Powerskier1416@juno.com. That was my first email account in 7th grade.
You could find me talking with my friends either there or on AOL Instant Messenger late at night, but that was new tech over 20 years ago.
I have grown up with email for personal and work use, but are we seeing a movement towards replacing email with more visual and collaborative apps like text based Slack or screen recorder and video based CloudApp? How might these and other productivity/collaboration apps slowly replace email in the next ten years?
Email is still very much a part of our day to day work lives and will continue to be so in the foreseeable future, but it's not hard to see a generational shift to potentially more effective communication means when it comes to a business setting. Slack for informal communication and rapport building, CloudApp as a screen recorder, and Lucidchart for diagraming, are just a few that I love of the productivity and collaborative app category.
Joe is VP of Corporate and Demand Marketing at Scorpion. He is also the CMO of Stockchain Global and Advisory Board Member at Ylixr. He has over 12 years experience managing various areas of marketing including research, media buying, social, and overall strategy. His analyses have been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Associated Press, and Forbes. Joe holds a BSc in Finance and MBA in Strategy & Marketing from the University of Utah. He also has an Executive Degree in Entrepreneurship and Innovation from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.