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Is Email Dying?

by Chief Marketing Officer at Extreme Networks on Nov 25, 2013

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Extreme Networks conducted a survey to see if email is still a viable communication medium, and to see what other media may be taking its place.

Extreme Networks conducted a survey to see if email is still a viable communication medium, and to see what other media may be taking its place.

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  • rishisomshetti NetGains Technologies Pvt Ltd. at NetGains Technologies Pvt Ltd. eMail is going to be there for years to come. Unlike facebook, twitter etc which are run by companies to generate profits, Email is not owned by any single organization. Hence, it will remain cheapest mode of advertisement. eMail is evolving and its integration with Social media will enhance value further.

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  • americancold Antriksh Tyagi, Managing Director at Google & Microsoft Enterprise Solutions Email can not die.... It will be always there in someway or the other.
    Just a way of email is changing...changing form's doesn't mean die.. If yes... then you are right. 'Mail changed to E-Mail, EMail derivative SMS can into picture, Now we have Social Media Activity replacing them slowly gradually (Reason: Concept behind all above is to convey your message or thought or feelings or even formal letter etc. Mostly all mobile apps like whatsapp, google+, line, more provide facility to send attachments) It's a Win Win situation for consumers to have so many choices out there to convey you message. Email die-ng is now just a topic of perception and debates. For more www.techbliss.in or write ansh@techbliss.in or call +91 9716813099
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  • ernie_cordell Ernie Cordell, Experiment at seeming real. Watched every socnet go sinusoidal and then into logarithmic decay. This is like a projection that all communication will be between groups and no longer targeted or interpersonal. The trend will neither be linear nor consistent multivariate. 4 months ago
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  • BillGraham1 Bill Graham, Senior Technical Writer/Senior Consultant at Idea Integration Carl, that is the best comment I've seen yet. We need people like you to ask these questions. A nice infographic is just that and little more if it doesn't explain how it arrived at its conclusions. What is that old Latin maxim? De omnibus dubitandum.

    Extreme Networks, I don't want to be hyper critical. Your information design is effective, easy to follow and engaging. I understood your message loud and clear. It would be nice, however, to see a direct link to the study on this infographic. Did I miss it? I see the link to your web site, but not a direct one to the study. Where do we find the study once we land on your web site? I like what you've done, but people who want to follow up on your research may want to know how you arrived at your conclusions.

    One thing we cannot do is accurately predict five years into the future. I suspect most if not all of these media will be around in five years, but I also believe we'll have additional options. I also believe there is another key question to ask: Are we becoming more or less inclined to communicate effectively? With all of our gadgetry, are we relying on it more than ever to communicate for us and letting the chips fall wherever they may? That's a scary question to ask, but it's probably one that requires an answer sooner rather than later. Just a thought or two.
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  • americancold Antriksh Tyagi, Managing Director at Google & Microsoft Enterprise Solutions We are Google Apps Reseller and Technical Service Provider.
    We invite other email solution companies seeking channel partners in North India region. For Businesses, We offer you to take our free online demo, where we will take you through new advance cloud apps such as Google Apps [Cloud Email Solution].
    For more details;
    Email = ansh@techbliss.in || Call = +91 9716813099
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  • mj16 Mary Jesse, Founder and CEO at Ivycorp Great infographic! At Ivy, we provide businesses with messaging over email, SMS, mobile apps, web and social channels. Everyone has a different preference. ivytalk.com 4 months ago
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  • papele79 Raffaele Colella, Founder @ CannonballMail at Cannonball.io Thanks Vala for your data.

    @cannonballmail we are bullish on email too.
    Once I read a great comparison with the wheel, the greatest transportation “protocol”. The wheel has stayed throughout the centuries, what have changed are the things on top of it, carriages, old cars, more modern ones.

    In our humble opinion Email is one of the great communication protocol and is here to stay, what needs to evolve is its format as to make sense of the explosion of content in our inboxes.

    Automatic organization and UX innovation is needed to empower users to (1) focus on emails from other people and interact smoothly as in a chat, (2) find the transactional emails they need to take action on as in an organizer (3) be able to enjoy leisure content when they feel to.

    If you would like to find out more about our vision, you can visit cannonball.io or find me at raffaele@cannonball.io

    Kindest Regards,
    Raffaele Colella
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  • carlbillson Carl Billson What are the sample metrics and methodology used? e.g. total numbers in survey and further breakdown on sampling criteria required to help assess validity. Begs question about what else will be around in 5 year's time! Nice graphics! 4 months ago
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  • agriya-ahsan Agriya at Agriya Awesome Predictions . Let we have to wait and see :) 4 months ago
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  • SherwinSucaldito Sherwin Sucaldito Email will not go completely away. I would even say it is not dying, but rather being defined versus being the dominant end all solution for communication. Previously, there were limited ways for individuals to communicate and as the choices expanded, it was only natural that there was a spread among the various mediums available. Snail mail would have to first die off before email is even considered to be on its way out.

    More so, there are numerous functions and privacy concerns which will keep email viable. Social media is great for sharing online content, media and short messages, but privacy, security and even content size will prevent them from being the preferred method in some situations. Additionally, it will be hard for organizations to set policies based on an outside organization, whose policies or even existence may change.

    Furthermore, many organizations also implement restrictions on certain social media sites as well, which limits the way they communicate. Some documents require to not only be sent out via email, but encrypted as well, something that is very rare among other social media providers.
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