At DEMO, Tech For Creating Content--And Managing It All
Tools for content management, virtualization, and collaboration vied with apps to help manage the time needed to learn everything and products for mobile devices and tracking video content use.
Technology innovation was on display in many forms at last week's Demo conference, with 77 companies on the hot seat of public opinion for six minutes each. For IT managers, there was a bevy of new tools for content management, virtualization, and collaboration. And for every frenzied professional: products to help manage time.
CEO Pat Sullivan tries to make Flypaper sticky
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- Finding a Strategic Voice: Insights from the 2012 IBM Chief Information Security Officer Assessment
- Strategy: Building and Maintaining Database Access Control Permissions
- Strategy: How to Conduct an Effective IT Security Risk Assessment
Designed to eliminate tiresome back-and-forth e-mail and phone calls in search of compatible dates and times, TimeDriver presents a Web-based scheduling program when e-mail recipients respond to a meeting invitation, offering them available appointment times. "A single scheduling process allows hundreds of e-mails to flow into your calendar," says CEO Ed Mallen.
Managing interactions with dozens or hundreds of people also is the goal of LiquidPlanner's new Web-based project management software. Using ranged task-completion estimates--say, three to five weeks--coupled with probabilistic statistical analysis, LiquidPlanner lets managers estimate the likelihood of completing a task, a project, or a portfolio of projects by certain dates.