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Winnov Newsletter – April 2015 Edition

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The Importance of Searchability in an Age of Information Overload

By: Steve Vonder Haar

Libraries are of little use when all the books are scattered on the floor.

After all, even having a collection equivalent to the Library of Congress doesn’t mean a whole lot if you can’t find the right piece of information when you need it. Without a structure for sorting and cataloging all titles, books become little more than intellectual clutter.

So imagine the plight of companies ...

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Winnov Newsletter – March / April 2014 Edition

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Perceptions of Online Video in the Enterprise

When it comes to online video in the enterprise, beauty still is in the eye of the beholder.

At least that’s one conclusion that can be drawn in reviewing the results of a survey of 1,007 corporate executives conducted by Wainhouse Research in the fourth quarter of 2013.

When asked to cite the primary barriers to initiating or expanding their organization’s use of online video, unanimity was in relatively short supply among survey respondents. Indeed, executives’ ...

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Winnov Newsletter – April 2013 Edition

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Enriching the Habitat for Executives

By Steve Vonder Haar, Senior Analyst Enterprise Webcasting & Streaming, Wainhouse Research, LLC

When I was a kid, I never liked going to the zoo.

I hated to see animals in the concrete cages, seemingly locked in a prison. It didn’t seem right to me that they should sacrifice their life and preferred surroundings just to entertain bratty kids like me.

So, perhaps it’s not surprising that today I sometimes still wince when I see kings of the corporate ...

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Winnov Newsletter – April 2012 Edition

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Preparing for the Age of Pervasive Video

By Steve Vonder Haar, Senior Analyst Enterprise Webcasting & Streaming, Wainhouse Research, LLC

Consumer adoption of increasingly sophisticated technology devices, like smartphones, tablet computers and Internet-connected televisions, is setting the stage for a revolution in video-enriched business communications. As the sprawl of online video extends beyond the PC and spills into a ubiquitous chain of networked video screens, companies must begin making technology decisions today that will position themselves for the most important transformation in ...

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