There are numerous AI products on the market to uncover metadata, but what Microsoft is doing is significantly different, said Alan Pelz-Sharpe, founder and principal analyst at Deep Analysis.
Taken separately, the new Box features aren’t earth-shattering, but Deep Analysis founder Alan Pelz-Sharpe said that with each one, Box is making its platform “stickier” by making it more conducive to its users’ remote work. Making it stickier, of course, drives cloud subscription renewals and attract more users in the long run.
n the late 1990s, I became fascinated by the concepts of implicit and explicit knowledge in the workplace. That was the dawning era of KM, and as an industry analyst, I was fortunate enough to meet with senior KM executives regularly. But not so much today.
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We now like to refer to the “new normal,” but what does that new normal consist of? How can we make the most of the future?
Alan Pelz-Sharpe, Founder of Deep Analysis, added: “With modernization and cloud requirements driven by significantly more digitally borne content like video, as well as the remote worker requirements required by the COVID-19 pandemic…..
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“Certainly there is a risk of badly formatted and incorrect content being produced, but a larger concern may be dull content,” said Alan Pelz-Sharpe, founder of market advisory and research firm Deep Analysis.
Zoom released a draft of its encryption plan on GitHub on May 22. The company is accepting public comments on the proposal through June 5. In the meantime, Zoom is urging customers to update their apps by May 30 to get access to a more secure encryption protocol called GCM.