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How to improve your event with near-field technology

Revolutionary technologies are pushing boundaries and taking us to places we couldn’t have imagined. Even though Near-Field Communication (NFC) has been with us for a while, this unique technology was given the needed boost in recent years, thanks to our daily usage of the internet and smartphone devices.

With NFC, you can easily transfer data between two devices, which accelerated the trend for mobile payments.

Read more at: https://www.eventindustrynews.com/news/how-to-improve-your-event-with-near-field-technology

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Event Tech Lingo: 100 Event Tech Terms You Need to Know

The recent explosion of virtual and hybrid event tech has helped the industry through one of the most challenging years it has ever faced, but it has also thrown event planners into unfamiliar territory. Sourcing virtual event platforms and hybrid technology was not the norm until 2020, and it requires at least a basic understanding of the available offerings and features.

With that in mind, here is an extensive glossary of event tech terms to help you make sense of the technology you’re working with.

Read more at: https://www.eventmanagerblog.com/event-tech-terms

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Hybrid event analytics: evaluating data for virtual and in-person components

As leading event professionals have pointed out, data is a key differential of virtual events.

The shift to virtual has brought richer event data analytics, but attendees´ craving for in-person experience and connections remains.

So, how is hybrid event analytics going to work? How can organizers evaluate data relating to the same event but from two distinct formats?

Read more at: https://blog.inevent.com/virtual-events/hybrid-event-analytics-evaluating-data-for-virtual-and-in-person-components.html