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Tag: enterprise collaboration

  • The Minimalist Collaboration Challenge

    The Minimalist Collaboration Challenge

    What's the least you would need — in terms of equipment and in terms of software/apps — to collaborate effectively? In other words, “how low can you go?” without losing necessary functionality?  I decided to take the challenge in part after attending the GetGeeked  event on June 11 in San

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  • Do You Know the Secret to Happy Employees?

    Do You Know the Secret to Happy Employees?

    You don't have to look hard to find a platform that promises to produce happy, motivated, engaged employees.

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  • Agile + Scale - DevOps = Predictable Doom

    Agile + Scale - DevOps = Predictable Doom

    Predictability is the primary reason companies embrace agile over waterfall. The full slate of reasons vary depending upon the context of the company, and it would certainly not come as a shock that many companies embrace agile because it’s hip.

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  • We Need Answers: Bring Cards to Enterprise Search

    We Need Answers: Bring Cards to Enterprise Search

    Imagine you wanted to know what time the next train to London was from Oxford. When you search in Google the first hit isn’t a link to a site but a card like the one below.

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  • Finding Your Way with BYOA

    Finding Your Way with BYOA

    Sometimes keeping up with technology trends requires a little deciphering. The roadmap for navigating the “Bring Your Own...” push in business, for instance, should probably come with a legend just to keep all the acronyms straight.

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  • Delegation Isn't A Dirty Word

    Delegation Isn't A Dirty Word

    The word "delegation" seems to leave a bad taste in people's mouths. In the business world, where many believe their merits as an employee are directly tied to the work they produce, it can be hard to understand how delegating that work to others is a wise choice.

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  • Building Up a Microsoft Intranet in a Box

    Building Up a Microsoft Intranet in a Box

    In the midst of all the Office 365 Groups questions and Windows updates, an interesting trend bubbled under the surface at Microsoft Ignite that remains to be answered: What’s the preferred way to build your intranet in the cloud? Microsoft won’t be answering that — it’s not in its model

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  • The Microsoft Trend You Might Have Missed: The Intranet in a Box

    The Microsoft Trend You Might Have Missed: The Intranet in a Box

    Microsoft shared a lot about the future as Redmond sees it at last month's Ignite conference. It’s a future that looks, by turns, both inspiring and somewhat confusing.

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  • Stop Wasting Time: In Pursuit of the Perfect Meeting

    Stop Wasting Time: In Pursuit of the Perfect Meeting

    Meetings are a mess.  They are a holdover from the industrial revolution, when companies needed them to communicate information to each successive layer of management. But today’s technologies can track task status, resources and more in real time online, eliminating the need for many status meetings.

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  • Creating Employees for Life

    Creating Employees for Life

    Everyone knows that Salesforce.com has a stated goal of gaining customers for life. But is there anybody out there who is thinking of creating employees for life? Because in today’s workplace, your employees are the ones who are going to create your customers. Success has to start with them.

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  • The Million Dollar Question: What Is Intranet Success?

    The Million Dollar Question: What Is Intranet Success?

    How do you determine the success (or otherwise) of your intranet? It’s the million dollar question and there are many ways to answer it.

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  • Social Beyond the Yammer Framework

    Social Beyond the Yammer Framework

    No matter how much Microsoft talks about development "at the speed of the cloud," there will be announcements and product releases that it holds back from the public eye for a time, to unveil later at a large industry event — such as what we saw with BUILD and Ignite

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  • Collaboration in 3D

    When Facebook acquired Oculus Rift  for $2 billion, it woke people up to the real business value in virtual reality and holography. And while most people think "gaming" when they think virtual reality, the advances in this technology could impact how we collaborate today and in the future.

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  • What Are Office 365 Groups?

    What Are Office 365 Groups?

    Microsoft has created no small amount of confusion with its rollout of Office 365 Groups. The reason? Office 365 Groups capabilities overlap with functionality already provided through SharePoint Team Sites and Yammer groups, which are other products in the Office 365 suite.

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