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The Next Layer of Social

Analysts and pundits love to talk about changes in the fabric of enterprise technology as if new entries are popping in out of nowhere, like a light switch being turned on. We were making due with steel and flint, and then suddenly….someone invents matches. And then a blow torch. And then...

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The Turbulent Move to the Cloud

We can all see that our organizations are getting to be more mobile -- whether than means people doing more from their smart phones and tablets, or just that teams are more geographically dispersed is really a moot point: how we access our content and tools is changing as technology advances....

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Understanding Cultural Requirements

I saw a wi-fi placard in a hotel recently and laughed that it still touted the service as being "50 times faster than dialup." I can't remember the last time I even owned a computer with a modem, much less care about that useless comparison. I marvel at the speed of...

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Evolution of the Enterprise App

Social Informatics is the study of information and communication tools in cultural and institutional contexts. It is a broad, inter-disciplinary analysis of usage patterns that spans sociology, anthropology, psychology, technology, and business. More specifically, it is a study of the way that...

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A Tweet is a record

One of the questions that came out of last week's #ECMjam resonated with me: Are tweets records? I was on the road, occasionally able to watch the conversation on my mobile phone, but unable to jump in and add my thoughts while it was happening live. But I'm voicing my opinion now: Yes,...

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The Need for Network Renewal

In a previous post ( The Power of Circles ), I compared one of the most compelling new features of Google+ --circles-- to a Harvard Business Review article ( A Smarter way to Network , Cross and Thomas) on building efficient networks. On the surface, the ability to parse and filter your networks...

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The Power of Circles

I was reading the July/August 2011 edition of Harvard Business Review and came across an article by Rob Cross and Robert Thomas entitled ' A Smarter Way to Network ' in which the authors share their research and opinions on the benefits of smaller networks over larger, more impersonal...

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New to the AIIM Expert Community

As the newest member (for now) of the AIIM expert community, I thought I’d introduce myself and share some of my technology and business background to give readers a good perspective of the topics I plan to cover, and (hopefully) to elicit some feedback and input from the community. I...

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