What you do need is the right content management system, aka a CMS. The basics of a CMS are pretty simple. In general, one component creates, modifies and removes content. The other compiles this information and updates a website.
E-learning is not new, not by a long shot. In the last decade, it has become a ubiquitous method of educating, training, and teaching within and outside of organizations. However lately, I have come across a lot of people who seem to misunderstand what e-learning is all about. Many are using e-learning as simply a way to publish and share material over the web. If this sounds like your application of e-learning, then you’re missing on the real benefits of the concept.
Creating an impressive and expressive E-Learning solution requires greater precision and of course broad platform & browser support to reach the maximum audience. We all are quite aware that Apple doesn’t support Flash on any iOS device, launching flash based E-Learning solutions into mayhem.
I often say that finding technology solutions for business practices often comes down to applying technology to make existing business processes faster, easier, and more accurate. A common question clients ask is how they can use a Customer Relationship Management solution to better communicate with their customers and find new ways to market to their client-base. But when choosing such a CRM solution, there are dozens of available options, from Microsoft CRM to Sugar CRM.
Customer relationship management (CRM) is an essential part of the modern organization, in order to effectively connect with each customer. CRM improves business processes, profitability, and reduces overall cost. CRM enables organizations to gain complete control over each customer relationship individually, and inform employees to take better and strategic decisions for sales, marketing, and customer support functions.
After performing countless assessments of business operations, I have become very sensitive to the inefficient processes that can be improved with better organization or automation.While most businesses are oblivious to these minor inefficiencies that only waste a few seconds each time they are performed, I cringe when I think about how many work hours are lost over the course of a year.
Cloud Computing uses the Internet and central remote servers to maintain data and applications. It allows consumers and businesses to use applications without installation and access personal files at any computer connected to the Internet. Centralizing storage, memory, processing, and bandwidth results in far more efficient computing.
The way people use technology to better their lives is changing. While only a decade ago it was common for us to have just a desktop computer and maybe a laptop, we now use multiple devices to work more efficiently, enjoy more entertainment, and connect with each other on a day-to-day basis. Today, it’s not uncommon for a user to have a desktop computer, a smart phone, a laptop, and even a tablet device.