The Problem With Document References and How Knowledge Management Fails Us The other day a colleague called and asked about the best way to find a concept within an enterprise document repository. After discussion, an enterprise repository was a bit of a stretch. What she meant was find the concept across the entire enterprise, regardless of where it was … [Read more...] about The Problem With Document References and How Knowledge Management Fails Us
Know where you software is made. Support Ukraine's Software Developers. As the War in Ukraine rages on, software companies founded in Ukraine continue to deliver value. I recently received updates to tools I use regularly and thought it would perhaps prove helpful to make Serious Insights readers aware of these companies with new reviews. I reviewed Spark's products … [Read more...] about Support Ukraine: 3 Ukrainian Developed Tools I Use Every Day from Readle, Softornio, and CS Odessa.
HP to Acquire Poly HP plans to acquire device maker Poly for $3.3B. The acquisition of the enterprise headset, video and conference calling device business will complement HP’s February 2021 purchase of HyperX and its gaming gear. The deal should close this year. HP announced the plan to acquire Poly (NYSE: POLY) for $3.3 billion this week. Poly formed as a mashup of … [Read more...] about HP to Acquire Poly: HP to Buy Collaboration Device Maker Poly in $3.3B Deal
CIOs: Don't Bet On the Future of Augmented Reality Just Yet A recent report from Camera IQ, The Gateway to the Metaverse: AR Marketing & Consumer Behavior in 2022, reported that 76% of consumers had used augmented reality. A slightly higher 78% said they were likely to share a brand's AR (AR) experience with their community. Reports like this should be considered … [Read more...] about CIOs: Don’t Bet On the Future of Augmented Reality Just Yet
Returning to the Office: The Looming Coordination Problem With Collaboration Technology As people return to the office, they may not return to their office—the office from before the pandemic, the one with the dead plant and the dated ketchup packets, the one with the flashing Ethernet light anxiously seeking a handshake for the last two years. When people return to the … [Read more...] about Returning to the Office: The Looming Coordination Problem With Collaboration Technology