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The Future is Open and Why You Should Care

2014-27-June-Hamster-Wheel.jpgThe recent move by Elon Musk to open thousands of Tesla’s patents to the public probably left you wondering, “What the heck is all this fuss about?” or “Why would people care so much about Tesla’s patents?”

Ultimately, it’s about what could be a great benefit for you (and me), the consumer -- and by that, I don’t mean all the coverage around how this will be good for the electric automobile industry. Though that is certainly true, there’s a lot more to it than that.

By making this move, Musk has really set a precedent for why all technology companies should consider going down the same path. Why? Because “open” environments benefit the entire ecosystem -- the companies, the consumers and the industry at large.

Guess Where Workers Have New Rights to Work from Home?

It's time for CEOs Marissa Mayer and Meg Whitman to eat their words — or at least rethink their strong stances on workplace inflexibility at Yahoo and Hewlett-Packard, respectively.

Telecommuting took a giant leap forward today — at least in the United Kingdom.

Just 16 months after Mayer sent shockwaves down the spines of telecommuters everywhere with her mandate to Yahoo workers to get back to the office and just eight months after Whitman followed with a slightly less strident request, it appears workplace flexibility is making a comeback. And that includes the right to work from home.

This Week: DAM's Link to Game of Thrones + SharePoint Shocker

DAM's Game of Thrones Connection
Managing your images, videos and rich media has much in common with the TV fantasy drama. 

Boost Identity with Social
Can brands target and personalize customer messaging through social identity?

Enterprise Mobility Showdown
Organizations recognize they need to integrate mobile apps with enterprise system and data.

Death of the Intranet?
Not so fast, say officials at Jostle.

SharePoint Shocker
Some SharePoint administrators have shocking disaster recovery plans.

Recapping MongoDB World
Feel like you missed out? You won't after reading this

The Future of B2B Ecommerce
The Tips You Can't Afford to Miss
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5 Steps for Building a SharePoint Migration Plan

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From all outward appearances, we seem to have turned a corner with SharePoint 2013 migrations. Compared to previous versions, SharePoint 2013 has experienced a relatively slow adoption cycle as organizations paused to understand the impacts of the new release -- and to understand, in many cases, their cloud strategies.

Migrations to the latest version seem to now be increasing speed. Since the SharePoint Conference in Las Vegas earlier this year, my own observation is that more companies are approving budgets and updating plans, and with that movement and more firm cloud strategies in place, we are also seeing an increased interest in SharePoint Online and Office 365.

Q2/Q3 Planning: Top Marketing Technology, Social Business Conferences & Events (25-Jun-14)

Our industry event planner gives you the heads-up on what key industry events are coming around the corner. If we've missed something, don't hesitate to add your event to the list. (You can also view the full calendar here.)

Webinar: Agile Marketing -- Creating a New Generation of Enterprise Digital Experience
Join CMSWire, Zoetis and Forrester Research on July 9th at 10:30am PDT / 1:30pm EDT. Hear from Forrester guest speaker Anjali Yakkundi about the lastest digital experience trends.
 

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Who Has the Best BYOD Management Services?

social business, Who's Got the Best BYOD Management Services?

Find a company that does not have a bring your own device (BYOD) management strategy, and you'd need to welcome them to enterprise life in the 2010s.

We all do work on our personal smartphones. 

The challenge for organizations is managing all these devices, systems, networks, operating systems, public and private cloud apps and other converging factors.

Forrester Research stresses the need for BYOD management services. It released today a Wave for Global BYOD Management Services, an analysis of 13 top BYOD integrators and specialists.

The Enterprise Mobility Showdown

To achieve competitive advantage, large organizations today are developing mobile applications that meet three key objectives: 1) enable new mobile business processes for employees, 2) meet the growing mobile demands of customers, and 3) unlock new revenue potential within their business and with partners.

To accomplish this, organizations often need to integrate mobile apps with enterprise systems and data — collectively referred to as the backend.

Organizations that do not integrate mobile apps securely and effectively with their existing backend infrastructure will face competitors whose employees are more productive, whose customers are more satisfied and whose ecosystem fuels new business opportunities.

Collaboration in 2025: Separating the Signals from the Noise

2014-23-June-Traffic-Jam.jpgThe Talent 2025 conference that took place a few weeks back gathered an audience of high ranking HR people from a wide range of organizations. I presented to them my vision of collaboration in 2025 (which will be discussed in a later article). Bob Johansen, former president and board member of The Institute for the Future (IFTF, Palo Alto, Calif.) and current distinguished fellow gave the talk prior to mine, speculating what things will be like 10 years from now.

Let's look at what Johansen predicted and what I did, and where they overlapped.

Are Intranets Dead? Jostle Doesn't Think So

Are intranets becoming obsolete? 

No way, say officials at Jostle, the 20-employee operation that offers what it calls turnkey intranet software in the cloud.

Some industry estimates cite employee intranet engagement at less than 50 percent. Jostle, however, claims some clients report 85 percent of its employees use the Jostle platform regularly.

Personify Explores a New Dimension in Collaboration

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Think about the worst part of the last online webinar you attended. Was it all those faceless slides?  Thought so.

And so did Sanjay Patel, CEO of Personify. Since 2009, he's been working on a way to enhance collaborative communications like webinars, chats and hangouts by adding depth-sensing, 3D cameras.

For most people, the mere mention of 3D conjures up visions of space monsters reaching out for them in a darkened movie theater. That's not what we're talking about here.

This Week: Working During the World Cup + Launching SharePoint

Marketing Automation Done Right
Marketing automation has shown that it can be a smart tool — when done right

My Analytics Beat Yours
IBM claims its customer experience analytics top Google's and Adobe's.

Working During the World Cup
We deliver five ways to keep your employees productive during a major sporting event.

Kick Start SharePoint Implementation 
If you wait too long to deliver something, users get impatient and the project loses momentum.

Why ECM is Alive and Well
To talk about enterprise content management as dead or dying is just plain silly.

Inside Box's Streem Play
Streem can help Box be the place where you store, access and sync all your content. 

Evaluating DAM Needs and Vendors
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Q2/Q3 Planning: Top Marketing Technology, Social Business Conferences & Events (11-Jun-14)

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Webinar: Agile Marketing -- Creating a New Generation of Enterprise Digital Experience
Join CMSWire, Zoetis and Forrester Research on July 9th at 10:30am PDT / 1:30pm EDT. Learn how marketing departments are evolving to meet the new web experience requirements of modern customers.
 

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4 Ways to Kick Start Your SharePoint Implementation

2014-17-June-Motocross.jpgWe've discussed the importance of proper planning, change management strategies and providing end user training in order to ensure a successful SharePoint implementation. While it is definitely good to have a plan or strategy in place for any software project, with the fast pace of change you shouldn't wait until you have the entire project complete before rolling out anything. If you wait too long to deliver something, users will get impatient and the project will lose momentum.

What You Can Do About Your Failing Social Implementation

2014-16-June-Hurdles.jpgOrganizations looking to implement social solutions face common barriers to success: lack of defined purpose, absence of executive support, unsupportive work culture, poor implementation planning. And while the numbers may seem daunting -- with Gartner estimating that 80 percent of social initiatives will fall short of expected goals through 2015 -- the following guidelines can help set a social initiative on a path to maturity.

Why Social Implementations Fail

2014-13-June-Stalled.jpgIn early 2013 Gartner published a report indicating 80 percent of Social Business efforts will not achieve their intended benefits through 2015. That is a staggering number and a bold prediction to say the least. Gartner can back up  from the data unearthed during its extensive research into social business.

At the same time, the importance of social as an integrated business tool is mounting. In 2013 MIT Sloan Management Review released a report stating that 18 percent of respondents to their Social Business Survey in 2011 said social was “important today.” In 2012, that number increased to 36 percent and in 2016 this number is expected be 69 percent.

As social grows across industries and vertical markets, many companies are facing common implementation barriers. The interest in using the solution runs high at the start and then slowly drops off as organizations move to deploying it across the company, leaving many organizations wondering why this is happening and how it can be addressed.

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