Peaches cloud series #2: To Delve or not to Delve, that’s the question.

This is the second article of the Peaches Industries Cloud blog series. Followed by „The price of the cloud“ by Christoph Müller. The author today is SharePoint MVP Bjoern-Harald Rapp from Norway, talking about Delve. One of the biggest buzzwords last year in the Microsoft world (if not the…

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The price of the cloud

We were thrilled! The Internet revolution raised up to shift decentralization through new models of cooperation and information transparence to new possibilities of individual and collective autonomy. New models of Web 2.0 and Social media was driving our ideas and let new businesses thrive and soar. We believed in…

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The Future of work is not the Intranet

Future Intranets are the glue that holds together all the cloud apps employees bring in to help them do their jobs. The future Intranet needs to be both a layer across that helps people find the resources they need to do their jobs and a place to find and…

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A new and exciting way to boost SharePoint End User adoption and Productivity with Gravity

We developed  a new way to boost productivity and End User adoption through the leverage of your current Social Enterprise environment, through a gamified End User Engagement engine – We call it Gravity. It helps you to make your content, your activities and yourself more visible within the information noise…

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Why Enterprise 2.0 technologies won’t make you better than your competitors

When you look closely, you can see it by yourself; the best companies in every vertical are so successful because of their capabilities. All there success depends on the skills of the employees how to use knowledge. Enterprise 2.0 tools don’t give you that ability!

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The Day We Fight Back

A coalition of Internet activist groups has announced this day, the 11th of February 2014, a worldwide day of solidarity and activism opposing the National Security Agency’s surveillance programs and honoring the memory of open-Internet activist Aaron Swartz. Dubbed The Day We Fight Back, today on February 11, Reddit,Free…

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Four laws of data protection

During the DLD conference 2014, Michael Fertik proposed three laws of data protection (according to Asimov’s robotic laws). I like the idea but see a lot of issues with the proposed three laws. Therefore we came up with a proposal of some more comprehensive laws: 1. Every time someone…

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SharePoint Smooth Onboarding and User Adoption with Gamification

When it comes to SharePoint, the challenges are usually the same in almost every user organization. Companies pay tens of thousands of good cash on SharePoint implementations and customizations to tweak the usability and „look and feel“ towards their own processes and also sometimes towards the usability from End…

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