Tag: eim

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Information Management

How the Industrial IoT Is Making the Workplace More Productive

The IIoT is becoming a key part of the digital workplace and many vectors are turning to it to make workers more productive. Here's how.

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Digital Workplace

SharePoint On-Premises Goes Into Preview, Facebook Outlines ‘Metaverse’ & More News

This week in digital workplace news, SharePoint on-premises server goes into preview, Facebook outlines its vision for 'metaverse' and more.

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Digital Workplace

Why Your Digital Workplace Needs Some New DAM Technology

While digital asset management systems are often overlooked in digital transformation, they are a key element in managing enterprise content. Here's why.

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Information Management

Is Your Information Governance ROT-ing?

There's a tension between managing ROT and developing a long-term vision of the information's value for an organization. The two don't have to be at odds.

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Information Management

The Long-Term Impacts of Ongoing Technical Debt

Technical debt's repercussions can reverberate throughout a business, creating long-term issues. And let's be clear: we're not just talking about code here.

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Knowledge & Findability

How Much Does Enterprise Search Cost?

As with so much of search application management the response about cost is the same: “It depends.”

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Information Management

6 Common Misperceptions About RPA

Despite the at times overzealous claims, RPA is not an automatic solution for every challenge.

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Information Management

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.

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Information Management

Protecting Data Against the Rising Tide of Ransomware

The number of ransomware attacks is on the rise. Here's what enterprises can do to minimize their exposure.

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Customer Experience

Can Silicon Valley Remain the Top US Tech Center in a Post-COVID World?

How will Silicon Valley fare post COVID-19? Can it still be the center of tech despite the move to remote work?

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Information Management

Why Enterprises Are Bringing Their Workloads to Multi-Cloud Environments

With evolving technology and increasing complexity, more enterprises are moving their workloads to multi-cloud environments. Here's why.

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Information Management

Why We Need Universal RPA Design Standards

There's no portability and very little interoperability in the RPA ecosystem, meaning a bot designed for one RPA platform cannot be exported to another.

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Digital Workplace

Microsoft's Interest in Nuance Is More Than Just Cloud

Microsoft has now overcome the final hurdle to its near-$20 billion acquisition of Nuance. Here's why Microsoft wants it.

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Information Management

Your Top 3 Records Management Questions Answered

Records management is serious business. But we can minimize the complexity and administrative burden of managing records with a few steps.

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Knowledge & Findability

(I Can't Get No) Search Satisfaction

Nine lessons learned over a two-decade career in enterprise search, with a particular focus on achieving search satisfaction.

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Information Management

How Master Data Management Can Help Tame the Data Governance Mayhem

Master Data Management (MDM) is becoming increasingly important for organizations looking to control and govern their data. Here's why.

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Information Management

Is a Single Source of Data the Way Forward for Data Governance

With more data entering the enterprise, business leaders are looking at new ways to keep it under control. One way is through creating a single source of data.

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Information Management

Information Governance Is Boring, But Necessary

It would be dishonest to say that we can ever make Governance sexy, but we can make it much less boring and make it far more effective.

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Digital Workplace

How SMBs Are Joining the Automation Race

Automation is gaining traction across enterprises and SMBs are joining the party. Here's why.

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Digital Workplace

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.