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Preventing Productivity "Leakage"

We all have this idea running through our minds about what productivity means, and whether or not we think our organizations are good at getting the most out of our people

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Is BPOS for SharePoint ready for Primetime?

I was in the midst of research around BPOS (Business Productivity Online Suite) when I saw fellow AIIM SharePoint blogger Rich Blank’s post on Microsoft’s online services offerings and thought, I guess the push to BPOS has started

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Increased Productivity Means Focusing on Adoption

Increasing productivity without increasing demand is part of the problem in our current recession, and if you look closely at the data, has been an issue with the US economy for more than a decade

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In SharePoint, Social Tools = Personal Productivity

But many CIOs are concerned with the impacts these tools will have on security, support and maintenance costs, and end user productivity. These are all valid concerns, but making the connection between social tools and personal productivity might help sell them on the idea

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Increase Your Organization’s Productivity through Customer Relationship Management

Previous posts: SharePoint Productivity: Apps Aren’t Just for Smart Phones ) Many businesses today are implementing Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platforms worldwide to help standardize and track sales progress and productivity

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Looking at SharePoint Beyond the Social Buzz

But many CIOs are concerned with the impacts these tools will have on security and governance, support and maintenance costs, and end user productivity. These are all valid concerns, but making the connection between social tools and personal productivity might help sell them on the idea

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