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12 February 2014 - 12 February 2014
|Time:||6.15pm - 7.45pm|
|Location:||35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS - View map|
|Open to:||Alumni; Public|
Many organisations harnessing technology to enhance collaboration and sharing but may not be fully exploiting its potential.
This session will give participants an overview of the value of using technology as a means to collaborate, independent of time and location and increase their understanding of its potential through application.
Benefits of attending
A clear understanding of the technologies freely available for collaboration and sharing. Plus an appreciation of the benefits of collaborative working, sharing and the opportunity for emergent innovation.
Keith Patrick, Senior Lecturer in Business Information Management
His teaching, research, and practice interests lie in the area of information and knowledge management, in particular, emerging technologies, social intranets and the practical application of social business/organisation concepts.
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