Execution aside, let's acknowledge that the specifications for HealthCare.gov were extraordinarily complex. In fact, they hit the web application trifecta, in having to
A common refrain among industry pundits is that IT is part of the problem holding back innovation in the enterprise in general, and stunting social networking in particular.
For the most part, we don't see that. In fact more the opposite. SearchCIO recently gave me the opportunity to riff a little on the topic. Here's an excerpt from
It takes two to tango and what many customers do not realize is this – it’s not just the knowledge of the consulting resources but your own preparedness to engage effectively with them also matters.
Yammer -- perhaps the most well-known of enterprise microblogging tools -- is driving CIOs crazy. I'm not referring here to Yammer's now famous "freemium" approach of getting your colleagues hooked on a free version and then upselling a more enterprisey edition. The real problem is this:
Because I completed my university degree and started working full-time at the age of 20 (I wanted nothing more than to finish school and be out in the "real world"), I am not particularly impressed by copious degrees, professional certifications, or letters after a person's name
Last week we ran the SharePoint Symposium in Washington DC and kicked off the two-day event with a question to the audience. What single word best describes "SharePoint" to you? The preponderance of negative answers thrown out surprised us
Having worked with a broad spectrum of technology customers over the years, I've come to see broad common patterns in the mistakes that most large enterprises make -- be it during the technology selection process, RFI/RFP process, or project execution itself
Some enterprises do indeed want to apply retention policies to employee tweets. EntropySoft, a content integration and migration vendor, has released a new connector for Twitter. EntropySoft already has a set of connectors that get OEM'ed into various packaged content and document management systems, many of which we cover in our evaluation reports
There is no more challenging an environment for true ECM (Enterprise Content Management) than that of healthcare
Some of our subscriber inquiries have to do with accelerating their website and CMS deployment times. Having been burnt by waterfall-oriented development methodologies in the past, enterprises are now looking to "agile" development for answers. But already, many are becoming equally disillusioned with agile. Is it really just as problematic as waterfall?
There's a great new book that begins with two questions:
- "What does an information manager do?"
- " How does she do it?"
And then proceeds to answer them both.
Every product and technology solution provider inherently brings some amount of risk. When it comes to technology, change is inevitable and often a good thing, but also potentially a strong indicator of risk for new buyers of technology. For example
As you may know, we make twelve predictions every year, and every year, we go back to try to assess our accuracy. So, let's see how we did with our 2010 predictions from last December
Vamosa means "let's go" in Spanish, and sadly the UK-based content migration technology firm Vamosa is indeed going...away
If you were to trust in the marketing swill that comes out of the vendor and analyst community these days, you would believe that large organizations are not just embracing ERM (Electronic Records Management) but that they are positively hugging and kissing it too