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Enterprise 2.0 and legacy system integration.

Over the summer I have many interactions with C-level executives in public agencies, universities and private companies about the concept of Enterprise 2.0 or in layman’s terms the use of the emerging social media tools in public and private organizations to complement existing legacy...

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You just walked into a file room ... Now What?‏

If you are a system integrator or even an ISV you are leaving money on the table and allowing your competition to get a foot in the door...Most system integrators in SharePoint arena focus on the document management and the workflow aspects of the ECM system

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The Devil's Triangle

Briefly, TDT is a relationship between three participants in a software implementation project: the customer, the vendor, and the system integrator

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Contributing content via mobile – Ubiquitous Information Capture

Forward-thinking technology vendors, savvy systems integrators or end-user organizations that choose to truly embrace and begin to harness the power of these platforms have a tremendous opportunity to design extremely easy to use, yet highly effective ubiquitous information capture via mobile solutions

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The Audacity of Email

Let me give you a concrete example: You are developing a new add-on for SharePoint that requires you to engage a team of end users in your office, the systems integrator who designed it, an offshore team of testers and quality assurance to make sure that everything works properly

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Building an effective capture solution – Part 2 of 3 (Capture/Processing/Transformation)

Disruptive technologies offer great promise The convergence of mega internet bandwidth, cheaper CPU’s, inexpensive memory, virtualization, web services, mobile, social and cloud (to name a few) allow innovative technology providers, as well as savvy systems integrators to create enterprise class capture solutions without compromise

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ECM starts with Paper

Using my time tested 1:3:5 ratio there should be another $3 billion in revenue to Microsoft (or other platform provider) and another $5 billion to system integrators

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7 Rules to write an effective RFP for selecting the right WEM Vendor

Also, this requirement Matrix should not only focus on product features but also various other factors such as – Product Roadmap Global Presence System Integrators Product Architecture Even for these generic questions, one may specify the format of response to escape from the trap of evaluating tons and tons of text and supporting documents the vendors may provide as a response

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