Tag: eim

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Information Management

How Edge Computing Will Transform the Digital Workplace

Edge computing is rapidly gaining traction. However, many business leaders are unsure what it is and how it can help the bottom line. Here’s why.

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Information Management

Building a Dynamic Cloud Strategy: What It Means and How It Changes in the Wake of COVID-19

Building a dynamic cloud strategy is about first understanding your existing IT portfolio and then taking smart decisions on migrating or rebuilding.

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Knowledge & Findability

Why Enterprise Search Should Be Like Your Favorite Restaurant

How long would a restaurant survive if it ignored customer concerns and never improved? Why should search applications be any different?

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Information Management

The Role Of Distributed Cloud Computing In the Enterprise

Distributed cloud computing is gaining traction in the digital workplace as more workers are forced to work from home. Here’s why.

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Information Management

The Role of the CIO in Driving Enterprise Analytics

What is your IT organization up to today? Is it focused on solving the right problems with data?

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Information Management

Automating Tasks Improves Workers’ Job Security — and Enterprise Innovation

Workers are more likely to ensure job security by helping drive digital transformation than preventing it.

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Digital Workplace

Kevin Nanney: Taking Action Propels Digital Workplace Transformation

Kevin Nanney of ServiceNow discusses preparing organizations for a digital workplace, the role of culture and how to measure success.

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Information Management

Content Services Come in 3 Flavors

When looking at content in an enterprise, there are three basic types of content: collaborative, archival and transactional.

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Digital Workplace

Enterprises Turn to RPA to Help Future-Proof Their Businesses

While many enterprises still only see RPA as a way to improve productivity, others see it as a safety measure to help weather the shock of future disruptions.

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Collaboration & Productivity

Striking the Security and Enterprise Collaboration Balancing Act

Organizations need solutions, processes and cultures that foster an ongoing dedication to information security without getting in the way of productivity.

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Information Management

Business Processes or Analytics: What Comes First?

As business processes increasingly move into the digital realm, developers should focus on broader business goals before rushing to implementation.

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Information Management

Why Digital Workplace Growth Will Push Cloud Spending in Coming Years

While spending on most tech will likely to fall in the coming year, the same cannot be said for cloud computing. In fact, it's expected to grow. Here's why.

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Information Management

Why Organizations Need to Build Better Data Management Strategies

Data management is moving to the center of the enterprise as dispersed teams and working becomes widespread, resulting in the need for better data strategies.

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Information Management

The Public Cloud Brings Stormy Weather

In an honest reckoning, most companies will realize that sooner or later the public cloud’s bad outweighs the good for their business.

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Information Management

Microsoft's Underwater Data Center Makes Environmental Strides

Data centers eat huge amounts of power, which creates environmental problems. However, as Microsoft has recently shown, there are solutions.

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Knowledge & Findability

Knowledge Graphs: Adding the Human Factor to Unlock Real Intelligence

The more we advance in machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI), the more we realize how exquisitely complex human intelligence is.

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Information Management

Demystifying Modern Application Development

Modern applications respond to four needs of the modern workplace: scalability, portability, resiliency and agility.

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Information Management

Managing Tech Stack Complexity: When Does it Make Sense to Diversify?

The constant evolution of technology leaves businesses with the question: keep things simple or diversify and add to a tech stack’s complexity?

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Information Management

Chief Data Officers Share Top Priorities for 2020 and Beyond

The pandemic focused attention on the role of the chief data officer. Here's what they are doing to chart the road ahead.

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Information Management

Chief Data Officer: Blossoming Executive or 'Unsettled Role'?

As data becomes central to business operations, the role and responsibility of the chief data officer grows alongside it.