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AIIM First Canadian Chapter Business Networking Event - kicking off 2018!

Come and join your Information Management colleagues in beating the winter blues, with good conversation and good cheer! You are welcome to bring non-members with you to this First Canadian Chapter social gathering in Toronto. #Networking

 02-01-2018 | 17:00 - 20:00 ET
 Toronto ON


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I’m on Facebook and Twitter 10 hours per day – My opinion? My lips are sealed.

By Carla Mulley: I recently wrote a blog regarding the use of social tools and the challenges of adoption versus training. A tantalizing social study I recently ran across was conducted the Pew Research Center in conjunction with Rutgers University in New Jersey. According to this study,...

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eMail Security in the Cloud – are you afraid (I am)?

by Marting@Conceptsearching.com Social – the cure all to productivity, instant communication, effective collaboration. Are you on board yet? I still read conflicting accounts about the adoption rate of ‘social’ within an enterprise. I think the tide is changing but...

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Top Ten Causes Of Business Proprietors to obtain Began With Social Networking

For individuals who require several valid reason to test new things... What's Social Networking? Social Networking is a kind of media that enables you to definitely share information and communicate with people instantly around the globe. You will find many Social Networking systems,...

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Social Influence Does Not Equal SME Knowledge

In March 2013, I made a claim on my blog that Klout is the most interesting company on the planet . Now, just to clarify, I don't literally believe Klout is the most interesting company on the planet, but utilized a bit of sensationalism to draw attention to what is, I believe, an...

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Remember: Portal is a Noun, Collaborate is a Verb

In a prior life, while working for a major phone company that no longer exists, I was responsible for building out and maintaining our team portal and project portfolio site. The purpose was to provide a one-way communication vehicle for our leadership team, as well as our project managers who...

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Breaking through the Coasean Floor

In James Q. Wilson's 1989 book Bureaucracy , Wilson repeatedly mentions Ronald Coase and his 1937 paper 'The Nature of the Firm' regarding the value of the hierarchical organization, in which Coase identified that while workers could contract with each other in a market ...

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Social is Not Like Facebook, It's Like eBay

One of the most common requests from end users who are looking for better social interaction within the enterprise is to build "something that looks like Facebook." The idea is that people want features such as user profiles, alerts, threaded discussions, the ability to follow, Like,...

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Bringing the Long Tail to the Forefront

I have always been a music collector. My garage contains specially insulated cases for my large vinyl collection, which are an annual topic with my wife who would like to see them go away. But that's another story. Back in 1983, I purchased a couple records (Bauhaus and Depeche Mode, if you&...

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Thoughts on Automation of your Social Experience

"A positive customer experience can create a brand advocate who shares the experience with their network of family and friends. And it’s not just the network effect; studies show that customers who engage with companies over social media spend 20 to 40 percent more money with those...

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