Posts tagged: Hearst Corporation

O’Reilly Says the Future of Publishing is Data

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 Feb 16, 2012

And I almost believe them. The truth is publishers have been dealing with mounds of data for quite some time. Now that enterprise marketers are facing similar issues, there’s a term (Big Data) to explain the problem. Graphics, text, links, rich media, and more are all versioned and stored with metadata to ensure they’re findable when needed. New media and technology has just added a new layer of complication to the already expanding databases. To capture the changing demands of publishing technology, O’Reilly has once again hosted its Tools of Change conference, bringing publishers, authors, and technology companies under one roof to discuss the problems and solutions facing today’s publishing industry. Read more »

A Digital Mailbox Services Update with Manilla

Matt Swain
 Jan 31, 2012

I will be meeting with the Executive Committee at Hearst Corporation to discuss the digital mailbox services market today and thought it would be a good time to provide an update on the progress that we are seeing with Hearst Corporation’s Manilla service, one of the key providers in the U.S. for digital mailbox services. For a refresher on Manilla, it is a free service that allows consumers to manage their bills, financial accounts, travel rewards programs, subscriptions and other digital accounts all in one secure place online and on mobile devices. With Manilla, tasks that were once a hassle, such as paying bills, tracking travel miles or filing statements can become convenient and easy to do. The Figure below shows what an AT&T account summary page in Manilla looks like. Read more »

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