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Abstraction is a way of thinking about what’s common between even seemingly unrelated processes, allowing us to create generalised tools applicable to many processes. Here’s how we’ve used abstraction through the years.
Vasilis Gkogkidis is a gamification consultant working with JFDI’s partner company and leading gamification consultancy Gamification+. Here’s his take on how gamification and the internet of things relate to each other.
Our Technical Director Joel has lots to say about SharePoint. So he created a series of short informative videos. One per day. It’s #SPThingADay!
BMW is the first car manufacturer to join its cars to the Internet of Things, with its BMW Labs IFTTT Widget for Connected Drive. See what JFDI’s R&D Director Jon Silver did with this new technology.
Do you have an Intranet at work? If you have to work with colleagues on documents, chances are you do. Do you love it? Do you hate it? At JFDI we thought long and hard about what makes a good one. We’d like to share with you our top tips for Intranet success.
Motivate Everyone, we said. Applying Gamification to business software design to better engage users. It's amazing where that thought process can lead. We needed something to engage people to interact with us at the European SharePoint Conference and other public...
JFDI’s Jon Silver demonstrated Smart Building technologies to an audience of business people at a recent event in Brighton.
Information architecture is the design of the structure which classifies information across an organisation. Information can take many guises: spreadsheets, presentations, documents, forms, web pages, videos, images... the list goes on. JFDI are SharePoint experts....
One of the cool features Google added to Gmail was the Archive button - a way to quickly get items out of your inbox: out of sight, out of mind, but not out of the scope of a search. This way you're not confronted with a massive inbox, just the items you need to deal...
After Vista disappointments, Windows 7 is found to be an unmissable upgrade.
First Published in PC Pro Magazine, 1996 Let me tell you a little story about British management. Once upon a time, there was a big Foreign company that decided to open a UK subsidiary. They tried to make it work just the way it worked back home, complete with Total...