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In SharePoint, Social Tools = Personal Productivity

But many CIOs are concerned with the impacts these tools will have on security, support and maintenance costs, and end user productivity. These are all valid concerns, but making the connection between social tools and personal productivity might help sell them on the idea

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The Intersection of SharePoint Metadata, Social, and Productivity

My argument is simple: metadata is at the core of every enterprise social tool, and social computing are the key to improving productivity across the enterprise...While understanding these costs is critical, the real impact is to your organization’s productivity

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Social Activity As a Productivity-Driver

There are some "universal truths" that should be considered as you begin planning your metadata strategy: Metadata is fundamental to making social, knowledge management, and collaboration (certainly document management) work The business dynamics of how Information Workers capture, consume, and interact with data are changing Social tools are just another layer of the search experience Organizations don’t understand, much less track and measure, user productivity Three of these four points are clearly visible within SharePoint's social features, all of which center around keywords and metadata -- and can take advantage of your organization's taxonomy structure

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Social Is at the Center of Productivity

At the 2014 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, CEO Nadella shared a new vision for the company with a focus on platforms and productivity

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Taking the next steps in social productivity

I believe the next step in social productivity should closely match the way we work today...To date, the platform has offered more of a "vanilla" offering in merging social with productivity

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Are You Part of the Problem, or Part of the Solution?

Companies that have made it to the "rationalized" or "dynamic" levels of the spectrum (see associated chart here: http://tinyurl.com/399s8lc ) are the first to attest to the dramatic effect these tools have had on productivity and revenue gains

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A Tweet is a record

I think this is an important question, and part of the increasingly business relevant "social productivity solution" discussion within ECM, SharePoint, and digital records management, in general

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Personalization the Key to Collaboration

By personalizing your experience, you help organize whatever app or platform you're using to better fit the way in which you work, improving productivity and aligning the platform with business systems and processes

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Stop thinking in silos

While ‘System of Engagements’ are exactly what companies need to implement to improve collaboration, productivity and e ngagement of their employees to become more successful on what they are doing, I believe that companies and the ECM industry need a more radical shift in their thinking in order to improve IT ‘s contributions to companies overall business success in the market: IT needs to stop thinking in silos

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Social Media and e-Discovery Solutions to Look for

Tweets and information from Facebook for example can be collected by the solution based on queries or account information and preserved in a eDiscovery data repository...So, many solutions for a new problem that you cannot ignore!

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