Making the digital subscription model work for you by Suhaifa Naidoo20 March 2013 0 Comments
The way in which consumers are consuming content is rapidly changing, print publications are becoming digital and video shops are slowly shutting their downs. We are moving forward and businesses are adopting an online model; providing their customers with access to content online, content they can access from pretty much any device and from any location with an internet connection. We saw the wave with print publications and accessing our favourite magazine on our tablet has now become the norm. But printed content is not the only form of media embracing the digital model. Music, movies, and TV series have jumped on the bandwagon too.
Mobile apps increase enterprise work force participation by Wesley Lynch20 February 2013 0 Comments
Mobile apps already play an important role in enterprise content and application delivery strategies, partly because of the dominance of mobile formats on the computing landscape, and partly because of the proven success of apps with engaging audiences. But while enterprises have for some time applied this knowledge in their design of customer-facing content or services, they havenít explored the power of mobile to engage internal audiences as much.
Games dominate Apples App Store revenue for 2012 by Suhaifa Naidoo15 January 2013 0 Comments
When new forms of technology emerged in the late 70's and early 80's, this technology targeted the gaming user. Millions were introduced to TV games, computer games and handheld portable games. When the world was introduced to mobile technology, there was no doubt that gaming would be a part of a cellphone. A device where the primary function was communication featured games such as Snake.
e-Books set to dominate as low-cost readers hit the market by Wesley Lynch08 January 2013 0 Comments
Three years after the Kindle first became available in South Africa (and two years after the birth of the iPad),consumption of digital content still hasnít hit its stride locally. Given the exciting functional advances of mobile e-readers, this seems odd. What is the hold-up?