Cloud Content Management (CCM) is such a new subject that at the time I wrote this post there is not a Wikipedia entry for CCM...Box was championing the term in order to differentiate traditional ECM from Content Management, File Sharing and Collaboration in the cloud
In the midst of this, we had a twitter AIIM ECMJam on Mobile Content Management...What is the key difference between Mobile Content Management & “normal” Content Management?
Aside from my background in the Enterprise Content Management space, I would probably be described as a little too passionate about the Philadelphia Eagles
These trends have a profound impact to the way that we try to manage content within the enterprise and one thing is clear: Enterprise Content Management is dead
Yesterday (May 30, 2016) I read this article which contends that Box, Dropbox, and others are not content management platforms
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Regardless of what you’ve been hearing, Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is not dead
Below is an “extract” from the recently published AIIM ToolKit, “Cloud Content Management – Not Revolutionary but Transformative for Records Management
Only a few years ago the idea of mobile content management was a novelty; today it is mainstream
SharePoint has capabilities as a Content Management System
Today, AIIM hosted a tweet chat, tag #ECMJam, to discuss Content Management...We essentially said that collaboration isn’t new and that Content Management’s fit is the same as in the past