Why Enterprises Interested In Digital Collaboration Should Pay Attention to Burning Man

5 Lessons to Learn From Burning ManThe common mantra of Burning Man attendees is that you don’t understand it until you’ve attended. And, an increasing number of tech industry practitioners are “getting it.”

The annual gathering of approximately 70,000 that congregate at a dried up river bed in the Nevada desert has welcomed some of the industry’s most esteemed players. Including the CEOs and founders of Google, Amazon, Reddit, Tesla, Facebook, Uber, Dropbox, WordPress and many more. [Read more…]

Migrating from On Premise to the Cloud – The Right Way with Office 365

Migrating from On Premise to the Cloud – The Right Way with Office 365

The prospect of migrating from on-premises infrastructure to cloud-based infrastructure is intimidating.

Sure, there are productivity gains to be realized as users can consume, create, and share data more easily, or collaborate with multiple users on almost any device from virtually anywhere.

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QuickGuide: How End-User Adoption Makes or Breaks your UC Project [Cisco]

QuickGuide: How end-user adoption makes or breaks your UC project [Cisco]

Companies who jump into implementing a collaboration solution get so bogged down with project specs, purchasing and implementation concerns that they forget the most important factor: end-user adoption.

Hans Hwang, VP of Advanced Services at Cisco says “…the high cost of low adoption really kicks [in] when under-adoption stops collaboration-enabled strategic initiatives in their tracks.” Basically, when you invest in a large collaboration implementation and users are slow to adopt the new capabilities, that ROI meeting may turn into an awkward conversation. How do you ensure your users will adopt the new tools, taking your collaboration project from awkward ROI meeting to celebrating success?

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