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Win a free ticket to our October event, Making Social Collaboration Work

On October 15th we’re running an intense one-day event in London, UK focused on helping anyone exploring, or actively running, a social collaboration initiative learn from experienced peers: Making Social Collaboration Work. The day is going to be firmly practical: packed with case studies presented by project leaders themselves, and peer discussion groups on topics […]

Posted on Tuesday, June 2, 2015 by

At Eurostar, IT’s all about the customer

Eurostar, founded in 1994, is the high-speed train company that links the UK with France and Belgium through the Channel Tunnel. It carries over 10m passengers a year. Eurostar’s mission is to create Europe’s most loved travel experience, and as I found out in a recent interview with CIO Antoine de Kerviler, the company’s IS […]

Posted on Tuesday, May 19, 2015 by

ManyWho: Cloud-based workflow, with a twist

When it comes to the landscape of tools that organisations can use to manage and co-ordinate the work that people do, we’re seeing the established ‘enterprise-scale’ players being joined by a fast-growing constellation of new suppliers explicitly targeting clients who want to start fast and get value fast. These suppliers are providing their tools from […]

Posted on Tuesday, May 12, 2015 by

EVRYTHNG: ‘Facebook pages’ for connected products

You’re exploring how connected products and the Internet of Things might bring opportunities to your business. Perhaps you’re a supply chain player and you want better visibility; perhaps you’re a consumer brand and you want to create new kinds of engagement with customers (circumventing retailers); perhaps you’re a white goods manufacturer wanting to find ways […]

Posted on Friday, May 8, 2015 by

The Business of IoT

First things first: let’s get one thing clear – the Internet of Things (IoT) is not a technology. It’s not even a group of technologies. It’s a prediction about how a particular set of technologies in combination is going to impact society and business. But the IoT prediction has potentially very significant implications, and from my perspective […]

Posted on Friday, November 21, 2014 by

Listen and learn from real-world Digital leaders

I’m pleased to announce the start of a brand new series of webinars from MWD’s founder and Research Director, Neil Ward-Dutton. In these new interviews Neil talks candidly with those leading the charge in the Digital enterprise world about how their organisations are responding to rapid business change and disruption with the effective use of Digital technologies. Each one will […]

Posted on Monday, October 13, 2014 by

Webinar: Measure Success and Demonstrate ROI of Social and Collaborative Work Management

Organisations are uncovering new efficiencies and changing the way they do business through social and collaborative work initiatives—accelerating innovation and creating new business opportunities, reducing costs, and improving customer relations. Yet it’s not always easy to know how to best plan, implement and measure the success of a social collaboration initiative. On Tuesday 16th September, […]

Posted on Wednesday, September 10, 2014 by

New report: On the Radar: Egnyte

This week we published a new On the Radar report about Egnyte, provider of a hybrid cloud/on-premise file sharing platform for businesses that enables files residing either in the cloud (its own, or third party) or in local storage, to be made available, controlled and administered through a central IT management platform. Egnyte’s take on […]

Posted on Wednesday, May 28, 2014 by

The state of BPM maturity

In our case study research and consulting, we commonly find four factors that act as indicators of success in BPM initiatives: realisation that BPM is really about people; realisation that BPM is a collaborative endeavour; integrating methods with appropriate technologies; and executive sponsorship. These four factors have helped shape the benchmarking tool that we offer […]

Posted on Wednesday, April 30, 2014 by

Interact Intranet – building social intranet platforms for mid-sized organisations

To add to our bulging library of recently published collaboration research, in a new report out this week Angela Ashenden profiles Interact Intranet. Headquartered in Manchester, UK, with further offices in Dallas, USA, and Sydney, Australia, Interact Intranet provides a social intranet platform built for mid-sized organisations. What’s interesting about Interact Intranet? Angela writes: “In […]

Posted on Tuesday, April 15, 2014 by