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Video No doubt it’s been a hectic month with lots of unfulfilled work resolutions already flying out of the window. But we may be able to offer some respite from the dawn of another frustratingly unproductive year.

In December we did a couple of broadcasts on productivity – starting with some proper, as opposed to ethereal, suggestions on how to help you help your business work smarter. And heading into tackling the challenges of managing your users information effectively. You know the stuff, securing mobile workers, whilst still giving them the things they need, role based access and provisioning and how automation might help.

The inimitable Tim Phillips from The Register fronts both of the broadcasts and he’s joined by analysts from Freeform Dynamics and some smart, well informed chaps from Microsoft.

They’re both free to watch, they’re each an hour long and they could well shave a bit of grief off your desk through 2011.

The first one called, 'Working smarter not harder,' is here.

The second one called 'Why does information management matter?' Is here. ®

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