Stu Downes

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Name: Stu Downes
Date registered: May 8, 2007
URL: http://www.sdownes.co.uk

Latest posts

  1. FutureWork14: Introducing the concepts — April 11, 2014
  2. Information on CSC MyWorkStyle — April 8, 2014
  3. Hi Cortana, pleased to meet you — April 3, 2014
  4. My Personal Knowledge Management Systems : Evernote, Instapaper and OneNote — December 21, 2013
  5. Is Enterprise Software Ready for the Personal Digital Assistant? — December 10, 2013

Most commented posts

  1. The disconnected blog reading experience — 10 comments
  2. Sametime Connect 8 Client — 8 comments
  3. Folksonomy in the enterprise — 8 comments
  4. NSD Analysis — 8 comments
  5. Idea Jam — 8 comments

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Apr 11

FutureWork14: Introducing the concepts

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My aim with this post is to begin a series of posts to debunk some of the marketing myths about work and workplace technology. Working with information and bringing various bits of information together, thinking about it, collaborating with it, then creating something is what makes many of us tick.  If I phase that in …

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Information on CSC MyWorkStyle

We’ve been quite busy here at CSC recently bringing a new Workplace offering to market with a new commercial model.  We’ve worked hand in hand with our partners Microsoft, Citrix, Polycom and in my space also Lenovo, AppSense, Avecto and 1E.  As more and more information is released prior to our formal launch I’ve tried to summarize today’s content below:

Personalizing Your Workplace Experience Infographic (PDF)

Personalizing Your Workplace Experience Brochure (PDF)

CSC MyWorkStyle Web Page

CSC Workplace Services Web Page

A short video from our partner Citrix on the new offering.

 

Apr 03

Hi Cortana, pleased to meet you

Yesterday from the Microsoft Build event we started to hear more about Microsoft’s answer to the personal digital assistant.  Everyone is taking this seriously and we are finally starting to see the emergence of intelligent assistants which interact with other apps and data on the phone (see my December 2013 post).  This for me is …

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