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Talking about Mobile Content Management

In the midst of this, we had a twitter AIIM ECMJam on Mobile Content Management...Where does Mobile Content Management fit in with an ECM Strategy?...What business problems is Mobile Content Management primed to solve?

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Mobile Content Management is a Must

Only a few years ago the idea of mobile content management was a novelty; today it is mainstream

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Two AIIM Webinars and a Survey on Mobile Content Management

In a recent AIIM Webinar with Colman Murphy of Accellion on Mobile Content Management, we previewed AIIM’s upcoming Mobile Content Management global survey

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Resources for "Information Governance: Planning for the Next 3 Years"

Introduction and Background to the Issues Planning the Next 3 Years (2011 to 2014) Planning the Next 3 Years (2014 to 2017) How to Get from 1998-Style Records Management to Information Governance for 2018 How to Calculate ROI for E-Discovery (with Calculator) A Reference Model for Systems of Engagement and Systems of Record A Content Technology Roadmap How to Succeed at Mobile Content Management 6 Key Considerations to Going Mobile Two AIIM Webinars and a Survey on Mobile Content Management Program Framework, Roadmap, and Recommendations Overall Program Strategy How to Develop and Implement your Discovery Readiness Program Which part of E-Discovery Should You Fix First?

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This summer, go uber mobile

If the only thing that stops you from working form home on a gorgeous July day is the fact that you can’t get to information if you aren’t at an office- then you need a mobile content management intervention

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Taking a Dive into Mobile Computing

My talk covered the current trends in data capture, imaging, and mobile content management, and what opportunities are available for the enterprise

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info360: The Signal of an Evolving Industry

What we did As the sponsor for info360’s mobile content management track , mobile capture and cloud computing were central to my breakout speaking sessions at info360, as well as ITEX

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Mobile Opportunities and the Biggest Social Bang for Your Buck

Solutions for unifying the approach, often called MEAP for short, all have limitations in the long-term but can help companies deal with mobile delivery now while they wait for mobile content management issues to sort themselves out and mature

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E(CM) 2.0

And while the exact shape of mobile content management (MCM) is still emerging, I think it’ll likely be founded on four core use cases: View - read-only access to repositories Create - document management (full read-write access) Collaborate - enterprise collaboration Participate - workflow Communicate - enterprise communities The power of the crowd Along with mobility, and in part because of it, I think we’re going to see an acceleration of federated content creation across the whole spectrum, from more controlled options like enterprise wikis to more wide open approaches like full-on Crowdsourcing

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