By Diana Berryman, 11 June 2014
All businesses can use a great video marketing strategy, they aren’t just for pretty products or how to… Whatever you're offering can be promoted by video and made infinitely more share-able by immortalizing it on film! Any business not implementing a Video Marketing campaign is missing out on a chance to stand out from your competition. If you think it is too difficult, expensive or time consuming then think again, times have changed! (more…)
By Jessica O' Loughlin, 5 March 2014
When it comes to choosing project management and collaboration tools there are plenty of options out there. The abundance of choice is great but it also makes selecting the right software tricky for those who are unfamiliar with these products. (more…)
By Manuel Jaffrin, 26 January 2011
By Christophe Primault, 15 December 2010
Following the tracks of our incredibly popular post "The Cloud Computing Revolution in Image" we have selected the best three recent and short videos that are explaining in a simple way how and why consumers and businesses are embracing the Cloud at an amazing pace and what evolutions we can expect in the coming future . This first video, "The State of Cloud Computing" brought by Salesforce.com, explains in just three minutes to the average person that they are actually already in the Cloud – whether it’s through their online email account, bank account or when they connect to Facebook, Twitter or Farmville. The State of Cloud Computing from JESS3 on Vimeo. For the second video we have chosen "Cloud Computing in Plain English", a slightly longer video that does a great job at making Cloud Computing a little less...cloudy! Finally this amazing video called "Trillions" is a short film that puts some perspective on the evolution of the information age by comparing computing with the human body. Trillions from MAYAnMAYA on Vimeo. Enjoy these short videos and if you want to know more on how Cloud computing can help your business you can read "How SMBs will consume technology in 2011" and use AppFinder to find the most suitable web-based business applications for your company's size and needs.