Search

1 to 10 of 14
Sort by

Blog Entry
Designing Knowledge Networks for Impact

Join Kate Pugh in Orlando for her AIIM 2014 session on April 3, The Frontiers of Engagement: Creating Employee Networks to Meet the Challenge of Innovation. She’ll explain why you should care about networks: theyyield lucrative innovation, coordination, local change, and even a refuge for...

Bryant Duhon's profile image

Blog Entry
Our Need for the New

I'm sitting in the New Zealand Air lounge in Auckland on my way back to the States after a couple weeks on the road presenting at the Australian and New Zealand SharePoint Conferences, thinking about a recurring theme from both conferences: is it necessary to upgrade to the latest version? ...

Christian Buckley's profile image

Blog Entry
Making Social More Visible

One of the most powerful aspects of any knowledge management or collaboration platform is its ability to surface data that is otherwise hidden, unshared, lost. Sometimes people hoard data. Most of the time it's not intentional -- its institutional. Individuals complete projects, move on to...

Christian Buckley's profile image

Blog Entry
Homeland Security Snooping on Facebook, Twitter, maybe this Blog

Fast Company had an interesting report today about the Department of Homeland Security social media monitoring project. Link can be found below. While details are sketchy, and it is not clear what they are looking for, it is chilling to think that DHS is snooping, monitoring, and collecting...

Bud Porter-Roth's profile image

Blog Entry
Romney Wins by Eight (Paper) Votes

Yesterday’s political headlines in the United States regarding Mitt Romney winning the Republican Caucus in Iowa had as many lessons for technology purveyors as for the purveyors of political commentary. The news media debated endlessly the meaning of the elections. Were the voting...

John Phillips's profile image

Blog Entry
The future of social networks

When the telephone was invented the first networks were private, typically between rich individuals and their industrial interests. Pretty quickly, though, people wanted to be able to talk to each other without the need to worry about multiple networks and, of course, we regard this as a basic...

Robert Hillard's profile image

Blog Entry
From System of Engagement to System of Record: Just Add Time

Right now I'm working on a conference presentation submission with my friend Arlene . You see, she's an archivist at a state university, and I'm an information management consultant. We often share links to interesting articles, white papers, blog posts, and we have similar...

Cheryl McKinnon's profile image

Blog Entry
How Do People Search for Information on Mobile Phones

There are more mobile phones than computers in the world. And each day more and more people switch to smartphones with richer media features and functionalities. According to global mobile statistics , over 77% of the world population are now using cell phones. The introduction of iPad only...

Andrew Brom's profile image

Blog Entry
Social Networks โ€“ Are They Only Social?

Social Networks are sure getting a lot of attention these days; and when I read about them in news or in trade journals, I am not surprised to see that the issues about social networks are varied. But what surprises me the most is when I ask groups of people what their impression of social...

Helen Streck's profile image

Blog Entry
Enterprise 2.0 Failure: My Story

The consulting firm Booz | Allen | Hamilton gets a lot of well deserved attention for their use of Enterprise 2.0 to extend the usefulness of their intranet , Hello.bah. They're mainstays at the Enterprise 2.0 conferences and one of the great success stories. Among the many things I'...

Ethan Yarbrough's profile image