New research illustrates the problem of app overload in the workplace. After reading the survey, called "The False Promise of the App Economy" employers may want to rethink how many apps they deploy or offer a way to better corral all that siloed information.
Low-code platforms make it easier for anyone to create apps, but did you know they can be used to stop the spread of app sprawl as well? Successful companies share their secrets.
App fatigue is hardly a new phenomenon. Between mobile devices, desktop computers and tablets, consumers are working with dozens of apps, toggling from one to another to access information and complete tasks. In the enterprise, this phenomenon is beginning to be a problem
Collage takes advantage of natural language processing and related artificial intelligence technologies to identify the topics and make the correlations. Within the Microsoft universe, Collage taps the Microsoft Graph logical model of connections between people, content, and concepts.
The iPhone just turned 10 and Apple sold 1.2 billion of the device, which has transformed our lives. Should we celebrate?
Kollaborativ, vernetzt und agil soll sie sein, die Traumorganisation – das denken auch die IT-Verantwortlichen der Swiss Re, einem der drei führenden Rückversicherer weltweit. Über eine intelligente Vernetzung sollen alle Mitarbeiter Teil eines Wissenskonzerns werden.
Since its founding in 1863, Zurich-based Swiss Re has seen many changes to its business and the world at large. Today’s turbulent business environment, however, is forcing Swiss Re to change faster and more comprehensively than any other time in its history.
Workers in today’s commercial construction companies exchange an enormous amount of project-related emails and documents with a wide variety of fellow employees, contractors, suppliers and customers on a regular basis.
Enterprise organizations have invested heavily in IT infrastructure. Now they are working to augment existing systems with flexible cloud services subscriptions that promise to automate processes, solve complex challenges and facilitate new innovations to help them outpace competitors.
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As today’s technology is changing, finding crucial information can be tough. When you consider the services that the cloud is offering/providing us, you’ll see that many services are overlaying each other. . . . Information Overload is when you are trying to deal with more information than you can process to make sensible decisions. The result is that you either delay making decisions, or you make the wrong decisions.
A breezy PR email on workplace productivity ruffled my feathers. But my snarky response led me to a much more substantive debate with Harmon.ie CEO Yaacov Cohen. He shared Harmon.ie’s latest machine learning/Outlook-based approach to easing worker distractions. Then we got into the problem of always-on workplace culture, notification noise, and what the modern worker is up against.
Looking to make Outlook the center of the digital workspace, Harmon.ie has launched a new tool which brings together commonly used business apps and services into one place that gathers information from disparate apps and cloud services using AI and machine learning to apply context to a given task.
A new tool from Microsoft Gold ISV partner Harmon.ie aims to leverage Microsoft Graph APIs to make the Outlook mail and calendar application the center of the digital workspace.
In the age of increasing digital overload, business users find themselves constantly being distracted with too much information coming from multiple systems. An organization may use many different systems and cloud-based apps to store related information, such as Outlook for emails, Office 365 for document collaboration, Salesforce as a CRM tool, and ZenDesk for help desk tickets, for example.
Harmon.ie, a company that develops Outlook add-ins for Office 365 users has announced today Collage, a new add-in that brings together information from different cloud services, social tools, and more to make the email client much more useful.
This blog post is a review of the latest harmon.ie for Outlook version, which now includes the Collage technology. Check out this blog post to learn more!
Boston-based harmon.ie is taking steps to unify disconnected information from multiple cloud services, all within the Outlook inbox.
Smart machines are clearly having an impact -- including giving workers tools to make their professional lives easier
harmon.ie has unveiled new capabilities of its information governance solution designed to give organizations an easy way to properly manage important e-mails and documents as business records in SharePoint without asking employees to complicate their daily routine.
harmon.ie has introduced what it calls “the first topic computing solution,” harmon.ie Collage, to unify disconnected information from multiple cloud services within Outlook, which is many employees’ primary work interface.