How to Use Blockchain Technology to Retain More Customers

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017

How to Use Blockchain Technology to Retain More Customers

Blockchain technology could revolutionize the way businesses market to and retain their customers.
In fact, it has the potential to improve businesses in big ways. In the finance industry, for example, the estimated annual savings for banks is $8 million to $12 million annually.

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Adobe Sign Upgrades Meet New Open Standards for Digital Signatures

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017

Adobe Sign Upgrades Meet New Open Standards for Digital Signatures

Adobe is announcing upgrades to Adobe Sign today to comply with a new open standard it championed through the Cloud Signature Consortium.
San Jose, Calif.-based Adobe led the charge on the creation of an open standard for digital signatures when it formed the consortium last June.

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Digital Workplace Leadership: It Takes a Village

Tuesday, February 21st, 2017

Digital Workplace Leadership: It Takes a Village

Digital workplace leadership is largely a hands-off role. 
It is up to executives to set a vision, then step back and let the organization determine the program.
It Takes a Village
When it comes to digital workplace design, I often use the analogy of town planning.

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How Do You Compete With 4 Million Apps? Think Retention

Tuesday, February 21st, 2017

How Do You Compete With 4 Million Apps? Think Retention

The internet now has over three billion global users and counting, with the number increasing steadily by 10 percent year-over-year.
Easier online access means people are using digital products across desktop and mobile more than ever.

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Trust Is Shifting to the Network

Tuesday, February 21st, 2017

Our trust in institutions and the establishment is in severe decline. At the same time, we are getting into cars with strangers and letting strangers sleep in our houses.
We are increasingly deciding who to trust based on what the network of our peers says.

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