March 27, 2013
March 26, 2013
SumTotal Beefs Up Executive Team to Leverage its Learning HeritageBy Jim Lundy SumTotal Systems was taken private in 2009 by Vista Equity Partners for roughly $160 Million. Lots of things happened after that deal. It moved its Company Headquarters to Gainesville, Florida and it hired
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March 25, 2013
Enterprise Connect 2013: Shifting from UC to VideoBy Jim Lundy I attended the Enterprise Connect 2013 event this week in Orlando. If last year was about VOIP, this year the entire focus was on video. A majority of technology providers that were present at Enterprise Co
March 14, 2013
WordPress and the Battle to become your CMSBy Jim Lundy There is a battle raging for the control of your website and the growth of Open Source CMS providers like WordPress is exploding (note, CMS is also referred to as Web Content Management (WCM)). WCM Vendors
March 11, 2013
The Changing Role of the Document InfographicThis content is outdated. For recent infographics, please visit https://aragonresearch.com/category/infographics/.
March 6, 2013
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Social Learning – Going beyond the LMSBy Jim Lundy We just published our Learning Trends for 2013 and one thing is clear: the days of only focusing on the LMS are winding down. The rise of informal Learning - which is called Social Learning is here. Learnin
March 1, 2013
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Saba in Transition: Five Facts You Should KnowBy Jim Lundy Saba Software announced today that Founder and CEO Bobby Yazdani was stepping down. This isn't the first time that Bobby has stepped down from Saba. He stepped down from the CEO role in the early 2000s and
February 28, 2013
Firefox Mobile OS Faces Huge Enterprise HurdlesTo view a PDF of this First Cut, click here. Authors: Mike Anderson, Jim Lundy Topic: Mobile Issue: Who are the mobile ecosystem providers and how will they navigate a crowded market? Summary: On Februa
Yahoo, Innovation and High Performance TeamsBy Jim Lundy The announcement about the change in the Remote Work policy last week at Yahoo by CEO Marissa Mayer was met with howls and screams by many. Yet for companies that are growing and innovating, why do they mak
February 22, 2013
Next Generation Content Authoring is all about VideoBy Jim Lundy I often spend time during the day talking about content and how it gets created - what I call Content Authoring . In fact this week, it was a topic of discussion more than once. Let's cut to the chase. Peo
February 21, 2013
Innovation Incubating in Emerging EconomiesBy Mike Anderson I read an interesting blog post by Microsoft exec Fernando de Sousa about technology change in Africa and how it presents investment opportunities. A contention was that Africa is an incubator for inno
February 15, 2013
Social Content: Is your Content integrated with your Social Network?By Jim Lundy I spend my days talking with clients about Social Software and some of the critical success factors. Content is one of them. Social Content is the term I use to describe if content is integrated into an Ent
February 13, 2013
App Stores Are Not A Build Your Own PropositionBy Mike Anderson Mobile apps in 2013 are poised for a rapid and accelerating growth. Mobile has taken root in the heart of business strategy for a growing number of enterprises, and most are working on multiple mobile
February 11, 2013
GE is Social: The Battle to be Friends with GEBy Jim Lundy This is a post about marketing and the battle for the right to talk about Customer Brands. General Electric (GE) is one of the most revered brands in the world. The battle to be able to say that "GE is a
February 6, 2013
Dell in Transition, What Did IBM KnowBy Mike Anderson As Dell races to transition from a Public to a Private company, it is clear that the Tablet Era is claiming its victims. Once the leader, Dell joins others like HP and IBM facing the reality that the
February 5, 2013