When it comes to marketing, most people know context is as hot topic as content. Context comes into play in the sense of what the content means to your audience at the time they come to consume it. It's not just the content that has context, it's also the media in which it is available.
Posted 1 hour 10 min ago. Have you ever been to conference? if not, you're really missing out, and should find one for your industry right away. Conferences provide attendees with access to some of the brightest minds and influencers for that industry, and give you an opportunity to reenergize yourself in ways that you cannot possibly do on your own.
(Editor's Note: We're thrilled to welcome Nick Kellet to TalentCulture as a guest blogger. For more information about Nick, see his profile at the end of this post.) For many members of the TalentCulture community, there's only one conference this week - SHRM13, the Society for Human Resource Management annual meeting in Chicago.
If you run meetings, events or conferences there are some great social media tools that can automate a range of tasks that will save you a significant amount of time. This week I had a fascinating conversation with Chris Nancy from Servicesphere who organizes a conference call TFT (Tomorrow's Future Today).
Title: Automating Service Management in the Cloud Era Summary: The environment surrounding IT is becoming increasingly complex. As cloud providers dominate IT service delivery, the coordination of service delivery is rising in importance. The ability to support services effectively through efficient and automated processes is also becoming more complex.
Today, I find myself one day older and (hopefully, potentially) a day wiser. I won't bet my car on the latter, but I think you get my point. What makes today noteworthy isn't today, but yesterday. Why yesterday? Well, it's because I had the opportunity to be a "Guide" for TFT13!
The world of conferences online. You're invited. Follow any real conference online. Anywhere. Anytime.
Some German review: Ich hatte diese Woche das Vergnügen, Teil der Zukunft zu sein: "Tomorrow's Future Today" (TFT13) war eine 24-Stunden-Follow-the-Sun Konferenz. Das Thema: Die Zukunft im IT-Service-Management. Kommunikation und die Organisation der Serviceerbringung waren weitere Punkte. Alles anders Das wirklich Bemerkenswerte an dieser Veranstaltung war: 24 Speaker aus aller Welt in einer virtuellen Kon ...
The TFT13 Experience21/06/13 This week (18 June) saw the second TFT (Tomorrow's IT Service Management Future Today) global virtual 24 hour conference. TFT13 continuously streamed 24 presentations from over 15 different time zones via Google Hangout on Air to YouTube.
If you're one of the countless ITSM practitioners who work daily in organizations large and small, in countries around the world, listen up. You know how hard, lonely, and thankless it can be. You have friends out there. I listened to Mark Kawasaki's presentation at this week's T omorrow's Future Today 2013 conference.
On 18 June 2013, I was one of twenty four honoured speakers to present at TFT13, the world's biggest online IT Service Management conference. My topic was Leading IT Service Management using Agile and this was my first presentation at an online conference. " TFT, Tomorrow's Future Today, is the world's first 24-hour, global, follow-the-sun virtual conference.
Chris Dancy TFT13 What's it all about "TFT, Tomorrow's Future Today, is the world's first 24-hour, global, follow-the-sun virtual conference. It has a size and level of innovation that has never been seen before. Speakers are selected by their peers and elevated to a global stage overnight.
You can't beat learning from raving fans. The ones who just do stuff, no questions asked. The ones who just make stuff work because of their unbridled optimism and passion for your product or service. Tools say things to people. Some people see ways to combine and apply tools that can literally change lives and reinvent business models.
Since Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency systems administrator, leaked controversial documents about classified intelligence-gathering programs, there has been additional attention on data security throughout many organizations. Especially when it comes to determining the access privileges of IT staff. In this video, Nathan McNeill covers four simple, but effective ways to secure remote support.
The TFT13 conference is a wrap. My presentation can be found at this link above, along with the others sessions, or directly on YouTube here: http://youtu.be/CZ4PBcW7lOo With a desire to speak openly and freely to practitioners everywhere, I had no slides and never actually went through my presentation prior to delivery.
On June 18, 2013, Mark Kawasaki (Integration-ITSMO) was one of the presenters in a global online conference called Tomorrow's Future Today (TFT). TFT features 24 speakers, with a goal of creating a 24-hour virtual global conference, with each presentation following the sun, live on YouTube. The speakers were selected by popular vote online.