So I open the morning paper today and even in a groggy, pre-caffeinated state, this full-page Microsoft advertisement jolted me good
Every year, we make technology predictions about the various content technology marketplaces that we cover. And rather uniquely, we go back and see how we fared. So here's how we fared with our 2013 predictions:
It's that time of year for our team of Real Story Group analysts to reveal our 2014 predictions, where we try to predict what the future holds in the technology world.
We recently updated our Digital Marketing and Digital Workplace vendor map, which plots technology vendors across our nine different research areas.
We are now nearly a year into SharePoint 2013. What lessons can we draw?
Just as importantly, what lessons can we learn about the future of SharePoint based on a platform that's now more than a decade old?
Could a brilliant and resourceful guy like William Shakespeare have made good use of SharePoint?
We've just received word that The Digital Workplace Trends 2014 survey is now open
SharePoint only has middling DAM capabilities, and MediaRich ECM for SharePoint steps into fill this gap. But that raises a larger question.....
As most who have met me know, I am a gourmand in the traditional sense -- I love to indulge in great food, fine wines, and a well-crafted artisan cocktail. I spend almost as much time thinking about how great dishes, wines, and mixed drinks are assembled and made to "work" as a successful combination, as I do the technical components of digital asset management systems, and how they fit into larger enterprise architectures with other technologies Real Story Group spends its time dissecting and evaluating
With two quarters passed in 2013, now's a good time to review what happened in the world of digital workplace and digital marketing technology -- and what it means for you
Well, RSG was granted a special pre-pre-brief into SharePoint 2016. The results may surprise you.
Every so often, though, it is important to take a step back from the details and look at the more macro-trends that are facing today's business and technology decision-makers
Where's the fine print? You can creatively define a category that eliminates everyone else and preside over a parallel universe in which only you reside.
In both the 2007 and 2010 SharePoint releases, Microsoft heavily touted its web content and experience management (WCXM) improvements, typically referring to them as state-of-the-art. In reality, basic WCXM capabilities were "shoehorned" into SharePoint’s document-collaboration framework.
Ultimately, this meant that WCXM in SharePoint has never proven as functional, elegant, or cost-effective as