You want to work for a great boss — someone you can respect and learn from. But what if your manager isn’t good at his job? What if you’re more competent or have greater skills? Should you be raising a ruckus or keeping your head down? And how do you get what you need without making your boss look bad?
Do you find yourself watching more video at work these days? If not, you will soon. And integrating that video into your content management system (CMS) will be essential to helping your audience use it productively.The ins and outs of enterprise videos were examined yesterday in a CMSWire webinar entitled: "Making Video Communication Easier with SharePoint." The session, which was sponsored by RAMP, can be watched here or at the end of this story.RAMP Product Manager Brian Prigge Topic: Information Management.
Presentata la survey annuale che sonda le previsioni dei CIO delle aziende medio grandi. C'è ancora fatica nel Paese a far partire gli investimenti in tecnologia, ma nonostante le difficoltà c'è chi riesce a usare l'innovazione digitale per competere. L'attenzione si concentra su Big Data, Mobile, Cloud e Dematerializzazione. Intervista a Mariano Corso
Delsey ha lanciato un sondaggio online per mettere a punto le ultime caratteristiche di Pluggage: un trolley ipertecnologico, capace di ricaricare la batteria di qualsiasi dispositivo elettronico, di fornire informazioni sul meteo e sui voli e, addirittura, di segnalare la propria presenza o assenza nei paraggi. Oggi è ancora un prototipo.
About a year ago IBM first announced they would be developing their next generation email client, code named MailNext. Today in NYC (and similar satellite events around the world) IBM unveiled the official product, now named IBM Verse. That's verse as in converse, or social interaction, not the shoe company. It's not a play on universe, nor a song or poem, nor related to Lotus "Notes" making up a verse!
It's no longer fashionable to criticize enterprise IT as it once was. That's because the Internet has definitively won the competition and is leading the way in tech innovation. But for proactive organizations, it doesn't have to be that way.
Digitization is rewriting the rules of competition, with incumbent companies most at risk of being left behind. Here are six critical decisions CEOs must make to address the strategic challenge posed by the digital revolution. A McKinsey Quarterly article.
We are living through an age in which the digital environment of work is becoming much more important than the physical workplace. The digital workplace has the potential to transform how companies operate on the front line, how employees communicate and collaborate internally, and even what it means to be an employee.
There are as many definitions of the digital workplace as there are organizations. But in light of this month's focus on the digital workplace, it could be useful to look at what a digital workplace is, and clarify some of the things that it is not.
For the past few years, some have justifiably questioned whether innovation has been going through a period of stagnation, especially when compared to major 19th and 20th century innovations like electricity, cars and airplanes. Have we pretty much stopped solving...
I presented at TechEd 2014 last week (Barcelona) on “Weave your enterprise solutions directly into Office products with the app model”, alongside Andrew Salamatov from the Exchange product group - in this post I want to provide the PowerPoint deck and link to the TechEd video, but I also to provide some thoughts on Apps for Office in general. First off, here is the slide deck: