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Search Won’t Improve Until We Understand Why People Search, Not Just How

Search Won't Improve Until We Understand Why People Search, Not Just How

Throughout our working lives there will be many occasions when we realize there is a gap between the information we have and the information we need. Our search for that information doesn't always mean we turn to an enterprise search application.

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Microsoft Pushes Teams Into Conference Rooms, Google Tasks Stands Alone, More News

Microsoft Pushes Teams Into Conference Rooms, Google Tasks Stands Alone, More News

Microsoft continues to push its Teams collaboration workspace application deeper into the enterprise. At the InfoComm conference in Las Vegas earlier this month, the Redmond, Wash.-based company announced it will be adding Teams to a number of Microsoft-certified conference room devices, including Surface Hub.

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Microsoft Opens Its Garage, LibreOffice Releases New Version, More News

Microsoft Opens Its Garage, LibreOffice Releases New Version, More News

When it comes to email, Google's Gmail still holds a significantly larger marketshare than Microsoft's Outlook. But keep an eye on the Microsoft space.  Last July the company unveiled Focused Inbox, its answer to Gmail's Inbox, which separates important form non-important email.

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OpenText’s Loss, RSA’s Gain: Rohit Ghai Leaves Dell EMC ECD

OpenText's Loss, RSA's Gain: Rohit Ghai Leaves Dell EMC ECD

A second top executive has resigned from Dell EMC's Enterprise Content Division (ECD), injecting more uncertainty about the fate of Documentum and its sister products as their acquisition by OpenText nears. OpenText announced its plans to acquire Documentum and EMC's other ECD businesses, including InfoArchive and EMC Leap in

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Doc Mgt Roll-Up: Microsoft Enhances OneDrive for Business

Doc Mgt Roll-Up: Microsoft Enhances OneDrive for Business

Microsoft is trying to woo more users to OneDrive for Business with promises of better syncing, better access to Windows 8.1 support, easier setup and seamless client integration.  In effect, Microsoft is offering the proverbial kitchen sink to users. The announcements were made in a blog post this week  by Jeff

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Adobe, Dropbox Give Android Users a Little Love

Adobe, Dropbox Give Android Users a Little Love

Adobe and Dropbox have finally given Android users parity with iOS users.  When the two companies signed an integration deal last October, Adobe added a drag-and-drop Workflow Designer, enhanced electronic signatures and Enterprise Mobility Management and Signature Capture to its Document Cloud. In November, Adobe  announced that iOS devices

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Doc Mgt Roll-Up: Talk to Your Google Docs

Doc Mgt Roll-Up: Talk to Your Google Docs

Over the past two years, Google  has continuously added functionality to Google Docs and the wider Google for Work suite. This week, it introduced Voice typing for Google Docs. This means users can capture ideas, compose an agenda or even write proposals without having to touch their keyboard.

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