February 28, 2012 11:23 AM
"Hi, Peter. Whaaat's happening…We need to talk about your [Brainshark] reports. Did you get that memo?" ~ Office Space, 1999
Brainshark reporting is quick and easy, and you can get a lot of info about who’s viewing your presentations, where they’re viewing them, what they’re viewing, which ones they're viewing, for how long…you get the picture. Reports can be run by anyone, based on their own content, or by company administrators for information regarding ...
February 24, 2012 10:53 AM
"Connecting with new prospects! I mean REALLY connecting with the passion and excitement that only your voice can carry. I have been using Brainshark as a personal invitation to webinars, specifically, leveraging mobile technology + QR Codes in advertising. Bottom-line how to help clients and agencies think outside of the traditional boundaries of advertising. So, I included a QR Code link in the Brainshark presentation giving access to the webinar and information. Because of the content a...
February 23, 2012 09:35 AM
In the world of corporate training, there’s often the question of whether a formal or informal learning program is the right way to go. First, it’s important to understand that there are many different opinions out there on formal vs. informal learning, and there’s certainly more than one approach for each.
At Brainshark, we believe the training experience you choose should depend heavily on your company’s needs, objectives and challenges. In his book, Informal Learning:...
February 22, 2012 12:16 PM
We recently sat down to record our CEO Joe Gustafson’s annual Brainshark State of the Union interview, to provide it on-demand rather than in a live webinar. Instead of going through the production antics of shooting and editing video, we did an audio recording and used it as narration to a series of PowerPoint slides illustrating what was being said. Brainshark software does handle video just as well as PowerPoint, but we decided to use PowerPoint slides this time. The intervie...
February 21, 2012 09:51 AM
Last week, I introduced some findings from our Executive Roundtable event late last year which centered on the driving factors of rapid tablet adoption across businesses. Yet, in that same study, we also came across a few speed bumps in the road for some enterprises trying to go mobile. Many of these challenges have to do with potential security issues.
When executives expressed a challenge with their mobile strategy, almost 80% of them cited security concerns. For one respondent, securi...