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slideware

(1) Any PowerPoint or similar presentation. See wares.

(2) A PowerPoint or similar presentation about hardware or software that is only on the drawing board and nowhere near completion. See vaporware and wares.
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When you use slideware to develop content, you spend more time fiddling with slides than thinking about audience needs.
Rather, it often reflects a poorly thought-out decision influenced more by aggressive supplier slideware than by actual supply chain synergies.
This session covers fundamental best practices for integrating slideware in to your presentations and demystifies some basic tactics for adding subtle but effective pizzazz to your slideshows.
Finally, computer-generated slideware presentations have been roundly criticized, with the preponderance of sources arguing that the slides have an insignificant or even negative impact on learning and some arguing that faulty or unmindful use of pre-formatted presentation packages are the source of the problem (e.
We have a large IT spend, a large IT organization, a large enterprise to automate, and I think one of the most important things that we felt, back in '05, was that we couldn't go to market--to your point--with an offer that was just a bunch of slideware, that couldn't be backed up by road maps and technologies and, frankly, us ourselves using it and implementing it.