Update from Kirk on the Office 365 Team on the new (still in preview) Microsoft Teams service in Office 365: … Microsoft Teams has picked up momentum since its launch last November. In the last month alone, 30,000 organizations across 145 markets and 19 languages have actively used […]
In early 2013 I was attending a conference in the United States, and on the man-made beach at the hotel resort was introduced by one of my readers to her boss. It became evident fairly quickly that my interest in user adoption and collaboration strategy was commonly held […]
Collaboration tools provide amazing capabilities for helping people work together across time and space, and selecting the right tools for your organisation is important. However, there’s another side to the whole area that I haven’t often written about on this site: compliance. And if you or your organisation […]
Sam from Clearbox Consulting recently posted his comments on my Office 365 book on CMSWire: Sampson …. has managed to steer a line that shows deep technology understanding without losing sight of why companies acquire these technologies in the first place. (snip) I really like the “opportunities” approach. […]
BlueJeans Network announced the introduction of BlueJeans Huddle, a new way of setting up meeting rooms for video conferencing: The BlueJeans Huddle system is a combination of standard hardware and BlueJeans proprietary software that can turn any room into an interactive meeting space for a fraction of the […]
More from Amazon on its new Amazon Go grocery concept store. And Larry at ZDNet contemplates the implications of Go for various sectors.
Level35 provides a cloud-based project portfolio management platform. It has added cognitive capabilities from IBM Watson to analyse the sentiment of project reports and auto-flag problems: Fuelled by IBM Cloud, IBM Watson helps Level35’s flagship product OneViewPPM, a cloud-based project portfolio management platform that streamlines data collection, collaboration […]
Writing on the Digital Workplace Group blog, Paul shares his ten predictions for digital workplaces in 2017. One in particular has been a focus of mine for the past decade: 2. Focus shifts from “firing up tech” to changing behaviour and culture This is a striking change that […]
Amazon is experimenting with a grocery store with no checkout lines or counters: E-commerce giant Amazon has opened a bricks-and-mortar grocery store in Seattle without lines or checkout counters, kicking off new competition with supermarket chains. Amazon Go, the online shopping giant’s new 167-square-metre store, uses sensors to […]
My book on user adoption strategies is finally available as a digital book. You don’t have to wait for your copy to wing its way across the world any longer – just pay, download, and get stuck into reading. And then into applying the ideas / strategies / […]
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