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Before it was a hilarious movie starring Bill Murray, “Groundhog Day” was known solely as the first hint that maybe – just maybe – winter would end a little early. That’s the day Punxsutawney Phil predicts whether we will have six more weeks of winter, or can begin celebrating spring.

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Think about your favorite baseball team. Whether it’s the World Champion Cubs (gosh that sounds weird to say) or the lowly Twins, they each play with their own style. While that gives them a certain uniqueness, they both adhere to a larger set of rules; namely, those of Major League Baseball

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The crush of technological advancement that we’ve all seen in our daily lives can make everything seem more complex than it needs to be. With that in mind, it should be no surprise that I am going to make this blog post simple. In fact, “simplicity” is my work motto, too. While there are

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If you attended the ECM Conference of the Carolinas in Charlotte this past November, you heard me say that I’m a big proponent of education. In this context, I’m speaking specifically to education as a means to understanding how Enterprise Content Management – ECM – can make a big

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In some circles, “compliance” is a dirty word. Oh not in theory, of course. In theory it makes all the sense in the world to adhere to a certain set of standards. This ensures that processes are done a certain way, regulations are followed and end products are safe, efficient and effective.

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Sure, I’m afraid of zip lines. I’ll admit it. It’s one of those weird man-made adventures that I’ve never quite understood. Zip lining, parasailing, skydiving, spelunking… all of it. Call me crazy, but I prefer activities that can be enjoyed on land. Solid land. I realize there are

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Do-It-All ECM is not Science Fiction Any “Star Trek” fans out there? Those who are will immediately recognize the above photo. For the uninitiated… the photo depicts a “Borg Cube.” It is one of the most intimidating technologies in the “Star Trek” universe. It houses, naturally,

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“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.” ~Robert Frost, in “The Road Not Taken”   Sure. ’Ol Bobby makes it seem so easy, doesn’t he? He’s standing there in the woods, faced with two paths – say one to the

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As you may have noticed from some of my posts, I am a movie buff. Movies are visual storytelling, after all, and as a writer I’m drawn to narratives. I was only five when my dad took me to see “Jaws,” and I was eight when I first saw “Star Wars” and “Close Encounters of the Third

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I’m going to go out on a limb here – albeit not too far – and say that most of us wouldn’t like knowing that our manager, supervisor or boss spent the day literally looking over our shoulders. As nice as they may be, the hovering is a little too close for comfort. If he or she were right

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