Media Content Delivery Systems Offer E-Learning Advantage

Media content and its applicability has dictated the exposure and use of the information that is being shared. In 2010 content and applicability still play a factor in the absorption of information, however the speed and simplicity of content delivery have become the more important then the actual content. Randy Palubiak, president of Enliten Management Group, Alpharetta, referred to several media outlets in her article, Youtube being one of the prevalent. You tube delievers media in a size and speed comparable to social networks like Facebook and Myspace.

Palubiak noted in the article short snippets of videos once only popular among young people have now become the preferred method media consumption among even seasoned corporate executives.

While many media platforms like Facebook, Google, and Youtube can be outlets for content that is devoid of any kind of practical use, Palubiak also pointed out that these delivery systems could be utilized towards maximizing workflow and overall organizational alignment. In addition to the development of e-learning technologies that have produced smarter and more efficient companies, social networks, company wikis, blogs and web conferencing have become a standard in an industry that is now defined by two minuet video clips and “snipits”.

Palubiak commented that social media content and delivery has a bright future and the requirement to utilize these resources will only become greater as the technology advances. “What was once a novelty has now become an industry standard and unfortunately few companies know how to handle video use from beginning to end,” observed Palubiak. Through the utilization of e-learning technologies consumers will be able to harness the potential of these new media content delivery systems.

Media content and its applicability has dictated the exposure and use of the information that is being shared. In 2010 content and applicability still play a factor in the absorption of information, however the speed and simplicity of content delivery have become the more important then the actual content. Randy Palubiak, president of Enliten Management Group, Alpharetta, referred to several media outlets in her article, Youtube being one of the prevalent. You tube delievers media in a size and speed comparable to social networks like Facebook and Myspace.

Palubiak noted in the article short snippets of videos once only popular among young people have now become the preferred method media consumption among even seasoned corporate executives.

While many media platforms like Facebook, Google, and Youtube can be outlets for content that is devoid of any kind of practical use, Palubiak also pointed out that these delivery systems could be utilized towards maximizing workflow and overall organizational alignment. In addition to the development of e-learning technologies that have produced smarter and more efficient companies, social networks, company wikis, blogs and web conferencing have become a standard in an industry that is now defined by two minuet video clips and “snipits”.

Palubiak commented that social media content and delivery has a bright future and the requirement to utilize these resources will only become greater as the technology advances. “What was once a novelty has now become an industry standard and unfortunately few companies know how to handle video use from beginning to end,” observed Palubiak. Through the utilization of e-learning technologies consumers will be able to harness the potential of these new media content delivery systems.

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