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HOW SOCIAL MEDIA AND BUSINESS PROCESS TOOLS BOOST PRODUCTIVITY

January 14, 2013   |   Breaking GOV

If any technology in the last 25 years has demonstrated the consequences of too much of a good thing, it's email. For employees in so many organizations, email's sheer volume has made it almost counterproductive. That's one reason why so many federal agencies are turning to social media tools for interpersonal collaboration...

SOCIAL BPM ADDS VALUE FOR ENTERPRISES AND EMPLOYEES

January 08, 2013   |   CIO

Social media is everywhere today. But what does social really mean? If you're just sharing the latest news about who you are dating or a great recipe you just tried for Thanksgiving, then social networking is just about sharing with friends and family. In an organizational context, though, social becomes much more, enhancing the very definition of "work"...

FIVE TIPS FOR USING SOCIAL MEDIA MORE EFFECTIVELY IN YOUR AGENCY

January 08, 2013   |   Nextgov

The White House’s Digital Government strategy, issued this past spring, included the following provision: "The public expects to be able to interact with government anytime, anywhere and on any device, so agencies must ensure they can live up to these ever-increasing customer demands..."

APPIAN CLOUD APP GETS FISMA MODERATE SECURITY CERT

January 02, 2013   |   GCN

The General Services Administration has granted moderate-level security certification to a business process management application built on Appian Cloud that the agency is using for acquisition planning, making it easier for other federal agencies to use Appian cloud-based software...

Appian World 2020: Virtually speaking in low-code mode

ComputerWeekly

Given the global outbreak of the Coronavirus Covid-19 and the disruption that has ensued in the wake of the threat to health, Appian decided to cancel any on-the-spot attendance in Miami. So then, we opted for a selection of calls and conversations with Appian’s C-suite to get the inside track on the company’s latest low-code advancements.

The Top 10 D.C. Area Companies Techies Want to Work For

DC Inno

A lot of time is spent analyzing and reporting on the cities where tech and startups find the most success. Just look at all of the Amazon HQ2 reporting or the most recent Kauffman Global Entrepreneurship Index (which put Washington, D.C. at the top of the list). But once tech workers decide they want to be in the D.C. metro area, where do they go from there?

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