There’s an old marketing acronym that’s worth thinking about when planning and creating your digital signage communications – AIDA, which stands for Attention (or Awareness), Interest, Desire and Action
The boon of unified communications (UC) technology for organizations has also lead to the nightmare of dealing with traffic for those remote users. Here are some tips to help deal with the hassle.
No technology available is good enough to work without the employees being on board. With such a multigenerational representation in most companies, here are some tips to get everyone on board with new technology.
As the federal government discusses the possibilities of law on data privacy, some states are taking legislation into their own hands and introducing bills at the state level.
Technology has become more than a tool for work, it has become a way for administration to improve the success of individual employees and keep them engaged. When that happens, the company succeeds.
People often joke about how much Amazon has taken over our lives, but it’s safe to say that Amazon has forever changed the way that companies handle their corporate mailrooms.
In the new digital age, with the amount of technology available, there are some electronics that are now essential to business needs.
Many companies are allowing employees to work remotely more frequently as a recruitment and retention strategy, but that can’t interfere with the security of the company’s network.
Whether for social media, print ads, posters, or digital signage, hashtags are everywhere. They’re also an effective tool for marketers. Here’s how to create the perfect hashtag for your marketing plan.
An ICT director shares how using technology that’s universal across classrooms and devices enriches students’ and teachers’ experience.