.

 

Click headline to read more--


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Top 10 Emotional Video Games

In some games, you shoot anything that moves. In others, you break down into heaving sobs because the game has figuratively ripped out your heart and showed it to you. Join http://www.watchmojo.com...
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70% of Marketers find Video Converts Best

70% of Marketers find Video Converts Best | Corporate Television | Scoop.it

According to a recently conducted study by VidYard and Demand Metrics, video marketing is the most effective marketing option available today.  In addition, the return on investment provided by video marketing is improving, according to 48% of the respondents.  While it is certainly no surprise that video marketing is an excellent resource, this study really just shows how important it is.

 

The effectiveness of video has not been lost on successful marketing companies.  The report found that over a third of large companies are producing over 100 marketing videos each year. They also found that 86% of those surveyed use key tools to measure the effectiveness of their video marketing efforts, which further shows that the ROI on video is real....


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Get the picture? Video delivers!

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Content marketing: turn website visits into sales through the medium of video - The Guardian

Content marketing: turn website visits into sales through the medium of video - The Guardian | Corporate Television | Scoop.it
The Guardian Content marketing: turn website visits into sales through the medium of video The Guardian Andy Atalla, founder of online marketing agency atom42, says all the evidence suggests that online videos can improve conversions, but that they...

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Google's $1B purchase of Twitch confirmed -- joins YouTube for new video empire

Google's $1B purchase of Twitch confirmed -- joins YouTube for new video empire | Corporate Television | Scoop.it
Google wants some of that video livestreaming magic. (Google’s $1B purchase of Twitch confirmed http://t.co/EIzypYcJqz)
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