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As we enter the era of the digital workplace, many companies are realizing the need to make the most of their existing technology investments. Over the years, tools and systems have accumulated and it’s becoming almost impossible to know the background or purpose of any one solution.

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The evolution to a digital workplace brings with it an urgent need for companies to understand what data exists and where it’s all kept. Any efforts to do this can be complicated by the sheer amount of apps and tools that an organization has implemented to keep up with the pace of work – be it enterprise-wide, at the team level, or more increasingly, by individual employees.

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People no longer stay at companies for life. They want to work where they have freedom to use their preferred apps, tools, and devices, and in an environment that allows them to work on their own terms, inside or outside of the office, and with flexible hours that fit their busy personal lives.

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Mobile is an important part of our lives, and nowhere is this more evident than our workday. We routinely use mobile to communicate, collaborate, and get work done. But we're moving on from email. We're moving away from cramming everything in our inbox and then trying to find it later. Trying to organize in folders, sending links to ourselves – these are habits of the inbox that are destined for the trash bin.

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Building on a long track record of supporting healthcare organizations, Igloo now provides additional peace of mind, and the ability to host protected health information (PHI), by meeting HIPAA standards across our entire organization. We have gone above-and-beyond to build internal processes, develop product enhancements, and implement dedicated HIPAA training for all staff that allows us to proudly comply with HIPAA regulations.

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We’re on our way to wrapping up our “Kudos for Community Managers” blog series. Next up: Debbie Kwan from the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer shares her secrets on community engagement and evolution.

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We’re part way through our “Kudos for Community Managers” blog series, and we’re continuing the celebration by sharing some tricks of the trade from Cartwright’s community manager, Rich Bennett.

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Earlier this week, we celebrated Community Manager Appreciation Day, an occasion to recognize the creators, facilitators, and visionaries who run great communities. In Part 2 of our series, we introduce you to Jenine Liszka, a knowledge manager from Billtrust.

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