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My 2014 predictions

I guess it’s that time. I have never been one to dust off my crystal ball for an annual look-see, but this time, for these issues, I think I’m safe. In 2014: Big Data will benefit large organizations behind the scenes but will still not have much impact on the rest of us. It...

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A Quick Introduction to E-Forms

Here's a short and simple introduction to e-forms . I often use something like it to help clarify all the different types, use cases, applications, vendors, and products associated with electronic forms. If you don't do some basic disentangling at the beginning of an e-forms project,...

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Yammer and Microsoft ... A Match Made in Heaven ... or at least in Adobe Air

Well, it seems like the buzz this week about Yammer “agreeing” to sell itself to Microsoft are all set to come true. At least based on some of the headlines … Yammer Agrees to Sell Itself to Microsoft Microsoft mulling $1 billion ...

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Top 5 Excuses for Sticking with Paper Documents

About a week ago, I had a nice conversation with two other AIIM Expert Bloggers Chris Walker and Chris Riley about some of the crazy excuses we've heard from people for sticking with cumbersome, often physically painful, forms and antiquated paper-based processes. Based on our...

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SharePoint Aware

Earlier today, I found myself unable to resist the urge to verify the fact that Adobe CS 5.5 Design Premium is SharePoint aware. This is one of two pieces of information I have been waiting to hear for a long time. The other piece, the announcement that Office Web Apps run on the iPad, well, I...

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Working with PDFs in SharePoint

It is a simple fact that there are a lot of PDF’s out there and odds are you are going to have them in your SharePoint environment. You can’t make them as friendly to work with as Office documents but you can go a long way to make them feel more like an integrated part of your...

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