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What is Business Relevance?

What is Business Relevance? Brian Solis, the Principal Analyst, Altimeter Group, Author of What’s the Future of Business (WTF) wrote the blog ‘Overcoming The Tech Trap: Why the Future of Business Is Relevance’ on his LinkedIN account.  As I was reading this blog I was struck by that ‘Blinding Flash of the Obvious” a staggering…

Content Creators: The Forgotten User

So you’re sitting at your desk looking at your website a year after its roll out. In spite of all the significant time and money invested, something’s just not right…it just isn’t how you thought things would be when you started. You did all the right things. You had your IT team exhaustively evaluate three…

Meet Fusion Alliance at the Southwest Ohio PMI Conference

Professional project managers from 300 top companies will gather on April 15-16 in Cincinnati for the Southwest Ohio Chapter of the Project Management Institute. Now in its 7th year, this mega event is the premiere project, program, and portfolio event in the Tri-State. Will you be there? Hundreds of PMs will be there to broaden…

8 Articles to Get Up to Speed on Tech in 2014

Drones delivering packages. 3-D printing. Wearable technology. 2014 is shaping up to be an exciting year in tech. Not quite current with the latest gizmos, gadgets, and digital doodads? No problem!  Here are some stories, video, pictures, and commentary on the technology forecast for 2014. Get ready to be blown away! From wearable technology to…

Vines, Vines, Everywhere There Are Vines!

Ok, so the title might be a take-off of the song Signs, but it works. What are “Vines?” you might be asking yourself. Vine is a mobile service that lets you create and share short, looping videos. Videos you post to Vine will appear on your Vine profile and the timelines of your Vine followers. Posts can…

You Need a New CMS? STOP—First Things First!

Content Management Systems are all the rage right now—maybe even surpassing “Big Data” in terms of hype.  But before you jump on the CMS bandwagon, there are three important factors you must consider first:  1. Purpose, 2. Process and Culture, 3. Tools and Support. Purpose First, let’s tackle purpose. The most obvious reason you might want  a CMS is…

Insider Tips from a Technology Recruiter

From start-ups to large consulting firms—the technology industry is exploding and technology professionals are in high demand.  For talented candidates—the sky’s the limit, right?  Well—not exactly.   Even if you are a genius coder or graduated from MIT Phi Beta Kappa with a degree in Management Information Systems, that doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll get hired. There’s…

Tips for Designing Mobile Learning

With the huge growth of mobile device ownership, mobile learning (or “mLearning”) is now more feasible than ever. If mobile learning meets your business requirements—which should always be your starting point—now is a great time to create learning that is contextual, just in time, and with just enough content. “Mobile learning” can mean different things…

WWDC 2013

Special thanks to guest blogger Alex Robinson for writing this post. Alex is a co-founder and iOS developer at Atomic Robot. He is also an organizer for the Cincinnati Cocoa Developers group, a local community of Mac and iOS developers with well over 200 members. When not working on mobile, Alex enjoys spending time with his…