When a company decides to launch a new content management system (CMS), legacy content audits and migrations are a necessary evil that must be confronted and overcome. Patrick Hardy, senior business analyst at BrightStarr offers a few pearls of wisdom that he's gained from working on several content audit and migration efforts.
This month, LPM magazine looks at the uncertain future of the SME legal market – from pricing, recruitment and retention to cybersecurity, regulation and technology. We’ve got it all covered in our LPM conference 2016 report, with added insight from speakers and delegates who presented/attended.
Last week I spent an extremely informative day at the Perfect Information Conference 2016, which this year focused on “the future of information”. Alongside Sarah Fahy, Global Head of Library Services at Allen & Overy, and Anneli Carter, Executive, MarCap Research at Macquarie Capital, I had the pleasure of sitting on the panel for one of the keynote sessions – “Building a future for the information and knowledge industry and its members” – in which we discussed the issues facing the industry and how information professionals can best equip themselves for success in the face of an ever-evolving landscape.
The phrase ‘if you build it, they will come’ is sadly not always the case for digital workplace solutions. Creating an intranet solution that is truly loved and adopted by employees takes commitment and a solid launch plan is essential to success.
Welcome to our digital workplace adoption series. If you struggle with employees engaging with your content, connecting with each other, and getting the most use of your digital workplace, you are not alone. Every day we get asked by companies how to help resolve their adoption woes.