Ten years ago, Facebook was introduced for the first time, connecting us to virtually anyone, anywhere. Twenty years before that, the Internet was created, allowing us to surf the Web, send emails and digitally correspond with each other. Nearly forty years ago, we saw the first mobile phone, helping us work on the go. Within four decades, we’ve seen technology drastically transform the way we work and collaborate.
New technology will continue to develop, which will continue to transform the workplace. Many speculate how advances in technology will change the programs and software we already use and how we exchange and share information. Some of these speculations may be accurate, but others are simply myths that we can disband.
This article seeks to debunk five of the most common myths around how enterprise content is used and how knowledge, experience and collaboration will change in the future workplace.