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Outlook Remains a Viable Collaboration Tool

Outlook Remains a Viable Collaboration Tool

It became clear at Microsoft Ignite that the company was doubling down on its Microsoft Teams product as the center of an Office 365 user's world. Microsoft introduced new integrations with other Office 365 components, including SharePoint, OneDrive and Yammer as well as integrations with other third party tools.

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Planning a Documentum Exit Strategy

Planning a Documentum Exit Strategy

The dust hasn’t completely settled on the OpenText Documentum acquisition, but the initial shock has worn off.  Any of my clients currently on Documentum are now focusing on their go-forward strategy for the platform. For most of them, this means an exit strategy, because none of them view Documentum as a platform worth investing in

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Managing an Enterprise Search Migration

Managing an Enterprise Search Migration

If your business still using a Google Enterprise Search Appliance (ESA), the clock is ticking on finding a search platform replacement.  Many alternate platforms are of course available, but the challenges of a search migration really begin after you've chosen your new solution.

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DM Roll-up: Has WhatsApp Added Stickiness with File Sharing?

Earlier this month CMSWire’s Kaya Ismail made a very strong case for making WhatsApp part of an organization's marketing strategy.  WhatsApp is now more than just a messaging app — even if it started life that way — offering a host of functionality that modern marketers will find useful.

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Hyland Closes Perceptive Deal, Google Glass Returns, More News

Hyland Closes Perceptive Deal, Google Glass Returns, More News

Two months ago, Hyland announced it would buy Lexmark’s Perceptive business from its parent company Thoma Bravo, following the latter's acquisition of the entire Lexmark software portfolio. The news caused a ripple of excitement across the enterprise content management industry.

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