social knowledge collaboration

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Published By: ITinvolve     Published Date: Apr 16, 2013
Demonstrating compliance with policies is a chore for any IT operations organization and often seen as a distraction from the "real work" needed to keep IT services up and running. What if there was an approach that enabled you to demonstrate compliance with policies easily and also helped you better manage day-to-day operations as well? Read this use case document to understand how social knowledge collaboration can help you achieve this today.
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Published By: ITinvolve     Published Date: Apr 16, 2013
Most assets in IT are governed by one or more policies, yet there is usually no quick and easy method to determine which policies apply to which assets and what specifically those policies govern. This means that IT teams are often making changes to assets that violate the policies meant to govern them. Read this use case document to understand how social knowledge collaboration techniques can help you to easily assign and track the policies that govern your assets to avoid out of compliance situations.
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Published By: ITinvolve     Published Date: Apr 16, 2013
What if you could quickly and easily review the potential impacts of making a change in your environment and identify each and every stakeholder who should weigh in on the risk of the change before it is approved? With social knowledge collaboration you can. Read this use case document to explore a real-world example of how social knowledge collaboration improves the accuracy and speed of change planning.
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jan 10, 2014
This white paper from IBM, showcases five organizations that are strategically integrating emerging social software and tools with their existing investments and seeing measurable results in return on investment.
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