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Posts Tagged ‘Qumu’

Study: Mobile Capabilities Are Necessary for Workplace Efficiency

Even though our smartphones do a pretty good job keeping us connected, many employees still have trouble communicating with coworkers outside office walls.  According to a recent study by Qumu, four out of five (81.6 percent) corporate communicators say it is difficult to communicate with coworkers when they are out of the office.  This can pose a serious problem in the PR industry, in which so many employees are out traveling or working events.

The solution?  Mobile videos, according to Qumu.  The study goes on to state that 77.1 percent of corporate communicators say adoption of technologies that enable a mobile workforce would increase efficiency.

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Tech Roundup: Executives Fear Video Leaks; Cision Adds Search Tools

-Cision has released Seek or Shout, a new online community for journalists, bloggers, freelancers, and PR and marketing professionals that allows those writing stories to connect with sources and calls attention to those with published content. The Cision Media Database has also introduced new search tools to help filter results, pull media data, and build media lists faster.

-PR Newswire has launched PR Newswire… for bloggers, a resource for bloggers (of course) and other “self-publishers.” The goal is to provide resources and added visibility to the growing number of people publishing on the Web. In addition, PR Newswire will also review five new blogs per week.

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Tech Giving Workers More Options For Keeping Up With the Madness

Now that all 67 NCAA basketball games will be live streamed and available on computers, iPhones, iPads, and some Android phones for $3.99, the next logical question is: How are you going to watch your least favorite team get the stuffing beat out of it while you’re at work?

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