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IBM Datacap Mobile trial is here!

Today’s Post by: Mandeep Cheema, Content Marketing, Capture & Imaging, IBM ECM

Don’t get left behind.

There are more smartphones in the world than personal computers, and last year alone mobile computing grew by over 80 percent. 378 more words

Enterprise Content Management

Content for an amorphous tech world

How do you create content for an ever changing landscape of screen sizes, platforms and mobile devices? This is the biggest challenge for content creators all over.

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What it takes to win in Africa’s mobile content battle

Africa’s mobile economy is unique, with telecom network infrastructure and mobile devices being the main engines for digital growth. In its 2016 Mobile Economy report, the GSMA recognises the key role mobile is playing in socio-economic development across the continent — including the increased reach and accessibility of educational, utility and other public sector services. 605 more words

Media

Outthink Content Chaos with Case Management

Today’s Post by: Trent Shupe, Portfolio Marketing Manager, Case Management and Smarter Process, IBM

Thinking back to how I used to do my work just five or ten short years ago, it’s amazing to me how different things are today. 463 more words

Enterprise Content Management

Expert: Mobile, Video to Push More Online Business

Mobile continues to be on the rise, and along with video, is pushing consumers to more content, more retailers, and more businesses. In fact, AOL’s new expert says they will be hyper focused on both mobile and video in 2016. 97 more words

Emojis, Stickers, GIFs - They're the REAL DEAL

This is sort of a follow-up post to a pulse blog I wrote over on my LinkedIN. I recently came across an interesting article via… 607 more words

TECH

A few tangential thoughts on notifications

Right now, two trends are converging that make messaging notifications relevant.

First, push notifications are surging. What was once (and maybe still is) an annoying distraction is increasingly an area of development and experimentation. 444 more words