By Apratim Purakayastha
One of the many rewards of having children is that sense of wonder and awe you experience as you watch them grow. Such is the universality of these emotions that even Bob Harris, Bill Murray’s rather enigmatic character in 2003’s critically acclaimed Lost in Translation, talks about kids as being the most interesting people you will ever meet.Read more
By Apratim Purakayastha
Earlier this year Josh Bersin examined in detail the recent changes to the world of corporate learning. Given the sheer size of the industry – the corporate L&D industry is over $140 billion in size, while the marketplace for college degrees, professional development, and secondary education around the world is around $300 billion – the stakes are high and anyone involved in the industry must not only recognize, but also respect the ways it is radically transforming.Read more
By Potoula Chresomales
Nothing succeeds like success
We just migrated our 2000th client to Skillport 8i. Not only that, we did it faster than anticipated with more than 50% switching in the last 10 months.Read more
By Dianne Turiano
Just before Perspectives I got an email informing me that I had been selected to participate in a pilot initiative that would provide me an iPad Pro for use in the sales process. To say I was ecstatic is a slight understatement.Read more
By Pam Boiros
With smartphones and tablets becoming more and more commonplace in enterprise environments, the interest in mobile learning is heating up. Many organizations see the promise of mobile learning; is now the time to take the plunge into mobile learning or should you wait for a more stable mobile landscape to emerge?Read more
By Jim Renner
I can remember the first time I experienced digital music. It was the first 30 seconds of Van Halen’s Running with the Devil. The fidelity was low and the recording took up an entire 5.25” floppy disk.Read more
By Sue Rodeman
We’ve seen mobility become more and more of a necessity in the learning industry, as the proliferation of consumer mobile devices has impacted the way today’s generation of workers prefers to consume information. The expectation that any volume of information will be, and should be, available at a learners’ fingertips has created the impression that a smartphone or tablet should effectively act as a classroom regardless of whether an individual is in transit, in the office or at home.Read more
By the Mind Commerce Staff
Mobile Device Management (MDM) is a very hot area as it impacts wireless, software/OS, and enterprise mobility.
In our recent MDM research, we have identified the following:
- Cloud-based MDM applications will take overtake premise-based solutions within the next five years.
The behavioral and learning styles of the Millennial generation are drastically different than previous generations. Claire Schooley, Senior Analyst at Forrester Research describes how. Watch a mini video.