Once a Content Management System has been installed, the next phase is to decide what area(s) within the department to begin the utilization phase and what project(s) to start with
Coffee cups hold tremendous insight into information management (besides holding my favorite beverage)...All items in question had undergone Darwinistic Information Management
It is well known that the primary reason ECM and records management implementations fail is because of change management issues. This seems to happen even if a significant change management effort is made - but why?
I believe there is validity to Geoffrey Moore’s notion that content management is moving away from “systems of record” and toward “systems of engagement
For many organizations, lifecycle management of content is an important capability to address compliance and litigation concerns
Thinking about moving to the cloud or establishing a cloud information management system can be both exciting and nerve racking
What is the key difference between Mobile Content Management & “normal” Content Management?
I’d recommend that before you go down the road of building a platform from scratch, consider the software packages that have already been built, tested and supported. 5 reasons you should consider a traditional document management system before starting your in-house SharePoint implementation. 1. SharePoint is only as good as the person or team building the system
But we have very little in the way of document control metrics, system value metrics, or “added value during document revision” metrics
However, the fact that the social software vendors and the ECM vendors meet yet again at the Enterprise 2.0 Show makes me wonder about an interesting question: Is content management a feature of collaboration or is collaboration a feature of content management?