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Predictions for ECM in 2014

One of the best parts of participating in the Executive Leadership Council (ELC) sessions is the opportunity to discuss big ideas and, let's be honest -- to also dig into rumor and speculation about what we'll see in the near (and distant) future from the major platform and OEM players...

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SharePoint Infrastructure Management: The Cost of Doing Business

This is a guest post by John Hodges, Vice President of Global Account Product Management, AvePoint (Note: This is part of our series “Collaborate with Confidence”. Previous post: Ensuring Compliance as Part of an Infrastructure Optimization Initiative ) A recent...

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Ensuring Compliance as Part of an Infrastructure Optimization Initiative

This is a guest post by Dana Louise Simberkoff, Vice President of Risk Management and Compliance , AvePoint (Note: This is part of our series “Collaborate with Confidence”. Previous posts: Optimize Microsoft SharePoint to Collaborate with Confidence ) In...

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The reality of enterprise open source development

In this blog post, I talk about the reality of building open source enterprise software, at least talking from personal experience. Open source software is, at least from an engineering point of view, possibly the best way to develop software. After all it is quite similar to other...

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Does Your Organization's IT Infrastructure Support Telecommuting?

Last month, we learned that 5% of U.S. workers would give up their spouse for the chance to telecommute. Umm, I worked remotely for a few months after my husband and I moved from Boston to Southern California. I didn’t think it was that great. Seriously, though, an Ipsos/Reuters...

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What Would You Say You Do?

If you recognize the title as the line being uttered in frustration by one of the Bob’s in Office Space, you have connected with me on a higher (ok, perhaps lower) level. Still, if you’re an in-house end-user or administrator, I have to say, I’m not talking to you. I’m...

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Slash E2.0 Management Costs - Be like an LDAP Service

Corporate LDAP services should serve as a reference for E2.0 deployments. For better or worse, many E2.0 technologies are quick to install, configure and deploy. This often leads to multiple instances of similar technologies, with varying degrees of maturity, being deployed in pockets across...

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