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SOCIAL MEDIA OFFERS OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

February 27, 2013   |   Base Line

A few years ago, enterprise social media consisted of little more than creating a Facebook page and monitoring Twitter for sundry comments and complaints. In many instances, all that was needed was a handful of younger workers or interns to sift through posting and feeds and provide a basic response. It's safe to say that social media was little more than a blip on the information technology horizon...

SIX WAYS TO IMPROVE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SOFTWARE PROCUREMENT

February 20, 2013   |   TMC Net

The Federal government has a very poor success rate when acquiring software, with many front-page stories of projects that delivered negligible results having to be scrapped after hundreds of millions of dollars were spent. While software acquisitions are complicated, the root cause of the problem does not rest there; after all, the commercial world has good success with software investments...

MOBILE BPM: 10 VENDORS TO WATCH

February 11, 2013   |   Enterprise Apps Today

Topping most analysts’ lists, Appian is the vendor to catch – for now. “Appian is definitely a leader in the mobile BPM market,” says Sandy Kemsley, an independent BPM consultant. “They make good use of native apps on the different platforms, and their Tempo interface is optimized for mobile form factors..."

WHY CIOS ARE BETTER AT COURTING MILLENNIALS THAN HR

February 08, 2013   |   Wall Street Journal

When a college graduate interviews for a job this spring, the first question he or she asks could be, “can I use my iPad at work?” The Millennial generation, born between the early 1980s and 2000, has never lived a moment outside of the Digital Age. Their expectation is that their workplaces will parallel the always-on, user-centric, app-driven world of consumer technology...

EARLY ON THE MOBILE BPM CURVE

February 04, 2013   |   Enterprise Apps Today

For mobile business process management (BPM) to be successful, experts say it will need to move beyond simple functionality like task approvals and notifications. Given that an increasingly large portion of work activity – and not just personal email correspondence, but activities that sit squarely in the middle of enterprise workflows -- now occurs outside the office, it's not surprising that companies are showing interest in mobile business process management (BPM)...

SOCIAL MEDIA AND GOVERNMENT CONTRACTORS: KNOW YOUR 4 PILLARS

January 31, 2013   |   Washington Technology

Social media continues to be all the rage for companies, and for very good reason; it lends itself to more efficient communication on micro and macro levels, thereby helping companies better achieve their missions. No matter your brand of social media, it serves the same end: better business...

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