Appy Time: Apps Are Cool, Convenient, Useful, Dangerous

Security shouldn't be just a checkmark before an app is released, it should be the starting point for developers.

Consider the Audience: Your Presentation Is About Informing, Persuading, Not Selling

Whether your executive has been asked to make a one-hour keynote or be part of a five-person panel session, here's a dirty little secret … smart speakers don't try to fill the allotted time!

Marketing Types: Success Requires Team Leaders, Not Legends in Their Own Minds

Unfortunately, there is a critical shortage of marketers who are competent and confident enough to share.

Ads Count: Ad Blockers Jeopardize Free Content on the Internet

If an outlet gives me content free or subsidized, I'll watch/scan your ad because it's the price I pay for the free information, education and entertainment.

Back to Basics: Getting the Message Out … Everything Changes But Clarity, Continuity

Media writers, reporters - on air, in print, online - know they have less than five seconds to attract the viewer's/ reader's attention.

Big Content: Studios, Nets Work to Leverage Viewers' Web Involvement

The challenge is how fast and flawlessly content is streamed to your big set or device.

New Ride: Today's Business Goes Up, Down and Around at Thrilling Speeds

The challenge for management is to become comfortable with being uncomfortable handling the speed, ambiguity and scary portions of the business rollercoaster.

Takes Time: Innovation is About Thinking Different, Not Copying Different

The leaps in creativity and innovation come from the shortfalls, failures you seldom hear about. As long as each failure produces a positive side effect, you know the company and the team are moving in the right direction.

SoSo Social: Social Media Marketing is Customer-Driven, Not Product-Driven

Technology is changing at an unbelievable rate but that also means the consumer also is more in control and companies/brands have to deliver throughout the lifecycle to ensure the brand/product delivers on its promise, its commitment.

Clean Slates: Devices, Social Media Make Younger Generation Worldly Faster

While a recent Intel study found that the young generation is extremely tech-savvy, they are also concerned that technology makes people less human.

Driving Bits: The More Connected the Car, the More Disconnected You'll Be

The challenge is that there are a lot of companies/products involved in delivering the connected car and that means a major concern regarding safety and data privacy.

Data Diddling: Customers Should Always Come Before Big Data

If companies have to constantly feel as though the answer is right around the corner they'll soon find too much data can cause indigestion. Take advantage of what's in front of you today.

Your Things: It's Important that Your Stuff Talks Only to Your Other Stuff

Protection of your personal data is vital, but just as important is the security of the various devices such as your smart locks, monitoring system.

Boomers at Work: Retirement vs. Working … It's Complicated

A lot of really smart people in technology took Confucius' advice, "Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life."

Child's Play: Smart Toys Will Ease Us into the Great Smart World

As more educational toys and tools go online, the hacks and breaches will affect kids in ways we can't even imagine now.

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