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Business Evolved: Social Intranets for the Mobile Workforce

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  • Business Evolved:  Social Intranets for the Mobile WorkforceThe way we share has changed.  The speed of information continues to accelerate and decisions have been democratized.  Seeing information isn’t good enough.  Engagement and the ability to share and comment are required. The ability to make decisions is driven not at the executive level but in the individual.  User empowerment through dashboards and reports accessible on the go through mobile and tablets have changed the way we work.  In this session we’ll explore how these changes have forced enterprises to react to both the mobile workforce and meet the demands of the users through social technologies to provide agility for the business.  We’ll explore how the consumer Facebook and Twitter world has forced business respond to these changes, and how with planning the Microsoft SharePoint 2013 platform, Yammer, and SQL Server 2012 enables real change.   
  • “Social media usage now exceeds email as a method of communication. It is now a relied upon way of doing business within the enterprise.”
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    • 1. Who is Joel Oleson
    • 2. “Social networking-type applications willbecome as ubiquitous in the workplace asMicrosoft Office tools and will likely replace e-mail as the dominant form of corporatecommunications” Bill Gates - 2007
    • 3. EngageInform
    • 4. Joel Oleson @joeloleson http://sharepointjoel.com and http://travelingepic.com About.me/joeloleson

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