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Michelle
Michelle
10/26/2016 10:33:10 PM
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not amused
This is an area I haven't thought about before. Is there a best-use case? 

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
10/27/2016 11:44:02 AM
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Specialty verticals
I chose the option for verticals with specialty needs -- because they'll have all those needs PLUS the standard needs of the other options above.

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
10/28/2016 12:40:24 PM
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Re: not amused
I think there's a myth about the "killer app" for various kinds of tech.. maybe the PC wouldn't have taken off as fast as it did without "excel" spreadsheets, but I think it would still have taken off... so maybe there's not a killer app for other areas of tech, either.

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freehe
freehe
10/29/2016 4:37:06 PM
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Productive Video
I choose the large companeis option because they typically have the budgets to implement costly services such as elearning and virtual training.

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Michelle
Michelle
10/29/2016 6:26:09 PM
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Re: not amused
@mhh we shall see. I'm curious to see the progression of different video markets, even the non-entertainment types

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Michelle
Michelle
10/29/2016 6:38:15 PM
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Re: Productive Video
@freehe Sounds like a solid plan. There's still a chance your favorite device/service is shut down in favor of something with higher margins

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
10/31/2016 12:30:57 PM
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Re: Specialty verticals
I chose Small Business simply because I think they need to be a differentiator more than anything else.    

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
11/2/2016 6:15:51 AM
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Re: not amused
@mhh: Indeed, the PC was doing pretty well long before Excel.

Additionally, it's interesting to note how time makes various "killer apps" not quite obsolesce but certainly age ungracefully.

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
11/2/2016 10:26:37 AM
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Re: not amused
Spreadsheets were definitely a key app for the growth of the PC market, and I'm not sure what the killer app was for smartphones and tablets?

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
11/30/2016 8:19:04 PM
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Re: not amused
>I'm not sure what the killer app was for smartphones and tablets?

@mhh: Angry Birds?  Bejeweled?  Facebook/Twitter/Instagram?  Filemaker Pro (in a meta sort of way)?  Interesting question.

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