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  • araskazemi 23:03 on January 28, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Är Bimodal den rätta modellen? 

    I found this article interesting: Är Bimodal den rätta modellen? – via Senaste från CIO Sweden
    För att it ska klara att leva upp till de ökade kraven har Gartner lanserat modellen "Bimodal it". Men en modell som bygger på två typer av it riskerar att orsaka starka motsättningar. Det skriver it-specialisten Bernard Golden.

    Link to article: Är Bimodal den rätta modellen?

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  • araskazemi 00:00 on January 28, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Microsoft gives up on Web CMS for SharePoint Online #cms #sharepoint 

    I found this article interesting: Microsoft gives up on Web CMS for SharePoint Online #cms #sharepoint – via Real Story Group Recent Real Story Group Blog Entries

    As readers of RSG’s Web Content & Experience Management evaluation report know, SharePoint is a poor fit for external-facing CMS scenarios.

    In fact, Web CMS has always been the unloved step-child at Redmond.  With the push to the cloud in general and Office 365 (including SharePoint Online) in particular, Microsoft clearly had an opportunity to create a more web-focused, standards-friendly WCM offering — something that could keep up with the expanding needs of digital teams who need to innovate more rapidly than SharePoint’s traditional three-year cycle.

    But it was not to be.  In fact, the cloud-version of SharePoint Web Publishing only offers a subset of the capabilities found in the on-premise edition.  More generally Microsoft just doesn’t seem interested in digital marketing.  To be fair, Redmond has been increasingly candid about this.

    So it wasn’t a big surprise over the winter holidays when Microsoft rather quietly pulled the plug on "Public Websites" in SharePoint Online.  Current users will still receive product support for a couple more years, but no new public websites can get built.

    Redmond’s announcement hints at partnering with or reselling WCM services from a 3rd-party supplier.  If so, the choice will be telling.  If Redmond promotes a more productized, lower-end solution, it will speak volumes about its assumptions about its core Office 365 customer base.  If it offers a more sophisticated, integration-friendly offering, larger SharePoint Online customers may take a second look.

    Either way, we’ll keep watching, and sharing deeper analysis with our WCM research subscribers.

    Link to article: Microsoft gives up on Web CMS for SharePoint Online #cms #sharepoint

     
  • araskazemi 16:53 on January 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Swish bäst för mobila betalningar 

    I found this article interesting: Swish bäst för mobila betalningar – via Hetaste IT-nyheterna från IDG.se

    Storbankernas betalapp Swish kan ta hem spelet om mobila betalningar både på nätet och i butiker. Med två miljoner användare blir Swish även ett attraktivt betalmedel i nätbutiker.

    Link to article: Swish bäst för mobila betalningar

     
  • araskazemi 16:53 on January 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Match Your Productivity Approach to the Way You Work 

    I found this article interesting: Match Your Productivity Approach to the Way You Work – via HBR.org

    An assessment can help you determine which strategy suits you best.

    Link to article: Match Your Productivity Approach to the Way You Work

     
  • araskazemi 16:22 on January 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Empowering teachers and trainers through technology 

    I found this article interesting: Empowering teachers and trainers through technology – via McKinsey Insights & Publications
    While technology is not a panacea there are excellent opportunities to harness digital technologies to make teachers more effective, writes Anu Madgavkar and Shirish Sankhe on LiveMint.com.

    Link to article: Empowering teachers and trainers through technology

     
  • araskazemi 16:22 on January 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Why diversity matters 

    I found this article interesting: Why diversity matters – via McKinsey Insights & Publications
    New research makes it increasingly clear that companies with more diverse workforces perform better financially.

    Link to article: Why diversity matters

     
  • araskazemi 15:17 on January 21, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Transforming the business through social tools 

    I found this article interesting: Transforming the business through social tools – via McKinsey Insights & Publications
    The effect of social technologies in customer-facing processes is already significant. Our survey finds that while overall adoption of these tools has plateaued, companies can do more to measure and then capture social’s benefits.

    Link to article: Transforming the business through social tools

     
  • araskazemi 20:58 on January 19, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Gray Matter: Why Some Teams Are Smarter Than Others 

    I found this article interesting: Gray Matter: Why Some Teams Are Smarter Than Others – via NYT > Opinion
    It’s about listening, empathy and having more women.



    Link to article: Gray Matter: Why Some Teams Are Smarter Than Others

     
  • araskazemi 14:13 on January 17, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Social Media & Stress 

    I found this article interesting: Social Media & Stress – via Pew Research Center
    Frequent use of social media is not directly related to higher stress. But stress can be contagious through social media channels: Social media users are often more aware of the stressful events in others’ lives, and this awareness itself can lead to higher stress.

    Link to article: Social Media & Stress

     
  • araskazemi 23:37 on January 15, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    The secrets of successful organizational redesigns: McKinsey Global Survey results 

    I found this article interesting: The secrets of successful organizational redesigns: McKinsey Global Survey results – via McKinsey Insights & Publications
    While large-scale change efforts have become common, few organizations get them right. Executives suggest that alignment, inclusiveness, and good planning are the key factors for success.

    Link to article: The secrets of successful organizational redesigns: McKinsey Global Survey results

     
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