I am pleased to announce that AIIM's new white paper, "Systems of Engagement and the Future of Enterprise IT" is now available at http://www.aiim.org/futurehistory . This white paper describes the current state of enterprise IT vs. the increasing consumerization of technology as reflected in the ubiquity of mobile devices and the surge in usage of commercial social technologies like Facebook and Twitter
” Over the last few weeks I’ve been thinking/ranting/blogging/tweeting about unstructured content, social business, systems of record (SOR), Systems of Engagement (SOE), mobile stuff, and the whole thing about going paperless
A conversation between expert bloggers Chris Riley (to the left) and Dan O'Leary (right) about systems of engagement, systems of record, ECM, and how much is too much to worry about risk, compliance, and government
How is that even possible? What the creators of BitCasa realized is that most data backed up to the cloud is extremely redundant, think of how many copies of Heart's "Barracuda" are backed up in the ether
How many times have we talked and written about making the User the center of attention when implementing a new technology? In several recent engagements, I’ve found that the implemented system has largely failed not because of the system, but because of user rejection
Develop a “medium” list of candidates
That brings us to the question of how exactly to apply them. For each of the three tools, a situational analysis is the best starting point...Is it sufficient to accommodate the needs of the entire organization?
It’s everywhere. From personal use of storing photos and music from our smart phones to syncing seamlessly with our desktops and laptops, it frees up a lot of storage space and eliminates the need for an external hard drive
Those internal SharePoint names -- they're still concealed in the gibberish of each file storage location...But do we do need a better way of processing the recurrences that pattern out over the migration cycle ?
The story here isn't that much of our virtual office park bonding is over menial, repetitive looping