Profile of Michael SampsonCollaboration Strategist
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Articles by Michael Sampson
Microsoft's Outlook-SharePoint integration is terrible. But add-ons, including Scinaptic's OnePlaceMail, can help.
Content migration, mobile applications, and process automation are some examples of software development projects that pull data from multiple internal and external systems--just the kind of projects that Kapow aims to speed up.
The old approach to developing software is broken. Time to stop talking about what you want and start viewing what's possible.
Collaboration software feature used technology from IntroNetworks to connect employees to co-workers with similar interests, expertise, and other attributes.
IBM's Rational Team Concert and Jazz.net community offer a thoughtful approach to collaborative, distributed software development.
Software vendor aims to replace PowerPoint slides with visuals that communicate relationships and associations.
Rafi Holtzman and his Luidia team want to transform the way far-flung businesspeople work together.
From internal process tweaks to cross-organization alliances, there's gold to be extracted.
If internal people resist new ways of working, should you go around them to their customers?
With Microsoft SharePoint, Lotus Connections, or any other platform, your approach is more important than the technology.
Yes, you can build it. But employees won't come unless you have an adoption strategy.
Consider this an invitation to participate in an open dialog about the business value of collaboration and user adoption.