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Transform Your Workplace for Millennials

2014-11-September-Transform.jpgThe millennial generation cannot be ignored: they are your employees, your customers and may even be your future employers. When you couple this generational evolution with the unfolding digital transformation, you see the heady mix that is transforming business models and activities.

For the millennial generation, work is what they do, not where they go. Rigid corporate structures are limiting factors that stifle creativity and innovation. Organizations have plenty of opportunities to learn from this digitally savvy generation.

Atlassian Celebrates Growth, Collaboration Releases #Summit2014

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Atlassian is making some noise in the enterprise collaboration world at its annual conference in San Jose, Calif., this week.

Among the news -- the launch of a new native mobile HipChat app for iPhone and iPad that uses iOS 8’s new features. HipChat is the former San Francisco-based private chat service for enterprise collaboration that Atlassian acquired in 2012.

Meanwhile, Atlassian officials reported that the company ended its fiscal year June 30 with revenue of $215 million, up 44 percent over the previous year.

6 Things to Consider Before Buying Enterprise Social Software

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The social software market is dynamic and growing. It's customer rather than vendor driven, and grew by 15 percent last year, according to Gartner’s recently published Magic Quadrant for Social Software in the Workplace.

In the past, customers were primarily concerned with product maturity and support. But now they're more focused on collaboration and social capabilities, and how both can be seamlessly embedded into daily operations.

View of the Apple iPhone 6 Launch - from a 9-Year-Old

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PEABODY, Mass. -- So here we are, fresh off some conversations with Apple workers and customers at the consumer technology giant's brick-and-mortar store inside the Northshore Mall in suburban Boston.

It's the day of the big iPhone 6 launch, and we've got news to report. Stories to tell.

So what do we have?

"You got nothing," said my afternoon-reporting companion for the day, Matthew, my 9-year-old fourth-grader lucky enough to have a half-day today. 

Apparently, he's Bob Woodward.

"What are you going to write about?" he asked rhetorically, after listening to interviews I had with iPhone 4 users. "Oooh, I have an iPhone 4. Woo. Woo."

Office 365 Now Makes You Look Smarter via Office Delve

Even though it’s cloudy in Redmond, Wash. today, it actually looks brighter.

Oops sorry, it’s you that looks brighter if you’re one of the Office 365 Business users who is getting first access to Office Delve. Microsoft begins rolling it out today.

Office Delve’s (formerly codenamed Oslo) big promise is to present you with the right information at the right time without you needing to look for it. It makes information “even more valuable” according to Julia White, general manager of Office 365 Technical Product Management.

Discussion Point: Why are We Still Stuck on Email?

discussion-pointEmail: productivity's favorite punching bag. The complaints against email are well known. It's a time suck and ineffective for large scale communication, yet most of us still turn to it on a daily, if not hourly basis to communicate with others (with some notable exceptions succeeding without).

Some companies are experimenting with banning email communication during non-work hours while others have banned internal email

If email is truly the scourge that it is painted out to be, what explains its holding power? 

Was Gartner's Social Software Smackdown a Lovefest?

Gartner hosted a “Social Software Smackdown” panel at its Catalyst Conference last month. After talking with its host, analyst Larry Cannell, it’s clear that the participants from Microsoft/Yammer, Salesforce/Chatter and Box don’t feel that they’re in a turf war, at least just yet.

That's true in spite of the fact that Gartner’s most recent Magic Quadrant for Social Software in the Workplace noted there’s little difference in the products these companies provide.

 “We are in the early stages of this market with a tremendous upside for enterprises and workers,” Cannell wrote in his takeaway notes.

Week in Review: More Web Analytics Kings + Hadoop's Big Data Journey

Sprinklr Gets Even Bigger
Once, twice, three times a social media management acquisition.

Web Analytics Leaders
In web analytics vendor rankings, more choices emerge.

Check Out Box Workflow
When Box CEO Aaron Levie introduced Box Workflow, it’s worth taking notice.

Microsoft Office Gets Boost
Microsoft announced an aggressive expansion of its Office store. 

Large File Share Cleanup
CIO be wary: this is not a four-month project

Hadoop's Big Data Roadmap 
Are Hortonworks and Hive community paving Hadoop's future

 

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Microsoft is Aggressively Expanding its Office Store

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At the end of a week that saw Microsoft piling on functionality and cash incentives to capture a bigger slice of the enterprise market, including businesses with a mere 150 seats, it also announced an aggressive expansion of its Office store and more languages to capture new markets.

While it's obvious Microsoft is going to push its own products in its own store, it will also highlight third party apps that integrate with Microsoft tools.

Q3/Q4 Planning: Top Marketing Technology, Social Business Conferences & Events (03-Sept-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.)

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Why Google Is Rebranding Its Enterprise Division

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Here's a riddle for you: Why is Google rebranding of its Enterprise business?

Last night, Google announced the division that sells Google Drive and Gmail, among other services, is changing its name to Google for Work.

The announcement left a large number of observers underwhelmed. But the long-term vision behind the move may cause a lot of vendors concern about their future in a world where Google is seriously targeting the small business space.
 

How Not to Build a Digital Business

2014-02-September-Beatles-Bus.jpgHow do you become a digital business? You may discover many different paths to success on your digital journey, and even more opportunities to take a wrong turn along the way. Here are three traps to avoid, inspired by some classic Beatles songs plus a turn of phrase from Taylor Swift. Be sure you never ever get caught in these mistakes as you build your digital business.

Week in Review: Digital Marketing is Hard + Networks Put People First

LinkedIn Conundrum
Two big changes to the social platform has this marketer scratching his head.

Digital Marketing: No Walk in the Park
Get ready for false starts and other struggles along the way

Jive's Social Business Approach
Jive's Summer release promises to put the end user first.

People Rule in This Space
Work like a network? That's just marketing spin.

Google Zaps Microsoft
Google quietly launched a number of upgrades to Google Docs, Sheets and Slides.

VMWare's Big Splash at #VMWorld
VMWare goes big on desktop, mobile and content management.

 

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Can Your Social Platform Be Your Intranet?

I made the point back in July that good old fashioned intranet content publishing was not dead, and that enterprise social collaboration platforms really weren't very good for one to many publishing. A separate web publishing platform would probably still be needed -- use the right tool for the right job. As a result of that article, Jive Software asked to have a chat about my theory, to refresh my knowledge of its platform and demo some of the latest features. I always jump at the chance to be proven wrong, and so have had some interesting conversations with Adam Mertz, senior director of product marketing at Jive.

Watch Your Favorite Tech Exec Get Wet: Ice Bucket Challenge

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The summer of 2014 will be known for many things. Among them, the cloud storage wars, Microsoft’s new Mobile First, Cloud First mantra, and the battle for the enterprise among Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS) vendors.

It will also go down as the summer of the ice bucket challenge when everyone from Cristiano Ronaldo toKaty Perry to Jack Black to Novak Djokovic to Taylor Swift and Oprah dumped buckets of ice over their heads to raise money to fund research and bring awareness to ALS, a disease of the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord that control voluntary muscle movement.

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