Issue OverviewCIO Decisions - September 2012 Volume 15
Social collaboration tools hold the power to deliver increased value to your customers while promoting employee engagement. So, how can CIOs make the most out of collaboration and solidify the alignment between business and IT? This new edition of CIO Decisions e-zine explores how social collaboration is changing both IT and the enterprise as a whole. And, with the right approach to values, processes, strategies and thinking, IT leaders can leverage social collaboration to better serve business needs. Access >>>
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GE brings social collaboration to life with Colab
by Karen Goulart
GE gets tens of thousands of knowledge workers to adopt a new social collaboration platform in the blink of an eye. Here's how.
- GE brings social collaboration to life with Colab by Karen Goulart
Gamification key to launching new FedEx social collaboration platform
by Christina Torode, Editorial Director
FedEx is banking on gamification to motivate its 300,000 employees to share knowledge on its new social collaboration platform.
Will analytic cloud tools make CIOs into energy efficiency czars?
by Karen Goulart
With the emergence of analytic cloud tools, will CIOs' talent for data position them to lead on energy efficiency?
How green is cloud computing? It's time for CIOs to ask
by Linda Tucci
For CIOs moving to cloud services to save money, or shorten time to market, another question should be top of mind. How green is cloud computing?
- Gamification key to launching new FedEx social collaboration platform by Christina Torode, Editorial Director
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