Corporate user demands for mobile content: Top-down and bottom-up
Tuesday, 17th July 2012
FreePint's research study, Enterprise Market for Mobile Content 2012, provides insight into how information managers in a range of global organisations face demand from their users -- those at the top of the organisation and those at the junior levels.
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Robin has worked with a wide range of organisations in the for-profit and non-profit sector. She has developed online communities, publications and distance learning modules for a range of business purposes. She is the author of Teach Beyond Your Reach: An instructor's guide to developing and running successful distance learning classes, workshops, training sessions and more (second edition, Cyber Age, 2012) and the co-author of E-Merchant: Retail Strategies for e-Commerce (Addison-Wesley, 2001).
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