Start Every Meeting On Time

When your business runs on meetings, every minute counts. Unfortunately modern day complexities like AV connections, long dial-ins, document sharing and remote teams can often keep you waiting–and waiting some more–for your meetings to begin.

Thankfully, it doesn’t have to be this way. With some planning smarts and the right systems, you, too, can have blissfully punctual meetings that not only start on time, but finish on the dot as well. Here are 9 causes and fixes for Late Meeting Syndrome.

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Boosting Workplace Productivity with AI

To close deals and get more done, you might feel compelled to make a drastic change, like hiring an entirely new team or overhauling every single operations system.

But this all-or-nothing approach isn’t necessarily the answer. Instead, try implementing one change that has far-reaching effects.

Enter: AI.

These two little letters can seem intimidating, but integrating this technology into your workplace has the power to transform every aspect of your business—no exaggeration.

In short, AI helps you work smarter, not harder, so you can focus on what matters most: building a better business.

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7 Reasons to Ditch the Duct Tape and Embrace the Cloud

When your business is rapidly growing, it’s easy to fall into the habit of adopting quick-fix solutions to problems as they crop up. One area that tends to take a big hit is business communications.

Individual solutions may address short-term problems now, but they tend to create larger challenges in the future. This whitepaper can show you how to address today’s communications challenges while being prepared for tomorrow’s.

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The Top 5 Cures for CIO Insomnia

Since when did being a CIO mean sleep deprivation?

Being a CIO today means exhibiting a level of adaptation that would impress Darwin. It’s a position that’s increasingly dynamic, complex, and—dare we say it—more interesting than it’s ever been.

But the role isn’t without its list of sometimes daunting responsibilities that can keep just about anyone up at night. Here are five ways you can rise to the challenge and get the 8 hours you deserve.

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Playbook for the Modern IT Leader

Why so much complexity?

Being a modern IT leader no longer means working in isolation on a handful of projects or being the, “hey, fix my computer” department. Today, IT is intrinsic to every element of your enterprise. And while that’s brought a lot of great and exciting developments, simplicity isn’t one of them.

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So many ways to WAN

One of the most critical components to the success of any growth-oriented enterprise is its wide area network (WAN), which is essential to delivering an exemplary customer and employee experience across all locations.

Let’s look at the various types of WANs in use today and how wide area networking is evolving to support new applications and better performance now and in the future.

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Prepping for the Oncoming Wave of SD-WANS

An information technology juggernaut has left the station, gathering tremendous momentum as it rolls toward virtually every midsize and large organization. No, it’s not the Internet of Things, software containers or even big data. It’s the software-defined wide-area network (SD-WAN), a groundbreaking technology many expect to double in market size in each of the next three years.

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Customer Management In The Relationship Era Report

In the Relationship Era, customer relationships (and the way we manage them) have fundamentally changed. What was once a  one-­time transaction between a business and a single buyer has evolved into long-­term and mutually rewarding partnerships between teams and their customers.

In May 2018, we surveyed 1,059 business professionals to discover how they work together to build lasting customer relationships. Download our new research report, The State of Customer Management in the Relationship Era, to discover what we found.

WHAT'S INSIDE:

  • Top objectives businesses are prioritizing in 2019
  • Top teams involved in building customer relationships
  • Top customer communication and collaboration channels
  • Top challenges with customer relationship management
  • Top integrations for maximizing team productivity
  • And so much more!

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ROI Survey ­Impact of CRM in the Relationship Era Infographic

In the Relationship Era, CRM is now impacting businesses and teams like never before. Yes, that means even marketing & customer success teams are using CRM now. We surveyed our customers to discover how they are leveraging their CRM to work together and build lasting customer relationships. We crunched the numbers and broke down the diverse ways in which CRM's are improving collaboration, productivity and much more.

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ROI Survey ­ Impact of CRM in the Relationship Era ebook

In the Relationship Era, CRM is impacting businesses and teams like never before. (Yes, even Marketing and Customer Success teams are using CRM now.). We surveyed our customers and crunched some numbers to find out how they're using CRM to collaborate CRM to collaborate and build lasting customer relationships.

Find out:

  • The 4 perks of CRM that only some teams know about
  • One of the biggest time-­wasters for Sales teams
  • The differences between teams that use CRMs and teams that don't
  • And more...

Don't get left behind in  mediocre CRM-­land. Download the ebook for free.

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GDPR Impact Series 2018

2018 sees the long-awaited General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enter into enforcement starting May 25th. It is a once-in-a-lifetime change to the legal basis on which individuals share their data with organizations.

Research company DataIQ recently examined how consumers expect their data to be used and whether they intend to exercise their new rights, as well as into what organizations intend to do to bring their data-driven practices into line with the Regulations. Download the report now to:

  • Understand the consumer perspective on data collection, consent, context, and control
  • Learn key strategies for the business/marketer’s processes, top opportunities, and challenges in adjusting to the new Regulation
  • Identify any mis-alignments between the two sides’ views of the data exchange and their root causes

Whether you view data as the new oil or as the beginning of the fourth industrial revolution, its relevance in today’s world is hard to deny. By laying the groundwork now, businesses will be able to embrace the opportunities presented by GDPR, and this research takes us one step closer to a more comprehensive understanding of how to truly put the customer and their expectations at the center of everything a brand does.

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Customer Data Platforms: How They Work, What They Solve & Why Everyone Needs To Use One

Today’s customers have been trained by Amazon, Netflix, Spotify and many others to expect personalized experiences and have little tolerance for firms that do it poorly. Quality data is needed to fuel the technologies that power personalization, but assembling that quality data can be hard.

Enter the Customer Data Platform (CDP). As defined by the Customer Data Platform Institute, a CDP is a marketer-managed system that builds a unified and persistent customer database that is accessible to other systems. While they are promising to be faster, easier, cheaper and more flexible than previous solutions – even the most savviest of martech professionals aren’t fully understanding their benefits, capabilities and integration abilities.

View this report today to learn the:

  • 3 main functions of a CDP
  • 8 advantages of using a CDP to assemble customer data
  • 8 common questions about CDPs and their answers
  • Key ways to select and budget for a CDP and more!

Download a copy of the CDP Institute’s report, “Customer Data Platforms: How They Work, What They Solve & Why Everyone Needs to Use One” today.

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Best Practices for Optimizing Website Performance With Tag Management

Many factors impact site performance, including the speed of the hosting provider, page design, number of http requests, and more. One big factor is the accumulation of digital marketing vendor tags and pixels on web pages. Tags can dramatically impact site performance in a number of ways, including poor tag design, slow response time associated with the collection servers, tag placement and the sheer number of tags accumulated on pages. Over the years, Tealium has pioneered many of the best practices in tagging and has incorporated various techniques to minimize the effect of tags on website performance.

They include:

  • Tag Loading & Page Performance – Perceived Load Time vs Actual Load Time
  • Asynchronous Loading
  • Client-Side Tagging with Multi-CDNs
  • Script Compression (gzip) and Bundling
  • Conditional Loading
  • Reduced Page Weight
  • Fewer DNS Lookups
  • Intelligent Cache

Using these techniques, our e-commerce clients can see a 20 to 50% increase in overall site speed. This whitepaper provides more details about these techniques and their associated benefits.

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