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Digital Workplace Checklist: Improving Collaboration

  • Posted by Cynthia Wood
  • On March 8, 2017
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  • collaboration, digital workplace, information architecture, user enablement
And, at the end of this series, we find ourselves back where we began: collaboration. The main driver for any digital workplace initiative is to facilitate collaboration between employees wherever they’re located. As with the other items on our checklist, putting the user at the center of consideration is the key to success. Importantly, however, […]
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Digital Workplace Checklist – Integrating Your Systems

  • Posted by Cynthia Wood
  • On February 13, 2017
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  • erp integration, interoperability, sap and sharepoint, sap integration, sharepoint sap
In our explorations of digital workplaces so far, we’ve suggested that focusing on quality and accessibility can improve the value of your information, and we’ve proposed a one-stop shop approach to information delivery in order to establish a single source of truth for your organization. Following these approaches in connection with your organization’s content/document management system […]
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SharePoint Expo and Workshop NYC Dec 2016: Build SharePoint and Office 365 Experiences That People Love

  • Posted by Jude O'Neill
  • On December 20, 2016
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Earlier this month, Gimmal, harmon.ie, Avepoint, and others gathered at the Microsoft Technology Center in NYC for an expo and workshop built around humanizing the SharePoint and Office 365 experience. Below is a video recap of the event and discussion, including points from Gimmal Managing Director Joel Klinger. Attendees and other interested parties can download […]
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Digital Workplace Checklist: Create a One-Stop Shop

  • Posted by Cynthia Wood
  • On December 8, 2016
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  • central repository, de-silo, digital workplace checklist, information silo, one-stop shop
The first item on our digital workplace checklist was to make your information more useful. To truly be useful, information also has to be easy to find. One way to ensure that your organization’s information is easy for your employees to find is by adopting a “one-stop shop” approach to information delivery. This doesn’t mean […]
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Digital Workplace Checklist: Improve the Value of Your Information

  • Posted by Cynthia Wood
  • On December 1, 2016
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  • checklist, digital workplace, disposition, information lifecycle, information management, user adoption
The value we can extract from information stems from how well we are able to leverage that information. One of the key benefits of the digital workplace model is found in increasing the ROI of business information.   Understand the value of information quality and knowledge sharing In its Info Entrepreneurs blog, the Canada Business […]
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The Digital Workplace: Collaboration Is Only the Beginning

  • Posted by Cynthia Wood
  • On November 14, 2016
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  • compliance, corporate identity, digital workplace, user experience
“Digital Workplace” is a hot buzzword right now, and leading analysts are working to define what the term means. Practitioners and real-world implementations, however, will ultimately define best practices, the success and limitations of digital workplaces that manage unstructured content, information, and data. With 80% or more of the average organization’s information managed as unstructured […]
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InfoGovCon: Gimmal has been nominated as “Best Information Governance Service Provider” for 2016!

  • Posted by Jude O'Neill
  • On September 26, 2016
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We’re proud to announce that Gimmal has been included in InfoGovCon’s 2016 poll for Best Information Governance Service Provider. Gimmal Governance & Records Management is the only SharePoint-based information governance platform that includes records management capabilities certified to DoD Standard 5015.2. Given recent movement in the ECM market, we believe this uniquely positions our software as […]
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So OpenText Buys Documentum: Making Sense of the Aftershocks

  • Posted by Jude O'Neill
  • On September 15, 2016
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  • documentum, ecm, mike alsup, opentext
Shockwaves have ripped through the ECM market as OpenText has acquired Dell EMC, including popular legacy ECM Documentum for $1.62 billion. Gimmal Founder and SVP Mike Alsup has penned a response to the purchase, and offers his perspective on what this means for existing Documentum customers and the ECM market at large. From the article: […]
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Is SharePoint Your Best Choice for ECM?

  • Posted by Jude O'Neill
  • On June 24, 2016
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CMSWire is currently featuring a piece by Gimmal Founder and SVP Mike Alsup. It outlines his reaction to Microsoft’s roadmap for the remainder of 2016 and answers a few key questions about the reality of public cloud security, cloud scaling, and information governance. He writes: Information governance is a headache for many executives. The DoD 5015.2 standard […]
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The Future of SharePoint ECM

  • Posted by Jude O'Neill
  • On May 26, 2016
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  • ecm, forecast, sharepoint, sharepoint 2016
Earlier this month, Microsoft presented its vision for “the Future of SharePoint,” officially launching the latest on-premise version, SharePoint 2016 and offering a glimpse into some exciting changes coming to Office 365 and eventually on-premise. Below, Gimmal CTO Brad Teed offers his perspectives on what this means for SharePoint ECM and how Gimmal’s products fit […]
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