Is Saas the future of your corporate IT ?

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This is one more question that haunts many people's night. More serioulsy, if it doesn't make people stay awakened all nights long, it creates debates and brings some confusion that doesn't help businesses to...

Information security is too serious to be entrusted to IT people

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Summary : I recently read a survey about the dangerosity of social networks regarding to information leak, relying on the observation of a representative group of people. That's a hasity concusion : it only...

Being digital in 2018 : find your actual IT ennemy

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Every time business people talk about digital transformation and the hurdles they face, you can be sure that one of the first thing they will mention is IT. IT prevents business departments from moving fast,...

Being a 100% B2B vendor at the age of IT consumerization

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Until then everything was fine. Employees were working with the tools they were given and most of them were impressed by how rich and powerful the enterprise tools were compared to was they had...
Facebook at Work

6 months with Facebook at work : my feedback

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Facebook at Work : stroke of genius or huge joke ? Like many people, that's the question I had in mind when the enterprise edition of Facebook was announced. So I was both curious,...

Telecommutig and virtual teams : going too far can harm your organization

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Applying good ideas is like nervous tension and cholesterol : too few is dangerous, too much can be harmful. The example of telecommuting and its consequence, virtual teams, is very meaninful. Telecommuting is, at least...

Candidate.ID: how to nurture your candidate base

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Another startup that caught my attention in Unleash Amsterdam: Candidate.ID. I had already spotted them and talked to them last year and I took the opportunity to look at their product in more detail. They...

Empowered : the service marketing (and even economy) manifesto

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I just finished the reading of Empowered, by Josh Bernoff and Ted Schadler, that is in some ways the sequel of Groundswell which was a must read when it was published. To be honest,...

What context means in social collaboration

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We it comes to social technologies adoption by end users, context is often mentioned as essential. It's now recognized as a pillar that gives meaning to technology and makes it seamless for users to...

The death of oral exchanges in the workplace ?

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Résumé :some people are more comfortable with oral exchanges, some others with written ones. Similarly, some companies have a culture that's more "latin" than others. Before even thinking of changing the way people work...

At the beginning, there was the email

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I couldn't help myself from sharing this Honeywell ad from the 70's. It would be interesting to discuss the "promise" that was made at this time and the barriers they had to face. Anyway, history...

The factory, the beach and the Bermuda Triangle. Or the challenges of integration

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In the comments following this great piece by Hutch Carpenter about 2010 trends, someone relevantly drawn our attention on the importance of integration.  I agree and would like to sum up some ideas about...

Rich profiles : an overlooked market ?

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When we talk about social media in the workplace, it means, it's about lots of tools. Blogs, wikis, social networks, social boomarking, microblogging etc... As years go all these tools are improving, each adding...

Recruiting is a matter of marketing and candidate experience

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HR and recruiting will, like any corporate function, face the consumerization of the work environment. By saying that I mean that practices, approaches and tools from the consumer world will be used  for employees....

Social Business Needs Standards (and that’s not an IT matter)

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If your internal or external social business initiative, your enterprise social network, digital workplace, rich directory or unified collaborative environment is doing well, I don't need big data or predictive analysis to tell you...
Digital workplace fragmentation

Fixing the digital workplace fragmentation issue. Discussion with Richard Hughes (Broadvision).

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A few weeks ago I wrote about the issues raised by the fragmentation of the digital workplace. That's a very important matter and I had the chance to go further into it during a...
Microsoft acquires linkedin

Microsoft buys linkedin : lessons and concerns

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The recent acquisition of LinkedIn by Microsoft for $26.2 billion was the biggest news of the last weeks. This move tells us a lot about the industry but also raises some concerns. Microsoft owns the...

Special Enterprise 2.0 event in Paris on Nov. 13. Join us !

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You all know my creeds : tools must be made to improve the way people work, companies must improve their agility by working as networks (and even more in these difficult times...) etc. ect....

Who’s going to survive in the enterprise social networks jungle ?

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There's not a week without the arrival of a new enterprise social network solution (or similar) on the market. Analysts reports can make one's head spin when counting the number of players despite of...

Enterprise social network : a famous stranger

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Summary : enterprise social networks are the future of corporate IT, a tool overwhelmingly supported by employees because it will save them from email and favor the adoption of more efficient work practices. Sure...
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