Jim Kane

Jim
Kane
Director of Collaboration and Knowledge Management,
Paragon Solutions
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Jim Kane is Director of Collaboration and Knowledge Management at Paragon Solutions. Jim has a background in knowledge management, and the use of Microsoft SharePoint at a tool for enhanced business enablement. Jim led one the largest deployments of SharePoint in North America in 2003, and he has been working extensively with business teams in the Financial and Life Sciences domains to optimize knowledge sharing, collaboration, document management, and business processes, using Microsoft technologies as enabling tools. Jim has been an adjunct instructor at the University of Pittsburgh, and is co-author of a US Patent for Methods of Knowledge Management.

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How Delve is Transforming Personalized Content and Collaboration

What is Office Delve? Delve helps you discover the information that's likely to be most interesting to you right now—across Microsoft (MSFT) Office 365. You don't have to remember the title of a document or where it's stored. Delve shows you documents no matter where they're stored in OneDrive for Business or in Sites in Office 365.

Managing Exponential Data Growth: Why Enterprise Archiving Matters 

Business applications generate many types of information. Facing this reality, an enterprise archiving solution must be able to support documents, images, audio files, database data, print streams, text files and more. Users searching for archived information should be able to access all these forms of information in a consistent way.

SharePoint Online Tips: 6 Steps To Implement 

Getting ready to move to SharePoint Online? Taking a 'lift and load' approach to move content from on-premises SharePoint to SharePoint Online is, simply put, a mistake. Doing so will bring any existing issues from the current environment over to the online environment. The move to SharePoint Online is one that requires planning and strategy, not a "let's jump in" approach. What should you be doing to make the move to SharePoint Online?

8 Benefits of Having a Knowledge Management Strategy 

The amount of knowledge transmitted to and by the typical manager in a mid-to-large-sized business each and every day can be downright overwhelming. Emails, documents, memos, collaborative communications and other forms of information continue streaming in and out at an increasingly rapid rate.

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