Imagine if someone stood over your shoulder and told you that the way you were doing your job was wrong.
And yet, one of the reasons that so many software implementations aren’t used is that the software is forcing the user to change their habits.
One of the habits we all have is living inside of Microsoft Office. The Office suite of applications are open on our desktops all day. Every day.
The December 02 refresh of IBM Navigator includes Microsoft Office integration which means when you bring content sharing and collaboration to your organization you can meet your users where they live.
Microsoft Office integration is just one of a few new features that we have included this quarter. For the web interface, we’ve added our HTML5 viewing technology, based on Daeja, that makes viewing and reviewing documents in the browser plug-in free.
And, for our IBM Content Navigator clients, the new hybrid features mean that your IBM Navigator content is easily integrated into the ECM Experience Platform so you can continue to provide a single interface to your users for all of their content needs.
If you haven’t already seen what we’re doing with IBM Navigator, the 30-day trial version of IBM Navigator is available and waiting on ibm.com/navigator
Also, if you are still trying to plan out your organization’s content strategy I recommend you listen to the webinar that Director Custom Research at AIIM, Bob Larrivee and I did around a research survey we did entitled, “Documents in the Cloud: Who Owns Them?“