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Don’t Blame Vendors for Your Mobile Intranet Failure

Don't Blame Vendors for Your Mobile Intranet Failure

Organizations have pushed information and communications technology out to field workers for decades, including (if you go back far enough) telephone linemen physically connecting a “mobile” handset to telephone wires with crocodile clips.

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3-D Virtual Training Delivers Learning on Demand

3-D Virtual Training Delivers Learning on Demand

Businesses are doing everything they can to keep pace with the technological and operational advances that are happening at breakneck speed these days. And among the many challenges they face is keeping employees' skills and knowledge current. Enter simulated training.

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Bringing Mobile Content Management to the Field

Bringing Mobile Content Management to the Field

What do doctors in disaster zones, lumberjacks in forests and social workers in the UK have in common? They’re all part of the growing — but largely hidden — workforces who are using mobile to transform their working day.

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4 Ways Enterprise Mobile Repeats Intranet Mistakes

4 Ways Enterprise Mobile Repeats Intranet Mistakes

Three years ago we had high hopes for enterprise mobile, but large organizations have made sluggish progress overall. Many of the failures stem from four mistakes common to poor intranet management.

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Escape the Cubicle with Office 365

Escape the Cubicle with Office 365

We are no longer tethered to an office — high speed Internet and cloud capabilities took care of that. With mobile devices that can connect to the internet and the cloud, and digital workplace tools that allow collaboration from anywhere, there’s just no point in being stuck in a cubicle.

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Sure You Can Work All the Time … But Should You?

Sure You Can Work All the Time ... But Should You?

Mobile apps promise a revolution in how we work.  Along with social apps, mobile apps let knowledge workers stay in touch with colleagues better and perform tasks wherever they happen to be. That might be at a customer site, at home or even on vacation.

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The Road Half-Traveled: Attaining Mobile Success

The Road Half-Traveled: Attaining Mobile Success

"The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost describes the conundrum of choosing between two paths. And while literary experts argue that it wasn't Frost's point at all, the poem is commonly used to reinforce the idea that there is merit in taking the harder, less-traveled option.

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