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What Microsoft Office 365 Teaches Us About the First Generation of Business (and Presentations) in the Cloud

June 28th, 2011 · 1 Comment · Asset Management, Presentation Agency, The Cloud

Microsoft Office took a stand against Google Apps today with the release of a cloud based suite called Office 365. Priced at $6 per person per month, the new offering is targeted at businesses amongst Microsoft’s user base of one billion. Early adopters report that the browser based office suite performs as expected, but as [...]

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Why Condé Nast Still Needs a Presentation Agency After Their Launch of Idea Flight

June 6th, 2011 · No Comments · Asset Management, iPad, Presentation Agency, Sales Presentations

For a brief moment last week it would have been easy to think that Condé Nast had entered the competitive ranks of enterprise level presentation software vendors. Their new iPad app, Idea Flight, is positioned as an iPad presentation solution for business, but take a look closer and there’s a big difference between Idea Flight [...]

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Keynote’s 6 Step Video Integration Process for iPad Presentations Should Be Automatic

May 11th, 2011 · 3 Comments · Asset Management, Sales Presentations, Slide Library, Slide Management, Slide Manager

Syncing video for Keynote presentations on the iPad is a long and arduous process. Even those accustomed to the six steps of aggravation have reason to complain, but imagine the inconvenience of integrating video back into a presentation multiplied by an entire salesforce of ten, 50, or 100 iPads. The time spent adding a simple [...]

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3 reasons to build slides using Flash content your company already has

February 24th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Asset Management, Flash Presentations, PowerPoint, Presentation Agency, Slide Management

It makes sense for businesses to bring existing Flash content into their presentations for the following reasons:
1. Animated, interactive slides help them stand out from the competition.
2. Marketing teams can ensure consistency of design and message by using the same content on the Web and in presentations.
3. Businesses save time and money by re-using high-impact Web content in their presentations.

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