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Our Disappearing Content: Why Digital Preservation Matters

Our Disappearing Content: Why Digital Preservation Matters

I recently returned from the 2018 AIIM Conference in San Antonio. While there, I visited the Alamo. An old Spanish mission constructed in the 1700s, the Alamo was the scene of several battles including a famous last stand that didn’t end well for the defenders.

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Have Intranet Competitions Helped Drive Intranet Effectiveness?

Have Intranet Competitions Helped Drive Intranet Effectiveness?

Intranet and digital workplace awards and competitions have been around for many years now and have provided a great mechanism for sharing in-depth intranet examples, management approaches and designs across the global intranet community. This has helped with knowledge-sharing and the adoption of good practices across intranet teams.

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DX Summit Conference Returns to Chicago for 4th Year

DX Summit Conference Returns to Chicago for 4th Year

CMSWire’s DX Summit 2018 conference will celebrate a fourth year of digital customer experience innovation when it returns to the Radisson Blu Aqua in Chicago November 12 to 14. With interactive workshops, inspiring keynotes, social hours and more, DX Summit 2018 promises to be bigger, brighter and bolder.

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5 Tips to Building a Content Culture Inside Your Business

5 Tips to Building a Content Culture Inside Your Business

It’s no longer a secret, content marketing is the most cost-effective way to a customer’s eyes, ears and heart — especially if you can get your internal team on the content-producing bandwagon. The problem is, 44 percent of marketers claim that content production is their biggest challenge, and if the

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Rita Zonius: Help Employees Understand ‘How Change Will Benefit Them Personally’

Rita Zonius: Help Employees Understand 'How Change Will Benefit Them Personally'

Rita Zonius had witnessed the evolution of digital workplace technologies and the accompanying shifts in users’ perceptions of those tools. "Back in the day, it wasn’t easy to encourage people to let go of their siloed repositories of information," she said.

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