Embracing the Digital Future of the Retail Experience

Embracing the Digital Future of the Retail Experience Between 2010 and 2015, foot traffic to brick-and-mortar stores plummeted by 57%. It’s never been easier to buy something online with a couple clicks or taps—which means traditional retailers need to start thinking digitally to attract new customers. Fortunately, it’s not all doom and gloom for retail. […]

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Elevating the Fan Experience at Allentown’s New PPL Center

Elevating the Fan Experience at Allentown’s New PPL Center As soon as Jim and Rob Brooks purchased the Phantoms, an AHL affiliate of the Philadelphia Flyers, they began scouting locations for a new arena, quickly settling on Allentown in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley. Since then, the team’s co-owners—who also happen to be brothers—have worked hard to […]

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Creating a Natural Workplace

Creating a natural workplace The transformation of the workplace is accelerating worldwide. What is happening is a fragmentation and the typical workplace is changing from the rigid template of the office, cubicle and conference room into a vigorous mélange of working environments. Subject matter experts share their views in this speaker series on-demand webinar. One […]

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Telemedicine Forecast $67 Million in 2021

Telemedicine Forecast $67M in 2021: How to Select Collaboration Technologies, Improve QoS, and Get the Metrics You Need to Succeed by Katey Ferenzi | Apr 3, 2017 | Telemedicine is no longer considered a separate, medical specialty – it’s pervasive throughout the healthcare industry. Yet, as with any technology offering, telemedicine comes with it’s challenges. […]

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Next-gen lecture-capture can transform classrooms

Author Tara García Mathewson @TaraGarciaM Published April 26, 2017 Next-gen lecture-capture can transform classrooms The University of Cincinnati is among those using an active learning platform to engage students Some faculty at the University of Cincinnati have been using lecture capture technology since 2009, but the capabilities of the old technology are just a shadow […]

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On Campus, Video Applications of all Sizes Make Learning More Immersive

Video scales up — and down — to deliver rich experiences in learning and problem solving. by Tommy Peterson Tommy Peterson is a freelance journalist who specializes in business and technology and is a frequent contributor to the CDW family of technology magazines. As decision-makers look for new ways to take advantage of the data-rich […]

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Destinations Bet on VR Marketing to Lure Tech-Savvy Chinese Consumers

Travel Tech & Social Media Destinations Bet on VR Marketing to Lure Tech-Savvy Chinese Consumers Daniel Meesak April 27, 2017 In an increasingly competitive marketplace, destinations around the world are increasingly looking at VR technologies to attract Chinese travelers. While still a niche marketing tool, VR platforms offer the opportunity to reach China’s tech-savvy, young, […]

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Michelin-starred restaurant to launch augmented reality cocktail menu

01.05.17 Michelin-starred restaurant to launch augmented reality cocktail menu In May 2017, the Michelin-starred London restaurant and bar, City Social, is set to launch Mirage, the world’s first augmented reality cocktail menu. 18 months in the making, Mirage uses a purpose-built app, created by Mustard Designs. Upon selecting one of the 12 new drinks, guests […]

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Hilton Embraces a ‘Millennial Mindset’ to Meet Customer Expectations

Hilton Embraces a ‘Millennial Mindset’ to Meet Customer Expectations April 24, 2017 Mark Weinstein Senior Vice President, Customer Experience, Engagement, Loyalty and Partnerships Hilton Worldwide It’s no secret that millennials have high standards for customer experience, especially as companies like Amazon and Starbucks continue to raise the bar. The hospitality space is no exception, and […]

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How Government Is Reforming IT Procurment and What It Means for Vendors

How Government Is Reforming IT Procurement and What it Means for Vendors The way state and local government buys technology is changing. But how? by Ben Miller / April 6, 2017 Flexibility. If there’s one thing that everybody involved in government procurement — chief information officers, procurement officials, vendors and civic tech folk — appear […]

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