News

These are the headlines from some of the web sources that I follow.

  • Slack Adds Screen Sharing, HubSpot's State of Inbound, More News
    Paid Slack users can now share their screens on video calls with colleagues thanks to a new feature. The San Francisco-based enterprise collaboration provider last week extended its native calling feature with screen sharing. Users can leverage the capability in any Slack channel or direct message. Continue reading...
  • Web CMS vs. PIM: Which to Use for Ecommerce Catalogs?
    Ecommerce is harder to execute than originally expected. Companies — both B2B and B2C — have near-unanimously come to this conclusion after a few years in the ecommerce space. And for those who have yet to start, the window of opportunity narrows as the ecommerce leaders continue their exponential growth. Continue reading...
  • What Comes Next for ECM? Transparent Systems
    The future of enterprise content management (ECM) is coming, and it is going to be hard for many vendors to keep up. My friend John Mancini, Chief Evangelist of AIIM, recently described his vision of ECM’s future.  Inspired in part by the rash of acquisitions and consolidation in the Continue reading...
  • Stowe Boyd: Embrace Today’s Work App Fragmentation
    Analyst and futurist Stowe Boyd examines the tools we use to work today while also exploring how the very nature of work itself may shift in the years ahead. Continue reading...
  • Save the Snark: Your Tone on Social Media May Harm Your Brand
    Daring, comedic and sometimes outright controversial social media posts are a great way to attract the limelight, right? After all, brands such as Tesco Mobile and Wendy's have thrived on Twitter thanks to their propensity to poke fun at people and current affairs. But a recent Sprout Social study — Continue reading...
  • Digital Workplace Is All About Connections, More News
    Employees want to get their work done — and efficiently. They need connections in the enterprise to do this.  A static intranet doesn't help much. Continue reading...


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