Monthly Archives: January 2016

Week in Review: Digital Marketing Hubs + Internet of Terrible Things

Who Has the Best Digital Marketing Hub for 2016? The best cocktails sometimes only take two ingredients. But that's not the case with the perfect digital marketing hub. Read more. Top Stories What got us talking last week: Customer Experience Would It Kill You to Thank Your Customers? Cortana Does Her Best Imitation of Your Mom What You Should Trust for SEO in 2016 Marketers: With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility

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Marvin Minsky and the Use Case for Artificial Brilliance

Marvin Minsky and the Use Case for Artificial Brilliance

Brilliance is a difficult product to sell to a mass market or audience. The use case for brilliance as a virtue in business, astonishingly, has yet to be proven, especially in light of the realization that “disruption” — that most cherished virtue of business today — does not require it.

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Recommind Adds Muscle to Cloud e-Discovery

Recommind Adds Muscle to Cloud e-Discovery

Information intelligence and e-discovery provider Recommind today announced an upgrade of its Axcelerate e-Discovery platform. While Axcelerate comes in many versions, including On-Demand and a subscription-based Unlimited edition, the company claims the new Axcelerate Cloud is a fully developed cloud offering with something extra: muscle.

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News You Can Use: Investors Get Personal with BloomReach

News You Can Use: Investors Get Personal with BloomReach

Investors are taking things personally. Venture capitalists invested $56 million in a Series D funding round into BloomReach, a Mountain, View, Calif.-based cloud personalization platform company. Bain Capital Ventures, Battery Ventures, Lightspeed Ventures, New Enterprise Associates and Salesforce Ventures participated in the funding round.

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The Digital Revolution and the Future of Work

The Digital Revolution and the Future of Work

Vice President Joe Biden wrote an article for the Boston Globe on Wednesday highlighting his statements at the World Economic Forum in Davos. He emphasized five guideposts for protecting the middle class during the digital revolution: 1. Education 2. Protecting worker’s rights 3. Modernizing Infrastructure 4.

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Digital Advertisers Finally Catching Up On Mobile

Digital Advertisers Finally Catching Up On Mobile

Consumers have been steadily shifting their online worlds to their mobile devices. You have known this, I have known this, and now apparently, digital advertisers know this, too per Adobe Digital Index’s Q4 2015 report. Or to be more precise, digital advertisers have known about this trend for the

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The Internet of Terrible Things

The Internet of Terrible Things

What's not to like about the Internet of Things (IOT)?  People can check-in on their cars and homes from afar. Companies can track the behavior of customers to design better products, giving consumers what they actually need. Hackers can get all of your data in order to steal your identity.

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The Weekly Measure: Clearing Up Link Rot, the Evolution of Active Social Users & Creating Relevant Content

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