I recently returned from IMS Global Learning Consortium’s 2014 “Learning Impact” conference held in New Orleans. IMS Global is a non-profit member organization that develops interoperability standards like “Question and Test Interoperability” (QTI) and “Learning Tools Interoperability” (LTI) that are wiy adopted in the education sector. While standards (yawn) don’t get most of us
As a consultant in education systems and software, I’ve noticed that a majority of new applications in this burgeoning field, ($500 million in startup seed money in the first quarter of 2014 alone!) focus on STEM. STEM stands for “Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.” This is perhaps because these applications are created by software
The civil aviation industry in China is growing by leaps and bounds. China’s growth rate in outbound, or overseas, travel will surpass the US’s outbound travel growth rate this year to make China the world’s largest overseas travel market. China will also become the biggest domestic travel market by 2017 (source: FinancialExpress.com). These growth
Flatirons Solutions, a provider of content lifecycle management (CLM) consulting, technology, and outsourcing solutions to Fortune 1000 companies, today announced it has helped BMO Harris Bank achieve significant ROI by using the EMC® InfoArchive solution and Flatirons’ Application Retirement solution, as highlighted by BMO in a presentation at the EMC World conference this week.
Group of established industry leaders join forces to maximize InfoArchive customer value Crawford Technologies, Flatirons Solutions, IS Solutions, Solix and The Windward Group today announced plans to form The InfoArchive Consortium, an unprecedented alliance committed to scaling and fostering the adoption of next generation unified archiving based on the EMC® InfoArchive platform. Read the
Springtime in Seattle for last week’s Content Management Strategies/DITA North America conference brought an abundance of sunshine to the typically gray city. Just as people start gearing up to tackle another season of danions and other weeds that can easily spiral out of control, so, too, did conference attendees continue to grapple with their