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What Your Board Needs To Know About Tech Advancement In Digital Transformation

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We talk a lot about key stakeholders in digital transformation. Usually, that means a discussion about members of the C-suite, or other leaders and executives that need to “walk the walk” so employees will get onboard with the change digital transformation inevitably brings. But what about your Board members? For digital transformation to be, well, transformational, board members will need to be fully engaged—and informed—regarding tech advancement, as well. The good news: what your board needs to know about tech isn’t complicated. And it shouldn’t be a hard concept to sell. Read More

Digital Transformation Is Risky, But Not Transforming Is Even Riskier

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Some enterprises are embracing digital strategies and are roaring ahead. Others are, well, nervous about the consequences. You can’t blame the nervous Nellies — let’s face it: the digital journey isn’t all sweetness and enlightenment. It’s a messy and disruptive process. Existing products may be cannibalized. Witness the pain many publishers are going through as they move from paper-based subscription models to online models. Employees’ jobs may be re-structured, or even eliminated altogether. Consider the changes call-center staffs are seeing, as more inquiry-based tasks are handled by bots. Read More

Microsoft announces SharePoint Home Sites, Q&As in Yammer, and more

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This morning marks the start of Microsoft’s annual SharePoint Conference in Las Vegas, and the Seattle company wasted no time detailing the features heading to Microsoft 365, its lineup of productivity-focused, cloud-hosted software and subscription services. Customers can expect new SharePoint landing pages for their organizations, along with chatbot-like question-and-answer tool in Yammer and faster OneDrive file syncing. Read More

5 New Microsoft 365 Features That Will Change How You Work

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Whether at work or at home, most folks have some experience using Microsoft’s Office 365 services. But several competitors have sprouted up over the past few years that threaten to disrupt the ubiquitous platform. At Build 2019, Microsoft showed off several new features designed to keep users and business using Windows 10 and Office 365 software. Read More