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Stop Operating in the Dark: Remove Departmental Blinders for Better CX

Stop Operating in the Dark: Remove Departmental Blinders for Better CX

Breaking organizations into teams that focus on specific lines of business is one of the core ways we all organize information and knowledge in order to create products, services and great customer experiences. Beyond emerging startups, it’s difficult to find examples of companies that don’t departmentalize.

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A Digital Workplace Strategy Is More Than Its Parts

A Digital Workplace Strategy Is More Than Its Parts

In a world overflowing with content, tools and information, it’s easy to lose sight of the big picture — especially when that big picture comprises so many moving parts. A modern digital workplace strategy is composed of communications, people, process, ideas, information, websites, tools, systems, metadata and more.

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Free Cloud-Native Tools Are Changing the Industry

Free Cloud-Native Tools Are Changing the Industry

Our entire company started using Slack in less than a week. The marketing team in Amsterdam was completely onboarded within an hour, most of the company within a day, and people on vacation or out of office within less than a week. Then our other chat applications were turned off.

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DAM Industry Desperately Needs a Makeover

DAM Industry Desperately Needs a Makeover

In a scene from my favorite episode of the TV show “Parks and Recreation,” Leslie Knope is appalled by the extremes a chard stand has to go to through to gain the support of the farmers’ market community.  Despite the nutrients and vitamins chard provides, and insane benefits like helping prevent cancer, reducing the likelihood of

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10 Gift Ideas for the DAM Manager in Your Life

10 Gift Ideas for the DAM Manager in Your Life

Dear Santa, I think I finally finished the digital asset management (DAM) system.   I cataloged all of our assets, filled out the metadata fields with complete accuracy, increased our system adoption to 100 percent and cut down on the time it takes to create and publish marketing content.

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