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Digital Natives – Are they the Tipping Point for Paper?

Digital Natives grew up with the pervasive and widespread use of technology...These digital natives demand delivery of their content anytime, anywhere and want to view and store that content using a variety of devices and technologies

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"Hang Loose" and Ride the Wave of Change

My last blog “Digital Natives – Are they the Tipping Point for Paper” seems to have generated some interest and even a few comments...The idea that I presented was that digital natives will be the catalyst for the reduction of paper use in business

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IT and the Millennials: Bridging the chasm

Much has been written about the Millennials / digital natives / MySpace / Facebook / latest social phenomenon generation entering the world of work and disrupting the traditional IT department

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Digital Nation- Implications for ECM and E2.0

Digital Natives - the "millennials" are the most wired group of people in history, and this will have a profound impact on information management

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Internet of Things - The Human Side

Talent Management The Problem Digital natives are fast replacing the existing workforce across the globe, cutting across continents

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It’s either Darwin or the way of the Dinosaurs

Would a hybrid solution, consisting of a combination “physical” and “virtual” library serve the needs of both digital natives and digital immigrants?

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I'm Not Too Old for Web 2.0

They spoke in sweeping generalizations of digital dinosaurs, digital natives, and digital immigrants

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