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How Executives Can Lead the Way in SharePoint and Office 365 Adoption Efforts

How Executives Can Lead the Way in SharePoint and Office 365 Adoption Efforts

High levels of SharePoint and Office 365 adoption have been linked to benefits such as optimal automation, collaboration and productivity. So if you've deployed these platforms within your organization, it behooves you, as an executive, to get personally involved in the adoption campaigns.

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Today’s Product Managers Know Who’s the Boss: The Customer

Today's Product Managers Know Who's the Boss: The Customer

Silicon Valley likes to say (with some justification) that it’s where the future is invented. From technical innovation to upended business models, it’s a major force in how we live and work today. So it’s perhaps counterintuitive to realize that one of its fundamental qualities is almost 100 years old.

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Adit Moskovitch: Use Analytics in a More Meaningful Way Throughout the Digital Workplace

Adit Moskovitch: Use Analytics in a More Meaningful Way Throughout the Digital Workplace

A technologist at her core, Adit Moskovitch started out as a “humble programmer” and quickly became intrigued by how to design and even anticipate the user experience. “Customer experience is about ensuring the experience is smooth and sometimes even exciting,” she said.

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How to Build a Company Worthy of the Next Generation

How to Build a Company Worthy of the Next Generation

I am in awe of today’s youth for pushing us to move the world in new directions. In Flint, Mich., Gitanjali Rao, an 11-year old girl troubled by the water crisis, invented a lead-detecting device. In New York City, Desmond Napoles founded the first youth-oriented drag club. In

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