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Why Large Enterprise and Global SharePoint Deployments Will Not Work in the Cloud

It may be initially appealing, but without the organization’s Information Technology executives completely owning the environment and its governance, customization, and federation strategy it will be a long-term failure and future migration project (from the external cloud into an internally hosted Private Cloud)

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When Was the Last Time Your Intranet Empowered Anyone?

Regular users are routinely "pitched" by official internal communications staff to post content because they have a greater readership?

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Does Enterprise 2.0 need Output Management?

The reality is that there is a lot of dysfunction in information processing and in communication both internally and externally to the organization (customer service, customer relations, claims management, HR services.. etc.,)

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Does Enterprise 2.0 need Output Management?

The reality is that there is a lot of dysfunction in information processing and in communication both internally and externally to the organization (customer service, customer relations, claims management, HR services.. etc.,)

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Enterprise 2.0 Strategy: Build Relationships First, Build Technology Later

The Challenge of Internal Communications I recently joined a local roundtable group here in Seattle made up of business leaders focused on the challenges of internal business communications. In preparing for our first meeting the organizers asked that we each name our most pressing internal communication challenge

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It's about people...but employees are special people

Maybe some would like a more humanist explainations but the truth for many organizations (there are exceptions of course) is that they want to get the most of what thy invest in human capital 2°) Then it's about people Once a given organization understands it has to provide people with the right tools and change a couple of internal and external business practices to let their people deliver their full potential, then things become to be about people. What matter is to understand their needs, constraints and help them to adopt new ways of doing things (keeping in mind it has to comply with internal governance and be aligned with corporate goals) because it's about putting them in a situation where they can give their best in the way that's the most comfortable to them. They are the only one who decide what they give so businesses have to care a lot about sense and listen a lot. 3°) But at the end it's about employees I know that enterprise 2.0 things are not limited to employees as social business has to involve all stakeholders, either internal and external, but the fact remains : nothing works if employees refuse to play the game, what in most cases means it makes no sense to them

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Increasing Retention Periods require Open Archiving Standards

Since almost all of the leading vendors of electronic archiving solutions use a proprietary internal format, there is a clear need for open and sustainable long-term archiving solutions

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Competing on the Field But Cooperating in the Office

Disappointingly, a search for examples where teams, leagues, or college conferences are using social media to communicate and collaborate internally yields a much shorter, less relevant list . For all of the media attention that's heaped on these leagues and teams for their use (or lack thereof) of social media to communicate with fans and the media, internal collaboration amongst league and team front office staff is still ruled by phone calls, shared drives, and emails

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