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Enterprise Content Management is Dead

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

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Looking for an Enterprise Content Management studybook

I am looking for an ECM studybook in which all (important) ECM aspects are covered. I have attended the AIIM ECM Master class but would like to have more (structured) information apart from the slides in the training. Does AIIM offer such a studybook, and if not, does anyone know...

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Enterprise "Content" Management - is that the right word?

The term "Enterprise Content Management" or ECM originated from the desire to assimilate Web Content Management (WCM) into the AIIM umbrella

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Recap of the War on Enterprise Content Management (ECM)

It looks at why many practitioners, including myself, are not accepting Gartner’s opinion to change the term Enterprise Content Management (ECM) to Content Services

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How Does Enterprise Content Management Work as a Shared Service?

For example, rather than having different departments select and support their own enterprise content management (ECM) systems, the IT department purchases, implements and maintains one system that all departments use

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Differences between Enterprise Content Management & Records Management in SharePoint 2013 & Office 365

There are risks and other possible issues your organization may face by not having a records management and\or enterprise content management strategy in place such as encoring added audit or related court fines or higher out-of-court settlements

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Social Business Virtual Event: Ken Bisconti, IBM, Social Business Meets Enterprise Content Management

Sneak Peek at other Social Business Virtual Conference speakers' sessions: Debra Logan: Key Issues for Enterprise Information Management 2011 Bob Larrivee: How Mobile Devices will Transform Paper Processes Ming Kwan: Share to Connect Jacob Morgan: The Business Impact of Collaboration Steve Ressler: The Story of GovLoop.com Jesse Wilkins: Developing a Twitter Policy Dianne Kelley: Aligning Strategy and Governance with Business Requirements Gayle Weiswasser: How Discovery Engages with their Audience Please join Ken Bisconti , Vice President of Product Marketing and Strategy for IBM Enterprise Content Management, for his presentation and Q&A immediately following on September 8, 2011 at 2:30 pm Eastern Time

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Enterprise Content Management at a Crossroads - The Case for Microsoft SharePoint (Part 2 of 2)

Last week I reviewed several reasons why traditional Enterprise Content Management vendors will continue to thrive despite Microsoft's push into the ECM space

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