Author: Laurence Hart
Machine Learning Is Ready to Tackle Content
Machine learning hasn't always been effective at managing documents, but that time has passed. ML can now help clean up your collaboration tools' content mess.
Here's How You Can Support Your Citizen Developers
Shadow IT has a new look: the apps developed by citizen developers. Here's how to harness their potential without putting your organization at risk.
Headless CMS Vendors Seeking Growth Should Look Towards Content Services
Once upon a time, front-facing content management and internal-facing content management lived under the same umbrella. Are those days returning?
Right-Size Your Enterprise Content Management Pilots
Content system procurement processes have improved, but one area remains weak: pilots. Learn how to define a pilot that delivers real answers.
'Giving Back Time' and Other Lies We Tell Ourselves About Meetings
When is the last time you looked at your recurring meetings with a critical eye?
You've Recorded Your Online Meeting: Now What?
Recording online meetings has become default behavior. Determine what to do with these recordings now before the lack of governance comes back to haunt you.
The Future of Work Is Now More Evenly Distributed
The hybrid workplace is really the old normal. People worked remotely pre-pandemic. The difference is now it's almost everyone.
Get Your Information Governance Act Together in 2022
Which would you rather be when new information challenges arise: proactive or reactive?
Why You Must Keep an Eye on Your Content Services
When your content services are used in an unexpected way, don't ignore it. Assess why and fix the problem.
Information Governance Requires Speaking the Same Language
When documenting the details of an information governance program, five different people will read the same sentence and see five different meanings.
Now Is the Time to Be Strategic With Content Management
Following a year when content management solutions were hastily slapped in place, now's the time to assess the state of content management in your organization.
The 5 Most Important Things We’ve Learned About Enterprise Content Management
In the decades since ECM first emerged, we've learned a lot about “how” to make ECM work. Here are five of the biggest lessons.
It's Time We Ditch Our Dependence on Paper
While you and your organization may not be fully in control of your paper destiny, that doesn't mean you have to keep processing paper.
Planning a Return to the Office? Don't Forget to Do This One Thing
Today is a good day to ask employees their opinion on the return to the office.
Don't Let Information Debt Drag Your Digital Transformation Down
Digital transformation can provide great value when done properly. Don't let unmanaged information debt undo that value over time.
Using Content Patterns to Improve Content Management
Thinking about, adapting and reusing content patterns is a great way to build on past successes and avoid past failures.
Being Agile in a Non-Agile World
Working in a high-performing agile team is a blessing and a curse.
Let's Think Bigger With Our Digital Workplaces in 2021
We've been trying to digitize and allow people to work from anywhere for the last 20 years. We need to think bigger.
Digital Transformation: Achieving Old Goals With a New Recipe
Digital transformation is, and always has been, about the people and how they get work done.
Collaboration & Productivity
Is Microsoft Teams the New SharePoint?
Microsoft cannot win the collaboration crown until it redefines success from making online collaboration bearable to actually making it great.