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Teachers first: How Schoology is changing the way schools buy technology

pandodaily.com
Edtech is a tricky beast for many reasons. One major challenge I’ve focused on during our online education month is the business model. Plenty of edtech startups have built brilliant products that leverage technology to improve the way teachers teach and kids learn. But, as we’ve outlined, the fremium,...
Teachers first: How Schoology is changing the way schools buy technology
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Twitter seeks more, better advertising with new API

gigaom.com
Looking to manage more than a few promoted tweets for your company? The arrival of the Twitter advertising API could spell changes for how you go about that. The company announced the API’s arrival on Wednesday, a product that will allow brands to manage tweets across multiple platforms and on a larger...
Twitter seeks more, better advertising with new API

Here’s what one record store clerk thinks about Amazon’s plans to trade gift cards for old CDs

www.geekwire.com
If you’re like me, you’ve got dozens, possibly hundreds of old CDs lying around the house, just collecting dust. Now, Amazon.com is adding those good-old REM, U2 and Curtis Mayfield CDs into its trade-in program, where customers can send their CDs to the company and receive an Amazon.com gift card...
Here’s what one record store clerk thinks about Amazon’s plans to trade gift cards for old CDs

Former Oracle & SAP Execs Launch AnyPresence To Bring DIY Native Mobile Apps To Enterprise

techcrunch.com
Mobile is getting sexier and sexier, and businesses are increasingly looking to establish a branded, mobile presence, giving their customers access to their services — across platforms, while on the go. With the consumerization of enterprise heating up, big companies want a platform that allows them to build their own...
Former Oracle & SAP Execs Launch AnyPresence To Bring DIY Native Mobile Apps To Enterprise

Social Enterprise Is Not Living Up To Its Promise

readwrite.com
If you're not hearing a lot about social enterprise these days, it may be because no one can figure out what the hell social enterprise is. On paper, the concept sounds reasonable, even important: take popular social media tools (microblogs, wikis, blogs, etc.) and use them for internal collaboration, project...
Social Enterprise Is Not Living Up To Its Promise

The big tip for 2012: convergence is here

econsultancy.com
Multichannel strategy has been on the agenda for the past few years, it is not a new phenomenon. Whether marketers have reached multichannel nirvana is up for debate, but we’ve no time for that now, we’ve moved on. 2012 is all about convergence.Consumers are multi-tasking, technology savvy, interactive individuals these...
The big tip for 2012: convergence is here
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