If you think about it, tradeshows are visually stimulating. There are thousands of people walking about, big signs, fancy brochures, bright lights and beautiful tradeshow booths scattered throughout a very large room. Trying to differentiate your business can be a…Read more ›
Biometric technologies are on the rise. By electronically recording data about individual’s physical attributes such as fingerprints or iris patterns, security and law enforcement services can quickly identify people with a high degree of accuracy.
As marketers of live events such as conferences, festivals and concerts turn to standalone mobile applications to distribute pertinent information, personalize experiences, drive advertising opportunities and communicate directly with attendees, print agendas may soon become obsolete.
QuickMobile, the global leader in mobile enterprise meeting and event apps, secured a three-year contract to provide the mobile event app for the Green Meeting Industry Council’s (GMIC) annual Sustainable Meetings Conference (SMC). This event brings together hospitality professionals and…Read more ›
Music and art festival Coachella leveraged numerous mobile possibilities for the opening weekend of this year’s event, including using social media to report live on location, streaming live shows on YouTube and creating an all-around integrated experience.
If you are attending an event and you see Michael Robinson, cyber threat analyst and forensic investigator, walking toward you, it’s likely not going to end well for you. Cyber security was the topic of Michelle Bruno’s interview with Michael Robinson on the TSNN Webinar, “Securing Your Event’s Digital Data.” What does Robinson think about the safety of our event data and what do we have to worry about? “Events, just by their very setup because they are so open and they have so many people attending, they are not very secure,” Robinson said.
South by Southwest’s mobile application is taking beacon technology to a new level by leveraging more than 1,000 Gimbal proximity beacons with Apple iBeacon technology to deliver hyper-local networking opportunities for attendees at the set of conferences and festivals.
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