The Digital Workplace is about enabling productivity and allowing people to do great work. The workplace is evolving as the need for faster outcomes becomes more apparent and the overload of tools becomes an issue that needs to be resolved. Conversations we're having with clients include - developing a mobile first strategy, including mobile collaboration; tools for telework; developing a high performance workforce; and using work platforms to drive knowledge-sharing and productivity, among other challenge areas.
Who are the work platform providers and how are they evolving?
How can I measure the ROI of my Digital Workplace technology investments?
How can I foster productivity and easier knowledge sharing in the Digital Workplace?
Summary: The race to add more visual collaboration inside and outside of the enterprise is being driven by the need to work faster and compete in the global market. We overview 23 major providers meeting this demand in the market.
Summary: The Content Management market is undergoing a significant shift as the need to leverage content in real-time for business processes becomes even more critical. This Research Note identifies the five key reasons enterprises should be migrating their ECM Systems to the Cloud.
Summary: Workplace technologies have undergone tremendous convergence as they have become cloud and mobile enabled. The fourth edition of our Technology Arc for the Digital Workplace features 58 technology profiles.
Summary: The Digital Workplace is placing new demands on business users and managers. This Special Report contains carefully selected research that will help you become more familiar with Work Platforms, the providers offering them, and how you can get started.
There are lots of articles including one from Consumer Reports that are not recommending the newly redesigned MacBook Pro from Apple. Rest assured, after firing up the new unit, I can safely say that it is a very solid machine, well worth the purchase price.
If we jump to the point of this blog, it’s that Business Leaders are consistently making more and more of the decisions when it comes to work and the workplace. Business Leaders are realizing that technology can help them win the race to own customers.
Microsoft announced Microsoft Teams – based on Microsoft Office, not on Skype for Business. At first glance, Microsoft Teams might seem like a direct faceoff with Skype for Business, but it’s really a Slack killer. This blog discusses some of the reasons why Teams is the new Slack Killer.