Monthly Archives: May 2015

Without Information Governance, Your Tech Doesn’t Matter

Without Information Governance, Your Tech Doesn't Matter

The past six months I have talked to a wide variety of organizations, helping them assess their content management efforts, and in the process gaining a better understanding of how the average organization addresses its content challenges.

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Your Cheat Sheet to Microsoft Ignite

Your Cheat Sheet to Microsoft Ignite

“What have you learned, Dorothy?” – The Tin Woodsman It’s a worthwhile question to ask anytime you return from Kansas – or anywhere in the Midwest. I recently got back from five days with about 23,000 others at the inaugural Microsoft Ignite conference at McCormick Place in Chicago.

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2015 Meeker Report Links Mobility with Narcissism

2015 Meeker Report Links Mobility with Narcissism

For the past 20 years annually, KPCB analyst Mary Meeker has compiled various publicly available statistics about the Internet-using public, in an effort to draw important parallels about how our society is evolving. In her latest study released this week, presented as a long series of presentation slides, Meeker draws

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What Gartner Wants You to Know About the New Digital Workplace

What Gartner Wants You to Know About the New Digital Workplace

Work democratization and consumerization are rapidly changing when, where and how people work. Newly autonomous employees are effectively "business consumers" — digitally literate employees who have adapted the latest consumer work styles and increasingly expect a comparable workplace experience.

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