How Do You Simplify Work in the Enterprise? Ask the Experts

By Don Dixon, senior vice president, Global Document Outsourcing, Xerox

There’s no question the workplace is changing – in fact, it’s not really a place at all – work now happens in the office, at home and on the go.

And how we get work done is changing just as rapidly – driven by cloud access, virtual collaboration and other technologies – so it’s only natural that the way we interact with information – paper or digital – evolves. In many ways information is the currency of business – it can be worth more than cash on the books, and getting the right information to the right people at the right time is the only way for a business to operate successfully.

Organizations recognize this truth, and are looking for ways to simplify how work gets done while being more productive, mobile and secure. So, how can CIOs enable their organizations and workforces to take advantage of and most effectively use their information – the critical information about customers, products, services and processes that shapes what a company stands for, what it offers and why people want to buy it?

I encourage those interested, to join me, along with featured guests Louella Fernandes, associate director and analyst of Quocirca, and Michael Krigsman, co-founder of CxOTalk, for Xerox’s “Ask the Experts.” We’ll discuss the importance of unlocking and protecting an enterprise’s most important asset – information.

We’ll also explore how the workplace is changing; how to get information to the right employees at the right time in the right place so that it can be leveraged in the right way; and why an enterprise needs to find a balance between collaboration and security.

Join us for “Ask the Experts,” a live Google+ Hangout, on Thursday, June 19 from 11:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. EST. You can watch and participate from your computer, mobile phone or tablet.

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  1. Keith Houghton June 17, 2014 -

    Quote ‘enterprise’s most important asset – information’, is it really the most important asset? Or is it the people that use the information?

    • Nathan Van Ness June 17, 2014 -

      Hi Keith, thanks for reading and you raise a great point. I’d say it’s a combination of both – employees that are empowered by having access to the right information, at the right time so they can use it in the right ways ultimately fuel a successful enterprise. Do you agree?

      • Keith Houghton June 18, 2014 -

        I absolutely agree, it is always a combination of people and technology that deliver real sustainable benefits.

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