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Translation technology guide for easy communication

White Paper: Language Department

Technology is evolving at the rapid rate. As it continues to revolutionize the world, will the technology be the future of the translation industry? The short answer is yes, but it will aid the translator, not replace. Machine versus man is an obsolete thought when it comes to the translation industry because they are not in competition, instead they have to work together and complement each other. No matter how many algorithms or complexities you can throw into software or a system, you lose a translator’s compassion, empathy, understanding and indeed their specialty. Technology will always help translators to translate better rather than replace them. This white paper explores the current and future states of the translation industry in terms of services for organizations, pros and cons for both machine translation and human translation approach and the challenges translation professionals face in delivering high-quality translations and the expectation of how technology can help them. Download the guide now to discover: What does the future of the translation industry look like? Costly translation mistakes with real consequences The pros and cons of machine translation How to choose the best translation services for your business?​  

Effective Audio For Video Conferencing

White Paper: Clear One

For the success of any audio conference, the quality of the voice transmission line is crucial. Voice quality in a video conference is impacted by the acoustics of at least two rooms – the caller and the listener. Today, most audio conferencing endpoint products (speakers, microphones, and audio mixing controls) are full-duplex systems, providing the same kind of interaction one gets from the telephone, with important improvements. This whitepaper addresses what needs to be done with audio to make it effective in all situations so users can clearly hear everyone involved in audio and video conferencing calls. Key takeaways from this whitepaper on “Audio Conferencing”: Audio Communications-Most critical portion of any conference Audio Conferencing Endpoint Equipment Achieving Good Audio Quality Audio is the Foundation

The Value Of Standalone Video Endpoints

White Paper: Clear One

Standalone video endpoints are now available to allow organizations to grow their adoption of video conferencing and offer easy to use, full-featured, technology. These systems are designed for small and medium-sized organizations or for secondary sites of larger enterprises. The concept of standalone endpoints marries well with the BYOD (bring your own device) trend and can reduce cost and complexity for SMB (small/medium businesses) and secondary sites for larger organizations. This whitepaper talks about the value of standalone video endpoints. It discusses: Deployment and usage of video conferencing systems The Value of Standalone video endpoints Cloud-based Conferencing Applications for Standalone Systems

Disruption is Dead - Why Users Are the Inspiration for True Innovation?

White Paper: Cogniance

Disruption used to mean a true shift in the market that blew minds and emptied walls. Disruption may be a waning model for innovation, but there’s a pot of proverbial gold on your product roadmap- and they’ve been there the whole time. This whitepaper explores why a user-focused, design-led mentality for technology products delights markets and satisfies that picky user in all of us. Key takeaways from this whitepaper: What’s being called “disruption” is really a dressed-up version of imitation How the user perspective turned airbnb around “What is” should lead to “what if” It’s time to get started. Bring your designers into the process early. Run tests!

Pretty Isn’t The Point: 3 Questions That Lead To Killer Products

White Paper: Cogniance

Embedding design into your product development process from the beginning is not only better for the user, it adds more to your business value. Integrating design into your product development process enables you to do that by incorporating user feedback, prototypes and focus groups into the mix to create a product with more depth and breadth in your market. This whitepaper addresses the three questions that great designers ask in the development process that lead to killer products, what MIT found about the design-led organization and more. Design from the beginning- Involving designers at the genesis of the product design process When less is more- Greater costs in terms of materials and man hours The need for a designer’s perspective- Design aids product development Explore what makes a market WOW, not just a market win.

Securities Reference Data Management: A Trend Towards Outsourcing?

White Paper: Kurt Salmon

Securities reference data management is evolving from a necessary and often ignored cost to support operations to a central and vital role within the organization. Reference data management (RDM) is an increasingly important process in financial institutions. Securities reference data management is considered to be highly critical for the business of custodians. Read this whitepaper to know the best practices for achieving your securities reference data management project is not to go for a revolution, but to evolve to the final model in a step by step approach. Key takeaways from this whitepaper on “Securities Reference Data Management: A Trend towards Outsourcing?” are: Challenges faced by financial institutions in terms of Reference Data Management The alternative approaches for securities reference data management Can securities reference data management be outsourced? Positioning of reference data management services regarding outsourcing

Turning Piratez into Consumers

White Paper: Visual Unity

Want to stop content piracy? Multi-screen is at the top of the entertainment industry’s agenda for delivering digital video. Many in the entertainment industry are quick to blame piracy for any revenue decline in their business. But why not blame the Internet itself? This whitepaper explores how piracy has evolved over the past decades, issues surrounding copyright infringement in the entertainment industry, and the steps necessary to convert Piratez into consumers in this digital age. It addresses questions like: What are the origins of digital piracy and what are the methods that have been developed to halt its progress? What is the role of social media in piracy and the entertainment industry? What are the issues surrounding piracy and content protection, in the form of a gap analysis about what consumers want from their entertainment? Read this whitepaper to learn about the new trends in multi-screen and the privacy related challenges that solution providers are facing today in assisting curators of content to address their content aggregators and distributors’ needs and changing market demands.

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