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In 2013 should you double your resolutions ?

With the advent of high pixel density mobile screens on phones, tablets and phablets , there are still some unknowns as to whether the desktop and laptop computers will also include such high resolution screens. This new year will therefore probably involve updating your web sites to...

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The i-Effect

One of the most fun, and time-consuming, things I’ve worked on in the past year has been C-Change whitepaper focusing on the impact of consumerization on IT that Thornton May wrote. During the process of attending the Executive Leadership Council meetings from which the whitepaper was...

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Welcome 2012

As far as years go, 2011 wasn’t one of the best. Personally, I started the year in the care of a physical therapist struggling to mend a shoulder injury. Turning to business, and keeping in mind the business that we are in (insuring nuclear power facilities), 2011 brought us a little bit...

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What the iPhone 4S means for ECRM

By now you have heard that Apple announced their iPhone 4S that includes new cloud support in the form of iOS 5. While some were hoping for a proper iPhone 5, the new phone – and especially the new software – represents some critical technology that ECM and records managers must...

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Dan O'Leary on Apple and Mobile Computing; the Broken ECM Industry; and Parental Love: An AIIM Award Interview

Daniel O'Leary received AIIM's Distinguished Service Award in 2011. I've also been fortunate enough to have him as a regular blogger in this community. I caught up with Dan via email to ask him some questions about the industry, his thoughts on AIIM, and some questions just for fun....

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Why Apple Sucks in the Enterprise

If Apple's recent iPad sales are anything to go by, they're absolutely killing it. Last week's iCloud announcement also positions them well to capture the consumer cloud storage market and further entrench them as the online music store leaders. Clearly iCloud has an important...

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Apple iCloud: a storm in a teacup for the enterprise

In true Apple fashion, iCloud was unveiled at yesterday’s WWDC in San Francisco to much fanfare and applause. Lots and lots of applause. The new service, best thought of as replacement for the ill-fated MobileMe, will allow users to sync their data, photos, music, documents and apps across...

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Is Microsoft Dying?

Are we missing something? In less than a year Apple blew past Microsoft as the most valuable technology in the company in the world and Google and IBM are fast poised to overtake them as well. Even though Microsoft just reported massive profit growth, there is a feeling that Microsoft’s...

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e2.0 Corporate Humor - Avoiding Unwanted Encounters: There is an App for that!

As I walked the hallways of the office today, I learned something exciting I’d like to share. It’s about a new function available in the iPhone which can help you avoiding unwanted encounters. In fact I learned this feature is available for any smart device. Here is how it works...

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Capture Forms on your iPad? As Steve Jobs Says, “BOOM!”

Hello fellow Apple lover! Tired of using your iPad for marathon session of Angry Birds and streaming Netflix? Are you ready to put it to work? The iPad is the perfect device to help eliminate paper, capture information, streamline your electronic forms, and look cool while doing it. A few...

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