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  • The Enterprise Social Fabric: Putting next-generation collaboration to work

    IT’S A DIGITAL LIFEPeople in the 21st Century increasingly perceive themselves and each other through their“digital selves.” The digital self, which can be made up of avatars, blogs, profiles, posts,tweets, videos, images, statuses, likes, check-ins, badges—and much more—communicates,transacts, and interacts with others in a “social fabric” of ...
    Posted to Diary Of A Madman (Weblog) by Derek.Dunlop on May 30, 2012
  • Card Sorting Requests on the Rise...

    In my last several assignments I have been surprised by how many clients are interested in coming to a deeper understanding of their content flow through card sorting. I have always been a big believer in the use of card sorting to help myself and clients come to a greater understanding of how they want their content/data to flow through their ...
    Posted to Guild of Users Informed (Weblog) by T.Scott.Stromberg on April 1, 2011
  • A Lesson from Don Draper...or Why I love my Front-End Developer

    In design school it was many a students dreams to become the next great art director or graphic designer. Long nights spent coming up with the next ad or campaign that would be showcased in Print Magazine or Communication Arts. Once you left school and got to work in the real world you found that the task of becoming the next great art director ...
    Posted to Guild of Users Informed (Weblog) by T.Scott.Stromberg on October 27, 2010
  • SharePoint 2010 – Can it help me collaborate??

    Well the buzz is building about the next version of SharePoint – part of the Office 14 wave (that’s right – there was no Office 13!) – due out, not too surprisingly, in 2010 – or next year, which is not that far off in planning terms.  Microsoft SharePoint 2010 (Note longer called MOSS) offers some tempting features that many companies ...
    Posted to Bob Barnes' Blog (Weblog) by bob.barnes on December 10, 2009
  • Tourism and Technology - Virtual Tour of London and South Africa 2010

    Living away from home makes you miss friends, family… and, perhaps oddly, the place. VR Web Design offer a service which gives a Virtual Tour of London and other cities which is very innovative and cool. Note: the spheres are areas of focus / interest which can be clicked on to shift the focus to another part of the city.   This was ...
    Posted to John Brookmyre's Blog (Weblog) by john.brookmyre on November 2, 2009
  • Brand – The gap filler

    I am currently working in South Africa where we are starting up an EMC Consulting practice – very exciting, daunting, awesome and frightening all at once. But this post isn’t about what we are doing as EMC Consulting but an observation of something that I have noticed since been out here – brand is important. Obviously there are a myriad of ...
    Posted to John Brookmyre's Blog (Weblog) by john.brookmyre on August 26, 2009
  • Collaborative innovation for a $1mln prize

    At EMC Conchango we're always looking at how we can drive true innovation for our clients. I was interested to read in the recent Experience Planning newsletter about the latest venture from Netflix and AT&T. What seems to have started out as a creative way of solving a business challenge has led to some interesting insights into how to ...
    Posted to Zia Zareem-Slade's Blog (Weblog) by zia.zareem-slade on August 1, 2009
  • The Internet is changing… on June 16th at 9:00 a.m (CEDT)

    This is the bold claim by the web browser company - Opera. Watch this space on Tuesday. What this actual means is unknown and any conjecture is circumspect but there is an article on The Register here which explains what this could be…   So on Tuesday at 9 AM (8 AM BST) the web will be reinvented here – it is great that outlandish claims ...
    Posted to John Brookmyre's Blog (Weblog) by john.brookmyre on June 14, 2009
  • Why does my company need a portal?

    I have a laptop, wireless mobile device, and a raft of productivity tools that I use to document, design and communicate with. Interestingly but unsurprisingly, I’m using email less and less to exchange documents and ideas but I am using it more for one liners and a means to receive updates from various systems that connect me to clients, ...
    Posted to Matt Mould Blog (Weblog) by matt.mould on April 21, 2009
  • Attachments must die!

    Am I the only person that is bothered by email attachments? I ask the question because I'm of the opinion that the proliferation of word documents, PDFs, installer binaries and other such detritus that litters my and many other people's inbox is an unnecessary and unjustified cancer on the technical infrastructure of enterprises and of the web. ...
    Posted to SSIS Junkie (Weblog) by jamie.thomson on August 17, 2008
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