Tag Archives: information overload

Technology Addiction’s Impact Grows, Both In and Out of the Workplace

Technology Addiction's Impact Grows, Both In and Out of the Workplace

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s recent Congressional appearance concerning the impact of social networks, technology addiction and digital privacy raised more questions than it answered. As Facebook implications for society at large occupy the headlines, the effects of social (i.e. collaboration) technologies at work are largely being ignored.

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Don’t Know Which Microsoft Collaboration Tool to Use? You’re Not Alone

Don't Know Which Microsoft Collaboration Tool to Use? You're Not Alone

“If you’re confused about Office 365 features, you’re not alone,” stated a 2017 report from Avanade entitled, “Uncomplicating Office 365.” No kidding. It’s no wonder we’re so confused.

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Knowledge Really is Power: Search and the Intelligent Workplace

Knowledge Really is Power: Search and the Intelligent Workplace

The old saying, “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know that matters” is in desperate need of a 21st-century makeover.  In today's digital workplace, a more appropriate adage might be, “What you know depends on who you know.

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