Enterprise

The USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) is the central starship in the fictional Star Trek media franchise. The original Star Trek series features a voice-over by Enterprise captain, James T. Kirk (William Shatner), which describes the mission of Enterprise as "to explore strange new worlds; to seek out new life and new civilizations; to boldly go where no man has gone before". The ship's basic design "formed the basis for one of sci-fi's most iconic images". A refit version of NCC-1701 appears in the first three Star Trek films. The 2009 Star Trek film, which takes place in an alternate timeline, features a re-conceptualization of the original Enterprise.
Posts about Enterprise
  • #SFSNYC: Verve Sees New Revenue Streams in Location-based Mobile Ads

    … There’s no question that brands big and small not only want to take advantage of mobile/local campaigns — but also see real results. Companies want to know if a campaign actually brought customers to a store. Local data can provide the answer — so long as it’s clearly defined and comes from reliable outlets. With more resources being offered…

    Street Fightin Mobile- 26 readers -
  • Constructing the Enterprise Priority List for Local Search

    … In this regular Street Fight feature, local marketing gurus David Mihm and Mike Blumenthal kick around some of the biggest ideas affecting the local search ecosystem and the broader industry. Send us an email or leave a comment if you have specific topics that you’d like them to touch on in future columns! Mike: I actually started riding my…

    Street Fightin SEO Google- 18 readers -
  • Why Are Enterprise Marketers Such a Slippery, Elusive Market?

    … Why Are Enterprise Marketers Such a Slippery, Elusive Market? July 5, 2016 by Laura Rich Leave a Comment Filed Under: Uncategorized 6 The truth is, they aren’t. But when it comes to local, they’re often sticking to the tried-and-true — which means traditional media and email marketing. In a survey we conducted of 200 executives at some…

    Street Fightin Paid Search EMail- 19 readers -
  • Making the Case for WordPress in Enterprise: Pros and Cons

    … Technology Blog and have been ecstatic with the results. There are pros and cons of utilizing WordPress in the Enterprise. I’d liken the WordPress experience to racing. You have a car (WordPress), driver (your staff), your engine (themes and plugins), and your racetrack (your infrastructure). If any one of these elements is lacking, you lose the race…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 20 readers -
  • How Content is Transforming the Enterprise

    … to be helpful—and increasingly, marketing departments are finding that creating great content is the best way to accomplish both. But as it turns out, this paradigm applies to more than just marketing. It affects the way enterprise companies communicate and build relationships with all of their stakeholders, including investors, the press, employees…

    The Content Strategistin Content How To's- 13 readers -
  • Infographic: 79% of March Madness Apps Can Track Your Location

    … Software asset management company Flexera Software has released its latest mobile app risk assessment report, analyzing popular March Madness apps, and the access these apps may receive to features (and potentially information) on a user’s device once they’re downloaded. Looking at 28 iOS apps, Flexera found 79 percent of the tested apps…

    Inside Facebookin Social- 15 readers -