We’re at a point where business has become very sensitive to the changes in behavior occurring on the consumption side of information management, and I hear few executives argue against the sensibility of keeping up with the times.

Analysts and consultants are also telling us that the workplace needs to catch up with the social consumer, even though we  know instinctively that our working lives are much more process and transaction oriented than our behavior at home. Need proof? Without laying odds I’ll bet that just about every information worker in a cubicle knows exactly when they are working and when they are surfing.

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