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AI, Bots, Collaboration and Teams: The Dynamics Shaping the Workplace

AI, Bots, Collaboration and Teams: The Dynamics Shaping the Workplace

Back in 2014, Richard Branson said “one day, offices will be a thing of the past.” Looking at it today, Branson's prediction might just come true.  The velocity of technological advances over the last decade has had a dramatic impact on the way we work.

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What Is Microsoft Kaizala?

What Is Microsoft Kaizala?

If you've never heard Microsoft Kaizala, you aren’t alone. But, depending on where you live, it may already be part of the Office 365 subscription you own.  What is Kaizala? Well, it's sort of like the business version of WhatsApp, the wildly-popular messaging app now owned by Facebook.

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Why You Should Launch Your SharePoint Deployment & Adoption Plan Concurrently

Why You Should Launch Your SharePoint Deployment & Adoption Plan Concurrently

SharePoint is more valuable when everyone uses the platform as intended and to the fullest. With wide and deep usage, organizations will not only access all of SharePoint’s business benefits, but also achieve healthy returns on their investments. It all starts with understanding that change management for user adoption is

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Digital Transformation Will Stall if You Don’t Prepare Your Employees

Digital Transformation Will Stall if You Don't Prepare Your Employees

Many companies are investing a great deal of time and money in new technologies and processes to achieve their digital transformation goals. Those investments are warranted at a time when so much emerging and potentially game-changing technology is available.

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Why the Enterprise Workplace Should be Ready for More Remote Workers in 2019

Why the Enterprise Workplace Should be Ready for More Remote Workers in 2019

There have been a number of predictions about the digital workplace and what will happen over the next year, but the only theme that has repeated time and time again is remote working. Analysts agree that remote working will become more, rather than less, widespread in the digital workplace.

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