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Cultural heritage institutions are moving their content online

Posted by Candice Land on Jun 5, 2018 10:00:00 AM

Over recent years, digital transformation has presented challenges to various industries and organisations as they grapple with managing the obstacles and opportunities that digitalisation brings.

Migrating to a digital business model takes time and effort. Organisations are gradually adopting more digital tools and assessing how their internal resources can deliver against new digital strategies and goals. 

Moving content online to a digital platform is one option that organisations are considering to broaden the availability of their content to a digital audience. 

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Topics: collections, digital content, archive

Axios shares how they will be approaching content: concise and relevant

Posted by Candice Land on Jan 10, 2017 1:03:10 PM

Axios is a newly-founded media company that offers alternative solutions for digital content. The company that will launch next week was founded by the co-founder of Politico, Jim VandeHei, and his colleague Rob Schwartz.

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Topics: social media, Social Media, Blog, blog, Comment, digital content

The reverse digital effect / The value of digital content

Posted by Daisy Ware-Jarrett on May 11, 2015 3:47:03 PM

The divide between digital and hand-written content could be blurred even further with the launch of a clever little robot who will turn your tweets into hand-written letters.

So, here's the concept, snack company Kind have teamed up with technology company Bond to get more messages of support out to troops during Military Appreciation Month. By using #thankskindly anyone can send a tweet-sized message to Bond's robot, which will then take your digitised message and add a "human touch" so it can be sent on to serving soldiers.

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Topics: Technology, #thankskindly, value, Blog, digital content, handwriting robot

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