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3 Tips for Project Managers to Manage Input From Multiple Stakeholders

3 Tips for Project Managers to Manage Input From Multiple Stakeholders

Your company is implementing a new system for an internal process —  say it is a CMS or a CRM system —  and part of the process is soliciting the input of the project’s stakeholders, including the users, of which typically there are a lot. This can be thankless task according to Kat Leffler, an IT consultant who has been involved in numerous projects for large corporate enterprises focusing on operational readiness, process normalization and incident tracking.

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6 Problems ECM Can Still Solve in the Enterprise

6 Problems ECM Can Still Solve in the Enterprise

The current discussion around enterprise content management (ECM) is still focused on the so-called "death of ECM" and the rise of content services. The discussion, which was encapsulated in the Gartner blog post  published at the beginning of 2017, focused on the emergence of content services and the gradual decline

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How Will We React to This Period of Revolutionary Technological Change?

How Will We React to This Period of Revolutionary Technological Change?

How should you protect against information security threats? Paper, anyone? Cybersecurity is at the top of just about every C-level “what keeps me up at night” list. Consider this top 10 worry list from TechRepublic  last fall: Ransomware Getting breached and the media catching it first GDPR

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Edge Computing vs. Fog Computing: What’s the Difference?

Edge Computing vs. Fog Computing: What's the Difference?

Internet of Things (IoT) devices are flooding the world. In fact, studies show that we can expect over 75 billion IoT devices to be active by 2025. From smart voice assistants to in-store beacons, brands are experimenting with touch points in a bid to improve the customer experience and

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