2011 brought about more outstanding systems then in previous years. While there are many systems that could be slotted in for this year’s winners, from a feature standpoint, general ease of use (sans TM), and overall trend watching, these were selected.
Selecting the right LMS doesn’t begin with feature sets or even components. Rather it should be based on your segment – i.e. education/academia or corporate, then and only then, should features come into play.
Whether you celebrate Thanksgiving or not, this is the time to reflect and say thanks to those who have done an outstanding work – either with new features, capabilities or services. However, there are those who do not deserve thanks. They are hurting our industry with roadblocks. The question is why?
I know it isn’t December yet, but it is time to announce the Best of the Best in Content Authoring Tools. Ten authoring tools that are exemplary, beyond just the same ol same.
Adobe announced on Nov. 9, that it is ditching Flash for mobile devices and instead focusing on HTML5 development. This is the right move. For HTML5 fans, vindication. For Flash fans, shock. Isn’t life great?
DevLearn offered an opportunity to see where some vendors in the RCAT marketplace, perceived the market to be heading. It’s all about forecasting the market and for some, they were way off. Thankfully, there were many more, who weren’t.
Nowadays there are more extended enterprise systems, but some are not what they truly claim to be. There are specs required to be an EE, and today there are nextgen systems that offer everything from marketing to sales tools in their products.
Latest insight on trends in the market and forecasts covering talent management, mobile, extended enterprise, and SaaS. Plus top three open source systems for academia/education and the new LMS demo shop coming to this blog.
Mindflash.com offers a new set of cool features to compliment its easy to use functionality. While they have added a non-linear navigation approach in their preview window, they fail to continue it in their active mode.
Typically the first thing people do when interested about a system, is to request a demo. You would think this would be a simple and pain free experience. Yet for some vendors, simple doesn’t exist but pain does – and it all comes to you wrapped up in a “chat”.