Blog Entries By Jeff Shuey
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So … What is Yammer? My Simple View
You may have heard that Microsoft is buying a company called Yammer for $1.2 Billion dollars. You may be wondering what this means. You also may be wondering just what Yammer is. Below I have provi...
The AIIM Conference is a Hit
Ladies and Gentlemen
We have a HIT on our hands.
After a few years away under the guidance of another organization the AIIM Conference is back with...
Social SharePoint --- An Oxymoron?
Social SharePoint is coming to a desktop and a mobile device near you … and soon. Today SharePoint is ubiquitous in the enterprise. With over 125 million SharePoint users and a goal to reach 500 mi...
Tool Safety and SharePoint
The use of tools is one of the things that sets humans apart from other animals. Sure, there are other animals that use tools to achieve a task, but only humans have developed a complex set of tool...
SharePoint and Paper Belong Together
In case you haven't heard ... SharePoint is a platform to manage information. SharePoint doesn't care if this information was "born digital" or created in the traditional paper based world. When th...
Your Sandbox or Mine
The SharePoint Sandbox is a great place to play and test.
Sure, the SharePoint Sandbox has some limitations, much like every sandbox does.
This is OK. The good news is you can test thin...
The ECM Industry is Alive & Well
For proof of this I refer you to the Box.Net team. They are having fun and getting it done.
Clever, Innovative, Cutting Edge --- These are not terms often heard when describing Enterprise Conte...
Dear Steve - Paper Still Matters
Contrary to what Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO, said at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Los Angeles … Paper Still Matters. Paper is an Asset.
Ballmer mentions a customer having...
Wanted --- Shining Examples
As Paul Galvin’s BrightStarr post aptly identifies …
The World needs Shining Examples
Well, at least The SharePoint World does.
Take a look at Paul’s Post - Let Shining Examples L...
BYOD in Document Capture
Get ready … it’s coming. Well, actually … it’s already here.
Yes! BYOD in Document Capture is already here and it’s just going to grow. Records Managers, Document and Policy Managers had better...
Flying Cars and the Paperless Office
Which one will you see first?
Not so many years ago people were saying we’d have flying cars, phones without wires and a paperless office. Well, one out of three is not too bad … I guess.
The Paperless Office
Is the office of the future really going to be paperless?
I don’t think so. Paper is here to stay and that’s OK.
A few paper facts:
Americans discard 4 million tons of paper every y...
The Other Side of the Scanner
What happens on either side of a document scanning process?
Well, actually ... A lot.
The irony is that most of the time the people and processes that live on either side of the scanner are...
ECM starts with Paper
Admittedly Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is much more than paper, but paper is often where ECM starts. Contrary to popular opinion paper is not the enemy. In fact, Paper is an Asset. To be mo...
Scanning is Simple
Yep, there I said it. Scanning is Simple.
Let’s be honest. It’s really quite easy to take a good picture of a document.
It can be as simple as … Click.
However, that’s abou...
What is the cost of a Lost Document
Have you ever spent time looking for a document or a receipt? And no matter where you looked you could not turn it up?
Did it make you mad? Did you think you could have been using that time on ...
When is Content Relevant
In the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) world content can exist in several places and multiple formats simultaneously. In this post I will focus on the aspect of Content Relevance. In subsequen...
Getting to Know Jeff Shuey
First off … a big THANK YOU to the AIIM leadership team for inviting me to blog as part of the AIIM Expert Bloggers Forum.
A little about me
I have been in the technology space for the past ...