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By skynapse team on 1/28/2013 11:32 PM
The amount of content that an enterprise collects is tremendous. The sum total of all content represents the accumulated value of the enterprise in the course of its existence. However, content by itself is nothing when it cannot be managed in any meaningful way. By nature content gathered is unstructured, existing in multiple formats, mediums and locations. 

The ultimate goal of most enterprise is to monetize the content by converting it into knowledge and gathering intelligence from it and using that intelligence through better marketing, sales, support and service.

Business is all about processes and procedures that are structured, consistent and controlled. However, the content that an enterprise generates goes against the very grain that makes a business operations successful.

Taxonomy is a tool to bring structure to content so that it can be classified and controlled. It introduces a level of predictability to the content and other relevant content that may be associated with it.

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By skynapse team on 1/25/2013 3:20 AM
We have had the wonderful opportunity to work with a health care institution in the area of medical document management. Health care industry has one of the most complex of documentation when it comes to medical information, processes, policies, procedures, governance and audit. With a wide array of documentation and the ever changing revisions that are implemented throughout the year, it is really a challenge for healthcare providers to perform their daily duties while keeping up-to-date with the changes that take place in their industry.

The Current Situation This specific institution has an existing, legacy system that helps catalogue documents. The cataloguing features goes no further than a simple folder hierarchy and the capability to search through document titles and the ability to download them for off line viewing. This poses several issues to their operations. The Challenges Faced With the capability to download the document for offline viewing, users normally do not bother to download...
By skynapse team on 12/29/2012 11:02 AM
 While talking to a small business owner, We came across the discussion of what are the different channels for marketing. Today, there are so many channels for promotion that it is very difficult to keep track of all of them.

I am pretty sure that there are a lot of small business owners out there who are not able to get a handle on the different avenues in which they can promote their business. As a result, i have come up with a simplified mind map that one can use as a reminder of the different channels that avaiable to promote ones business.

 

This, i believe is sufficient to give business owners a very good starting point to launch their marketing strategy. Not all are required (depending on the nature of the business).

It is important to understand that each strategy is not isolated. There are overlaps that require proper planning and coordination. For example, social media channels may link to...
By skynapse team on 12/23/2012 10:57 PM

 With the release of SharePoint 2013 early next year, Microsoft is bringing in a whole new set of features such as social collaboration, cloud apps, improved performance and consistent usability across all its platforms.

This infographic is from CMSWire on SharePoint 2013

Source Article: [Infographic] SharePoint 2013 in 2012

By skynapse team on 12/13/2012 3:56 PM

HealthIT.gov has published an infographic on the history and usage of Electronic Health Records (EHR) systems. Read the original article here

By skynapse team on 12/9/2011 8:49 AM

It is the time of the year where one starts to determine what the immediate future holds. While the general market outlook seems suppressed in enthusiasm for most of next year, the technology industry is undergoing some major developments in terms of 6 key areas. These areas of development are tightly interdependant.

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