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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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From HTML pages to WCMs

With the web just turning 20 a few days ago , and the first website ever back online , I thought it would be a good time to reflect how far web technology has come. From the basic hand coded HTML 1.0 web pages to complex WCMs managing thousands of pages in near-real time...

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Evolution of UX in Microsoft Stack

Touch interface is changing the way we interact with computing devices. Touch brought a revolutionary change in mobile industry with smart phones and tablets. Now this technology is moving from Smart phones to desktop software. Using touch screen in place of keyboards & mouse, makes...

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Happy Independence Day

Well, for the country, but not for most of us. Those of (you) who are on the ECM\ERM side of SharePoint remain at the mercy of the folks in IT, at least from what I can glean from the stream of complaints. Of course, those of (us) in IT are at the mercy of the collective demands of users,...

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Building an effective capture solution – Part 1 of 3 (User Experience/Device/Interface)

Building an effective capture solution – Part 1 of 3 (User Experience/Device/Interface) In this three part series of blog posts I would like to walk you through building a highly-effective, yet extremely agile and surprisingly affordable document capture solution. Not a...

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Have We Hit the Era of Peak Apps? Rethinking the Mobile First Imperative with HTML5 and Responsive Design

Last week I had the opportunity to participate in CMSExpo – a conference that brings together web developers, designers, content strategists and project managers. These information professionals represented organizations ranging from huge US Federal agencies to small boutique consulting...

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After Flash, why PDF must die !

Ok now that I have your attention, I'll quickly say that of course I believe that PDF is a great technology that has served its purpose for a long time, but I believe we should progressively stop using it in some use cases since the world has actually changed to slowly make it less relevant....

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The End of Great Mobile

Remember the 90’s? Remember when the web was an awful user experience compared to just about the only thing the web ran on, i.e. a fully capable computer. Whether it was your desktop or your laptop, you pulled up those anemic, mostly static webpages next to relatively lively and actionable...

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A "cloudy" future for document capture

Hearing a phrase such as "cloudy future" immediately conjures up bad thoughts and gloom-and-doom scenarios. However, in the case of document capture "cloud computing" is bringing extremely positive change. In this post I would like to break down the basic components of ...

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