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Angela Ashenden

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About the Author

Angela Ashenden is a Principal Analyst in the Workplace Transformation practice at CCS Insight, where she specializes in enterprise collaboration, employee engagement and the future of work. Based in the UK, Angela has over 15 years’ experience as an industry analyst for enterprise software, advising clients about technology and adoption best practices in the areas of collaboration, innovation, content management, workflow, enterprise search and e-learning. Before joining CCS Insight she held roles at MWD Advisors and Ovum.

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