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28 November 2012
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More Business Acronyms: Some You May Hear Soon (if you haven’t already)

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We’re all familiar with the typical slew of acronyms brought about by the newest wave of the digital age: SaaS, CRM, ERP, CMS, XML and SMS to name just a few. Below are a few you’ll most likely hear soon, if you haven’t already. …

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26 November 2012
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The Trusted Advisor: 5 Keys to Earning the Title in a SaaS World

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Whether you work for a Fortune 500 firm or a small, local company you most likely outsource some aspect of your business processes to another company. Your CRM system (client relationship management), CMS (content management system), accounting, HR, branding, advertising and/or hiring is very likely …

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22 September 2011
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Delivering Video to Brides

For several years I worked with The Knot on video projects ranging from live broadcasts to a true online television network. With powerful advertisers and high-quality content, we had quite a few home runs. Here is a testimonial we put together in 2009, shot in their offices …

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4 August 2011
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The Roku 2 Review

The “over the top” video market is fragmented, and the aggregators of video content haven’t quite figured out how to squeeze every dime out of their viewing audience (trust me, nothing wrong with that!). In my mind I’m getting more for my money with “over the top” content …

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27 July 2011
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Who’s Paying for This Awesome Content?

My kids watch a few hours of TV each week. Most of the time its a movie or show on Netflix, viewed on our flatscreen TV using the Roku box. One awesome benefit of watching Phineas and Ferb on Netflix – no commercials! Yippee! …

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