Continuing our series on User Experience, (UX) this post will explore the concept of Information Architecture – what it is and how it is a necessary component of good UX design. For what it’s worth, the term “information architect” is credited to Richard Saul Wurman and dates back to 1976. Once… Read More
Portals & Collaboration
Technology is only useful if it helps you work better with your employees, suppliers and customers. RBA’s deep expertise in Portals and Collaboration solutions makes it easier for you to increase productivity, cut costs, and respond rapidly to business needs.
As a first time attendee of Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference in Orlando last week, I was interested to see how the opening keynote would set the tone for the week – here are my top five observations: UNDERSTANDING THE KEYNOTE’S IMPACT BEFORE ANYONE SPEAKS You realize the keynote is an… Read More
Recently, Microsoft held its annual Convergence conference which brings together thousands of business professionals and the Microsoft Partner community. The RBA contingent, most of whom have attended Convergence for years, noticed a new energy at this year’s event. The power and momentum of the true “convergence” taking place between business… Read More
For HR and IT professionals, it’s important to stay on top of the latest in technology developments that foster employee retention and engagement, which was the very topic of our recent “Leveraging Technology to Boost Employee Engagement” webinar. Our webinar featured Boy Scouts of America’s Marianne Elden and Forrester analyst TJ Keitt.… Read More
Recently, I was tasked with a project that consisted of a form to enter in projects and add tasks to the project. One of the requirements was to send out emails once a week to each user that has tasks assigned to them in a summary format. The first thing… Read More