Don’t we all want to produce optimal results? Isn’t that the mission of your organization? Don’t your supervisors, executives and elected officials expect that? Then why are so many organizations tempted to ignore best practices?
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Use this checklist of email design best practices to deliver messages that are not only tailored to your audience, but also look professional, function properly, and capture the attention of increasingly-busy and multi-device-connected constituents to invite opens, attract clicks, and inspire action.
The following is an interview with Webster Mudge, Senior Director of Technology Solutions, Cloudera. To learn more about how your agency can excel with big data, be sure to check out our guide: The Big Data Playbook for Government. One of the challenges for any IT program is soliciting support from leaders and gaining executive buy-in. Although… Read more »
To learn more about how your agency can excel with big data, be sure to check out our guide: The Big Data Playbook for Government. On August 31, 1854, the London district of Soho was struck with a cholera outbreak, and by September 10, the neighborhood had reported over 500 deaths. Curious as to how… Read more »
I remember it like it was yesterday. August 9, 2001, the day that my dog Dexter became the newest – and cutest – member of our family. I recall cuddling him in my arms as he nuzzled his fuzzy body in my lap on the car ride home. Every fiber in my being rejoiced at… Read more »