PwC Jive Software case study


Hat tip James A detailed backgrounder on PwC's global deployment of Jive , called Spark, reports: 80% of the frequent users think that Spark increases both their efficiency and effectiveness. Some systems with a similar scope used on a national level have already been partly or fully replaced by Spark, directly saving cost. …a a new employee who explicitly stated that Spark was among the key reasons for him to decide for PwC and against offers from the competition.

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Google Apps-based intranet: Ahold case study


Since then I've shared some interesting case studies about companies using Salesforce Chatter and Microsoft Yammer. Thanks to Entopic, I can now point you to a case study presented by James Nunn at their Congress Intranet 2013 conference about Ahold. But again as other case studies have shown, this hasn't stopped Ahold from getting on with the job of using the Google stack to run its intranet. Hat tip Samuel

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This is the old ChiefTech blog.: Janssen-Cilag Wiki Case Study


Tuesday, 21 August 2007 Janssen-Cilag Wiki Case Study Here is a great Aussie wiki case study shared by Nathan Wallace from Janssen-Cilag , a pharmaceutical subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson. Hat tip to Andrew Mitchell. This is the old ChiefTech blog.

Starting your first NHS librarian post: top tips


So, for any new LIS graduates starting their first professional post, here are my top tips. Impact studies, usability studies, case studies are all great ways of collecting data and providing good evidence for the impact you?re

To Bucket or Not to Bucket…?

The Texas Record

Once it’s completed successfully, you’ll have an outstanding case study that you can share with other divisions within your agency. Tips big buckets Information Governance Local Governments records management officer Retention retention schedule development RMO State AgenciesThere is a term in records management circles you might have heard of called “big buckets.” ” Have you ever stopped and thought, “What is this? Should I be doing this?

How to start your career in cyber security

IT Governance

In this blog, we provide tips for getting your cyber security career started no matter your background. You should also consider following industry professionals on Twitter, as many of them provide useful tips, engage in debates and answer questions.

NEW TECH: This free tool can help gauge, manage third-party cyber risk; it’s called ‘VRMMM’

The Last Watchdog

According to a recent Ponemon Institute study , some 59% of companies experienced a third-party data breach in 2018, yet only 16% believe they are effectively mitigating third-party risk. Members gain access to third-party IT security risk management best practices via case studies, surveys, whitepapers, webinars, meetings and conferences. Last year’s study, which looked at 2017 data, showed steady, incremental year-over-year gains, painting an overall encouraging picture.

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What did you do for European Cyber Security Month?

IT Governance

Advice came in many forms during Cyber Security Month, including a helpful infographic that provided some excellent tips for those using new software or hardware.

Welcome to Legaltech New York 2019!: eDiscovery Trends

eDiscovery Daily

Whether you are new to legal operations or a season veterans this session will provide tips and tricks on strategic planning and areas where you as a legal ops professional can make the most impact. Case studies with best practices, ROI benefits and efficiencies achieved.

How to Unite B2B PR and Content Marketing for Powerful Results

OpenText Information Management

As propsects move down your funnel, content may include later-stage content such as case studie and webinars. Case studies. If you want to generate leads, you'll want to generate leads, think webinars, demos, case studies and other later-stage content.

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Flattening The Information Landscape with Really Simply Services


In an interesting whitepaper, Flattening The Information Landscape [PDF], RSSBus explain how their products can help to provide “ Really Simply Services ”: “ …in case you are thinking that RSSBus is nothing more than RSS feed generation, that's definitely not the case.

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Legaltech 2019 Preview Edition: eDiscovery Trends

eDiscovery Daily

Whether you are new to legal operations or a season veterans this session will provide tips and tricks on strategic planning and areas where you as a legal ops professional can make the most impact. OK, everybody gets hung up on Legalweek vs. Legaltech®.

UK ICO Releases Code on Data Sharing

Hunton Privacy

As stated in the ICO’s press release, the code of practice covers best practices for both routine and one-off data sharing activities, and offers organizations tips for reducing the risk of inappropriate or insecure data sharing. The published code of practice includes the addition of case studies which provide practical explanations of how the Data Protection Act applies to data sharing.

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Welcome to Relativity Fest 2019!: eDiscovery Trends

eDiscovery Daily

Chief legal officers provide a unique perspective, and to analyze that perspective, Relativity and the FTI Technology business unit of FTI Consulting commissioned a study by Ari Kaplan Advisors, surveying general counsel on a wide variety of legal issues affecting business and the legal profession.

How did we do on the Chief Information Governance Officer (CIGO) Summit?

Barclay T Blair

In one area we could have done better, but I knew that would be the case going in and will explain why. Believe me, this process is not fun and I had many painful conversations with excellent consultants and experts (personal friends in many cases) as to why they could not attend.

Time for an upgrade? Wiki 2.0


Similarly, Yehuda also points to a new wiki case study on Boxes and Arrows, where Matthew C. Hat tip to Greg Lloyd on the Social Media Today blog. It probably won't come as any surprise to hear that I agree with this point made by Gil Yehuda in a recent post * about the take up and maturity of Enterprise 2.0 : "For me at least, having a wiki, forum, blogs, etc.

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Using Twitter as a benchmark for Australian local government use of social media


For example, look at HeadShift’s Commission for Rural Communities case study : “ The Commission for Rural Communities ensures that governmental policies reflect the real needs of people living and working in rural England. Well, to help on that front here are some Twitter focused tips: Create a personal account to learn about the medium. Tomorrow is #barcampcanberra and I’ll be getting up early to drive down from Wollongong for the day.

ChiefTech: Observations from the Enterprise 2.0 Executive Forum - collaboration, innovation and conversation


and Managers have been operating under the false assumption – “ you never had control! &# I also enjoyed the local case studies, which is of course in part what the forum was all about: Melbourne-based KM’er Andrew Mitchell talked about his experiences of using social media tools at Urbis – blogging didn’t work so well (this was all the experience of others) and they had more success with wikis. This is the old ChiefTech blog.

This is the old ChiefTech blog.: Are Wikipatterns, Collaborative Patterns?


The book is structured well and steps naturally from explaining the value and use cases of wikis into the adoption process. thats right, these are tips just to get the pilot right! The other thing I like about this book is the case studies. Case studies are an important part of any technology innovation process and this book provides ten different stories you can use to explain the how and why of using wikis. This is the old ChiefTech blog.

This is the old ChiefTech blog.: It is the Chicken AND egg: Enterprise 2.0


In a list of tips he proposes that: " There are two conversations going on right now, one about Technology, and one about a Business Ideology. For example if we look at the wiki case studies so far in this space, such as Motorola , they make it look like it is very easy to introduce enterprise social software. This is the old ChiefTech blog. Nice of you to drop in and visit. However, you need to come over and see my new blog at ©2005-2009.