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IAM Talking: Sustainably Elegant

May 29, 2009 9 comments

Let’s face it, most enterprise systems, the systems that employees have to use EVERY DAY to do their job, are painful interfaces to use. They are barely usable, let alone elegant. Why is that? And more importantly, what can be done to FIX this seemingly inevitable problem? Is “elegance” to high a bar to ask […]

Going Green With ECM – Smart – But Don’t be Stupid About It

May 13, 2009 5 comments

ECM service providers are always at the ready to ride the coattails of the latest business trend. Do you recall the rush to Knowledge Management circa 1998? Suddenly every ECM vendor was a KM solution provider. For some it was a good move. For others not so much. Perhaps even more important was the damage […]

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