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Has “digital governance” a meaning anymore? Part 3 / Digital or not, you need strong governance

Obviously this extremely fast change did not happen without some pains and mistakes. Technologies took some time to stabilise but quality improvements have taken place. Legislation has also supported this continuous change in its laws […]

Sep, 21 · in Point of View

Has “digital governance” a meaning anymore? Part 2 / As a whole does it really matter?

Digital is present and is part of our lives and grandparents post their grandchildren’s pictures on Facebook. But is this part of out business lives and why should my organisation change at this fast pace, […]

Sep, 19 · in Point of View

Has “digital governance” a meaning anymore? Part 1 / Digital is not a new thing anymore

In France, the founding speech that has become remembered, as the initial milestone was a speech by-then Prime Minister Mr Jospin in a small city on the Atlantic Coast, named Hourtin. This was 1997 and […]

Sep, 07 · in Point of View

Newly formed Partnership between Docville and IDeAs

In a newly formed Partnership between Docville and IDeAs, we would like to introduce you to a new series of seminars. Based on the actual needs of clients in Europe, we are bringing practical answers […]

Sep, 05 · in Event

Samsung: Smart Printing for the Connected Workplace – Part 2/2

1st part to read here. First among these is perhaps the growing importance of Mobility. For many workers, gone are the days when they went to the same desk in the same office every day. […]

Jul, 18 · in Point of View

Samsung: Smart Printing for the Connected Workplace – Part 1/2

To Apps World at XLR8 2017 at Excel London, and a briefing on Samsung’s vision for the connected workplace, with Brent Richtsmeier, VP of Solutions and Mobility. A first observation was that Samsung appeared to […]

Jul, 04 · in Point of View

Archivage électronique – Livre blanc – “En 2016, le métier Courrier a généré 11,4 Mds € de CA”

Groupe La Poste : focus sur un changement profond. Le déclin inexorable du courrier a des conséquences à la fois sur le bilan du groupe – qui tire près de 50% de son chiffre d’affaires […]

Jun, 08 · in Point of View

Winning University from Konica Minolta’s International University Contest comes from South Africa

On April 29th in Berlin, Konica Minolta staged the final of the International University Contest, in which university students from around the world were invited to submit innovative workflow solutions relating to aspects of academic […]

May, 16

Can HP really transform the A3 Print Market? 2/2

1st part to read here. Thirdly, the signs are that this time, HP has taken the time and trouble to do its homework, to listen to channel partners and customers, and to get the offer […]

May, 02

Documation // Digital Transition: best practices to manage change (FR + UK)

Documation, le salon de la dématérialisation a eu lieu à Paris les 29/30 mars; Retrouvez la vidéo d’une table ronde à laquelle j’ai participé sur le sujet « Transition digitale : les bonnes pratiques pour accompagner le […]

Apr, 28

Can HP really transform the A3 Print Market? 1/2

HP has made several failed attempts in the past to take market share from the A3 ‘Copier’ vendors, starting with the ill-fated ‘Mopier’, and more recently trying again with Edgeline – which although not successful […]

Apr, 27

PRESS REVIEW // Q1 2017

IMPSGA’S MEMBERS’ CONTENT Edwin Jongsma, from our member Xtandit, cut this video to reflect on our last meeting. Many thanks to Eurocom for their wonderful hospitality and allowing us discover this unjustly less travelled to […]

Apr, 18

Is Hollywood overtaking Silicon Valley?

Some of you may have noticed or potentially seen the new HP movie on Cyber security. It is extremely well done and I recommend you watch it but it also made me think of how the […]

Mar, 02

2017 is today #4 | “Are Sales people correctly compensated when looking at the goals of the company? Usually no.”

One clear observation which comes often to our minds is that in the modern world, when getting the usual “age” question and often referred to associated cultural biases, you have 3 generations in the workplace […]

Feb, 09