Firewalls and Security in Software as a Service
MAY 22, 2006
Tools - A Summary - was general consensus around: Software as a Service is Great for Learning Professionals inside Corporations Firewall restrictions still pose a problem for SOME services Security is a concern, but generally should not stop use The reason that Software as a Service is so attractive is that it is often hard to get Corporate IT to spend time on getting even simple software packages set-up and even harder to get them to agree to support these packages.
Why Corporate Training is Broken And How to Fix It
JULY 17, 2012
eLearning was born. Venture capitalists funded scores of eLearning companies, most of which disappeared in the dot-com crash a few years later. Many of the corporations that adopted eLearning fell under the same mistaken spell that beguiled investors. eLearning.
19 Tips for Effective Online Conferences
AUGUST 5, 2010
It has issues with firewalls. This is especially true with information like testing the virtual meeting software, getting into sessions, protocols during sessions, time zones, etc. eLearning Technology. Subscribe to the Best of eLearning Learning for updates from this blog and other eLearning blogs I was recently asked me about my recommendations for conducting effective online conferences (virtual conference).
FEBRUARY 12, 2011
Working smarter embraces the spirit of agile software, action learning, social networks, and parallel developments in many disciplines. You may be familiar with eLearning Learning but it also powers Leadership Digital, Career Digital and several others. The software has evolved.
Informal Learning – the other 80%
APRIL 16, 2013
eLearning vendors look at another set of economics. First-generation eLearning had blending all wrong. The hunger for proprietary knowledge does not stop at the firewall. The eLearning Forum conducts a monthly educational meeting.
Web 2.0 Tools in the Enterprise
MARCH 21, 2007
Then I saw Bill Ives Is Blogging Inside the Firewall an Oxymoron? It could be information about how to use some software, or interesting content that people have collected about a topic, or whatever. Is it widespread among eLearning Professionals? I first saw Andrew McAffee's post on uses of Web 2.0 approaches inside of corporations - quite good at identifying some different patterns.
2.0 and Interesting Times
SEPTEMBER 29, 2009
Definition (via Andrew McAfee ): the use of emergent social software platforms within companies, or between companies and their partners or customers HR & Org Implication: Enterprise 2.0 When I described eLearning 2.0 eLearning Technology. Subscribe to the Best of eLearning Learning for updates from this blog and other eLearning blogs Interesting post by Dan Pontefract where he provides definitions of some different "2.0"
Words of Wisdom*
DECEMBER 15, 2008
HR speaking: We got into elearning when there were scattered experiments going on around the organization. We used to have SMEs give workshops, and those were attended, so we’ve purchased virtual presentation software to allow our SMEs to present online. Who needs all this rapid eLearning stuff? We strictly firewall off access to the outside, as we don’t want people getting information that hasn’t been vetted internally.
Ten years after
Jay Cross's Informal Learning
JANUARY 10, 2009
Training” extends outside the firewall. Application software and files will migrate from the PC to the net. Software agents will continuously crawl the net, feeding. When the web was giving birth to eLearning, my gut told me wrenching changes were in store. The few glitches that do arise will have made software developers more holistic and users, more cautious. Frustrated by firewalls, many employees shifted training activities to their homes.