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Lemoine Report: The main learnings

By |November th7, 2014|Categories: Digital Governance, Trends, Uncategorized|

Digital is one of the priority issues for the government since 2013. No less than 3 Ministries mandated Philippe Lemoine to identify the digital transformation drivers for France. The recommendations from 7 November are in the hands of Axelle Lemaire , the Chief Digital Officer of France, which informed the report expected from the National

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The multisite factory concept

By |October th30, 2014|Categories: Digital Governance, Poleetic, Project Management, Uncategorized|

Set up a factory site allows you to create multiple websites on a single server, with the same CMS installation; they can be easily duplicated and adapted if necessary: New entities New targets to address New services Migration of existing sites (…) … administer these consistently and strategically. The installation of a factory requires rigorous

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Digital Governance: optimize the password

By |July th9, 2014|Categories: Digital Governance, Poleetic, Project Management, Security, Uncategorized|

The password, a little chain of characters that everyone use everyday, represents a very serious topic for cyber-security actors. A good password governance for companies requires a clear policy, shared with every stakeholder and monitored through a regular and automatized process. More and more services used by companies and now available online, making these policies

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Global Facebook Page: The solution of social e-governance

By |July th9, 2014|Categories: Digital Governance, Innovation, Project Management, Uncategorized|

We waited for almost 1 year … originally nicknamed the “Hub Page”, the “Global Page” has finally arrived on Facebook: it allows us to manage, merge options, administration and access several brands, countries and business pages. We can now “finally” accept local initiatives from a store or franchisee as they are part of a global

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The six rules for good domain names management

By |November th26, 2013|Categories: Digital Governance, Poleetic, Project Management, Uncategorized|

Managing a portfolio of domains requires real skills, as shown in the example of Unilever and its brand portfolio: According to Wikipedia, Unilever has more than 400 brands in the world, 13 of which have a turnover amounting to over 8 billion euros and more than a half a billion euros. Together, the

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