Author: Daniel W. Rasmus

The WBA Wireless Global Congress: Synthesis and Summary

This summer the WBA Wireless Global Congress was held virtually. I attended each session. The following post synthesizes some key ideas from the sessions. It is not exhaustive. A full list of presentations and a link to downloads is provided at the end of this post for those who want to explore sessions or ideas.

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Review: DMAI Animal Island Learning Adventure (AILA) Sit & Play

Review: DMAI Animal Island Learning Adventure (AILA) Sit & Playview I always cringe when I see a parent hand an expensive tablet or phone to a child. Not only does the phone seem at risk, I’m never sure if the screen time is meant for learning or just distraction. DMAI has solved that problem, at.

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The Fuze Adoption Playbook: Analysis & Recommendations

The Fuze Adoption Playbook: Analysis and Recommendations Analysis Fuze recently launched what it calls The Adoption Playbook. Their Adoption Playbook (found here) covers the creation of a five-phase approach to adoption.  These phases include: Adoption game plan Internal launch campaign Engagement plan Go live support Ongoing nurture Fuze’s Adoption Playbook covers the basics, but it is.

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Review: Noteshelf—A Crossplatform Note-Taking Solution for All Situations

Noteshelf is also available on Apple’s Mac App Store ($7.99) and Android’s Google Play ($4.99) What I like Noteshelf’s clean user interface revolves around notebooks. The flexible product offers a confusion-free note-taking environment. Instruments at the top make functions clear. A wealth of features hides below icons like the gear and the plus-sign, grouped logically.

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What are the six steps to becoming a thought leader?

Many visitors to Serious Insights ask the following question: What are the six steps to becoming a thought leader? There are more than six steps, but for the sake of brevity and to answer the question directly, here are the six fundamental steps every thought leader must traverse. Thought leaders bring with them a number.

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Review: JBL Flip 5. Waterproof with a Punch.

Review: JBL Flip 5 What we like With the $119 list Flip 5 JBL delivers a hardy little speaker. The camo covering on our review unit reinforced the overall rugged design, as well as the fun side of the Flip line. The IPX 7 water rating means no worries about splashes or momentary submersions. Hiding.

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Review: Jabra Speak 510, The Perfect Personal Speakerphone

Review: Jabra Speak 510 The Jabra Speak 510 has transformed a weekly ritual. Since the beginning of the pandemic lock-in, my family has connected every Saturday night with my sister-in-law and her family in Southern California for dinner. I use an Apple 12.9 inch iPad Pro mounted into an iKlip stand (a no longer shipping.

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How Do I Become a Knowledge Worker?

The idea of the knowledge worker stems from Peter Drucker’s 1950 and 60s work. The term was first used in his book, The Landmarks of Tomorrow where Drucker explored the characteristics of workers who apply theory and analytics to their work. The theory and analytical mindset would derive from formal training. In my work, I.

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The Tens: Getting Work From Home Right #WFH

The Tens: Getting Work From Home Right The latest entry in the Serious Insights series “The Tens.”  This issue focuses on Getting Work From Home Right. Download the PDF Understand the work that needs to be done. With digitization and automation, many organizations have lost track of the work they do at the detail level..

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Wireless Broadband Alliance OpenRoaming Initiative Needs to Focus On Adoption

OpenRoaming, a Wireless Broadband Alliance, brings together broadband suppliers and manufacturers to create a more seamless end-user experience. To succeed, the organization needs to focus on small and mid-tier adopters to ensure their vision achieves timely implementation. Traditional roaming on cellular devices remains expensive and using WiFi while traveling can be a dubious endeavor because.

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