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Cloud Content Management

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

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UnFUDding Cloud Content Management (a rant)

Yesterday (May 30, 2016) I read this article which contends that Box, Dropbox, and others are not content management platforms. I was considering not linking to the article and just putting up screen shots of the main points, but I decided on the link instead. The article is nothing but FUD ...


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Cloud Content Management – AIIM’s New Toolkit

Below is an “extract” from the recently published AIIM ToolKit, “Cloud Content Management – Not Revolutionary but Transformative for Records Management

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5 Questions about Migrating Documents into a Cloud Content Management Application

When considering a cloud file storage application for your business, there are a number of questions to be considered as part of the initial planning for the site. These questions are: How much data (files/documents) will be migrated to the cloud application? How many users...

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3 Migration Strategies for Moving Content into the Cloud

Three basic content migration strategies are: 1. Allow users to move documents on an as needed basis. This allows users to move the documents from their current repository to the new repository when the document(s) are needed. There may not be any other formal migration of content by...

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While Leaders Debate, People Lead

According to the AIIM study, 42% of those polled plan to use some form of cloud content management, and 42% of companies have no plans either way. Within these same companies 30% are seeing an increase in “unofficial” cloud content management and only 5% have an “official” cloud content option

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BYOD + cloud swinging pendulum from content to collaboration

There is little doubt in my mind that there is much pent up desire for this sort of ready access, a conviction that is only supported by the AIIM research finding that “30% [of respondents] are seeing increasing use of unofficial cloud content management and file shares

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