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7 Business Intelligence Trends to Watch For in 2017

Posted by Daniel Cohen-Dumani on January 16, 2017

Business intelligence is growing – quickly. Gartner reported the worldwide business intelligence and analytics market would reach $16.9 billion in 2016. That continued growth into 2017 has several key implications affecting the entire business world. 

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Skype Team Chat: What Microsoft Teams Means for Skype for Business

Posted by Max Hervé on December 8, 2016

Business messaging has come a long way since the Google Wave experiment. The demo for Google Wave promised to be somewhere between email and chat. It was a hybrid system that allowed teams to stay in constant communication and see conversation history. But Google’s vision didn’t work out.

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Why A Content Audit Matters When Developing Your Digital Workplace Roadmap

Posted by Daniel Cohen-Dumani on June 15, 2015

If your firm is like most professional services organizations, employees tend to use a variety of similar tools in both official and unofficial contexts — Dropbox, Google Drive, Skype, GoToMeeting, etc. But avoiding tools that overlap or conflict helps to streamline your organization, resulting in better productivity and collaboration.

That’s why taking inventory of your current IT environment is an essential step in planning your digital workplace. Taking inventory means identifying and evaluating the current state of your infrastructure, tools and content. This is typically a task for IT rather than business users.

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How To Clean Up Your Content During An Office 365 Migration

Posted by Daniel Cohen-Dumani on February 11, 2015

Most organizations accumulate large amounts of content and never take the time to clear out the dead wood.

Over time, duplicate data and corrupted files have a negative impact on your system performance. Moving your SharePoint and other content to the cloud with Office 365 is a good opportunity to clean up your data, which offers technical and functional benefits.

From a functional perspective, cleaning up your content ensures that you’re migrating relevant, up-to-date content. The migration process allows you to see how much content you have and what’s duplicated. This means you’re able to leave the old content behind and only bring content that’s going to be relevant moving forward.

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Is Your Secret Safe? 3 Content Management Tools For Law Firms

Posted by Daniel Cohen-Dumani on January 19, 2015

When it comes to managing confidential documents, law firms have traditionally had to balance two competing business needs. They need a content management system that ensures basic usability, making it easy for attorneys, clients and staff to access the necessary documents and content. They also need the system to secure confidential (and often highly valuable) information. 

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