More importantly, this isn’t just the same conference for more money
Next week I will be giving a presentation at the AIIM Conference titled “Four Fried Chickens and a Coke
I went to Information Today's Enterprise Search Summit last week in New York City. This year's edition featured a buzz-rattling shout-out to Big Data. Big D sat on the sidelines despite the excess ballroom capacity under the enterprise search tent. It was hard to separate the ...
When we went to the Enterprise 2.0 Conference back in 2009 to talk about what we did with hello, our goal was two-fold
I am sure Bryant would let me off the hook for skipping this blog entry, since I’ll be at the AIIM Conference the day my post is due, but something just happened that I want to share Last week, I talked about how we were planning to demonstrate some of SharePoint’s capabilities to a newly formed group in our company that has a lot of content to create and make available to others
This idea that the experience is everything really came home to me with a quote from Guy Kawasaki at this week’s AIIM 2014 Conference: “Endure by enabling your audience to share & use your product their way
and the major Microsoft conferences and events up to now have largely been focused on deployment and integration and expansion of partner solutions
Hey You ... With the Cloud in Your Eyes A little over a month from now the partisan faithful will gather under a sprawling Microsoft tent in Chicago and high-five to the pulsing thump of post enterprise Microsoft -- a mighty convergence of comforting office apps served over slick interfaces...
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At the AIIM Conference in March, I heard two different speakers talk about companies that fail to take full advantage of mobile devices, by failing to adapt webpages to the form-factor