Clearing The Path Towards Collaboration And Communication In The Multi-Generational Workplace The advances being made on the technology side of business, such as cloud, social media and smartphone apps often have to stop and wait for the human side to catch up. Resistance, fear and inertia are rampant in companies whose managers and senior decision-makers remain distrustful of the openness of new technology. Email, an inelegant devourer of time and context, for example, remains the mainstay of internal communication, and the silo mentality abounds not only in work hierarchies, but also with regard to the tools used to process actual tasks,
by Steve Prentice on July 1, 2013
by David on June 28, 2013
The Lighter Side Of The Cloud – Google Glass By David Fletcher All David Fletcher comic images are owned by CloudTweaks.com. If you would like to resue them on your social media network, please feel free to do so as long as there is a clearly defined link to the original comic source. If you would like to use them in print, powerpoint or on your website. Please contact us regarding the licensing details and policies.
by David on June 14, 2013
The Lighter Side Of The Cloud – PRISM By David Fletcher All David Fletcher comic images are owned by CloudTweaks.com. If you would like to resue them on your social media network, please feel free to do so as long as there is a clearly defined link to the original comic source. If you would like to use them in print, powerpoint or on your website. Please contact us regarding the licensing details and policies.
by cloudtweaks on April 4, 2013
How Is The Cloud Transforming Employee Learning The pace of business change is unrelenting in the era of the cloud computing. As businesses adjust to this new world, the learning & development role is becoming increasingly crucial as the number of employees and their associated demands grow in form and complexity. Take a moment and think about the ways in which transport was changed by technology. Only a hundred years ago we use to travel with the aid of horses and carts. Nowadays, we can get into any corner of the world in a day or less. Our world is
by Krishan Lal Khatri on March 28, 2013
Yammer’s Integration with SharePoint Engaging Social Experience to Enhance Productivity of Business Collaboration Part-I Microsoft’s acquisition of Yammer in mid 2012 for $1.2 billion has been continuously drawing IT managers’ attention as they looked upon SharePoint-Yammer integration as eye candy in business collaboration platform. Recently, Microsoft updated their roadmap issued in November last year and announced a detailed roadmap at Convergence 2013 for enterprise social collaboration through Yammer’s integration into SharePoint. How Yammer Enhances SharePoint Experience Before we discuss the updated roadmap, let’s have a look at Yammers social media platform capabilities that can enhance user experience in Microsoft SharePoint,
by cloudtweaks on March 21, 2013
How Cloud has transformed the Customer Support Business Nowadays almost any type of software you can imagine is available to use straight from the cloud. People are longer needed to install the software as it happened only a few years ago, because the data is streamed right on their browsers. There’s no need to mention how many benefits this brings up, but it can be quite useful to have a look at how this shift affected customer support and the related user voice. To put it straight up, during the last years customer support has radically shifted from software delivery
by Abdul on January 9, 2013
2013 Outlook For Cloud Computing Another year has ended and it’s time to make some wild yet educated guesses as to how cloud computing will fare this year. I’m not expecting a lot of breakthroughs, rather I think there would be a lot of incremental improvements and a noticeable increase in adoption rate, be it intentional or not. What I meant by that is that the usual “Tom, Dick, or Harry” who is not in any way informed in the dealings of our little industry will not actually know that they are using services and tools being delivered to them