In the midst of this, we had a twitter AIIM ECMJam on Mobile Content Management...What is the key difference between Mobile Content Management & “normal” Content Management?
Thinking about moving to the cloud or establishing a cloud information management system can be both exciting and nerve racking
For many organizations, lifecycle management of content is an important capability to address compliance and litigation concerns
Content on demand through smart devices #Management #SharePoint #BusinessProcessManagement #ElectronicRecordsManagement #content #enterprise #Collaboration
The results of the 2009 survey indicated that organizations that are more mature in metadata and taxonomy best practices outperform less mature organizations, with more mature organizations reporting fewerfindability and content management problems
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?
Growing up, I was raised in a Catholic family and attended private Catholic schools from 1st to 12th grade, excepting my freshman year. After the excitement and fun of Mardi Gras (after growing up in southwest Louisiana, I am STILL horrified that the rest of the country actually works on Fat...
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
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
and another contribution on the AIIM Community website http://community.aiim.org/germanydeutschland/blogs/ulrich-kampffmeyer/2017/02/14/ok-ecm-is-dead-but We should move on to "Information Management" because AIIM "is" the Association for Intelligent Information Management :)
Join Dan Antion on April 2 at 2 in Orlando for AIIM 2014 as he talks about how content management should find and emphasize the value in business documents