Philip De Lancie

Philip De Lancie is a freelance writer covering all aspects of content creation, management, and distribution. His work has appeared regularly in leading publications for professionals in media production and management.

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Articles by Philip De Lancie


An emerging branch of environmentalism, armed with startup attitude and the analytical framework of behavioral economics, is positing that given the right combination of information, social pressure, and incentives, behavior can be influenced in an environmentally beneficial way. One element of this strategy involves social media, which can exert positive social pressure.
Editorial/Feature - March 2010 Issue, Posted Mar 08, 2010
While the end-user experience is as important today as ever, a tougher business climate is forcing reevaluation of CDNs’ value. Some CDNs have simply fallen by the wayside, and the rest are under increasing pressure to justify their expense in terms of ROI.
Editorial/Feature - July 2003 Issue, Posted Jul 18, 2003
The availability of resources to meet tomorrow’s computing needs is best assured not simply by boosting speed, but also by fundamentally reorganizing the way that individual computing resources within an organization may be allocated to accomplish common goals. Gaining currency under the name “Grid computing,” it’s almost a kind of communism for computers. But Grid advocates are neither utopians nor ideologues, just people with lots of work to do who need enough computing power to do it.
Editorial/Feature - January 2003 Issue, Posted Jan 01, 2003
Editorial/Feature - October 2002 Issue, Posted Oct 01, 2002
When you think of content management for video assets, you may not initially think of governmental applications. But as the events of last fall have reminded us, there is more to a secure society than simply commerce and media. A digitized knowledgebase can be a valuable tool in support of overall governmental training and response efforts. In the last few years, the capacity of networks to deal with video has improved, and content management for video has come of age.
Editorial/Feature - February 2002 Issue, Posted Feb 01, 2002
Editorial/Feature - September 2001 Issue, Posted Sep 01, 2001