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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 for Mobile Users

Increasingly, users are asking for access to content repositories from mobile devices, such as phones and iPads. The usage scenarios are primarily for reference purposes, such as checking the price on a proposal document or looking at the age listed on an application, etc. How big a...

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Developing a cost-effective mobile content-delivery platform

Smart phones are playing crucial role in enterprise strategy With over 20% of mobile phones enabled with Internet by 2011, smart phones are becoming the new frontier for digital content and center stage of a thriving new mobile content economy

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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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Information Architecture and Indexing for Mobile Applications

E&A’s mobile content architecture services tailor core methodologies for taxonomy development, content tagging, and user interface design to the rapidly developing mobile marketplace. “Mobile content architecture and tagging requires looking at how content is used, not just in the context of the query but in the larger context of social communication,” said Seth Maislin, E&A’s practice leader

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The challenge of publishing content for offline and mobile use

Making large numbers of manuals or even an entire corporate library available for offline access on mobile devices is not as easy as it sounds. In an age where the number of PCs in the field is going down, the traditional browser feature for making content usable offline is becoming less useful....

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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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