Editor’s note: This survey is a couple of years old but I can’t imagine much has changed – or has it? If not, a quarter of the day spent managing emails seems like a enormous drain on resources.
Editor’s note: Do you think email will be dead in the near future? If you do, this short post provides the counterpoint.
Editor’s note: Oscar Berg on why you should be using enterprise social networks in place of email.
Editor’s note: Gallup’s chief scientist of workplace management and well-being James Harter looks at the complex answer to a simple question. The issue here is engagement, not email.
Editor’s note: An example of a tool to help filter your email data – forget information overload, let’s focus on the filters.
Editor’s note: Could organisational communication be transformed with this forthcoming piece of technology?
Editor’s note: A bit of fun to make a serious point. take a look at this Tumblr blog to be reminded of the ‘importance’ of company emails.
Editor’s note: Interesting integration of technologies . . . and just imagine the potential if this takes off.
Editor’s note: Most document sharing in the enterprise takes place via email, probably the worst type of technology for sharing and collaboration. This info graphic is a good reminder of that fact.