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EastEnders and Enterprise 2.0 -- #e20

#E20 #socialmedia 5 Lessons for Enterprise 2.0 Success from Digg, Reddit and Slashdot: Are we missing one of the m... http://bit.ly/bVWvCw Classifying Enterprise 2.0 use cases: Almost a year ago, Bjoern Negelman shared an excellent model for ... http://bit.ly/bwvrmA #E20 #E20 #socialmedia 2

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ECM -- Past, present, future

The original archived webinar can be found HERE - http://www.xenos.com/company/xenos-connex/events/power-of-5-webinar-series/past-events/ And while this is more of an "ECM-ish" topic than strictly speaking an E20 topic, there are clearly overlaps, so I thought I would share some of the thoughts here

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Cloud Content Management

Cloud Content Management (CCM) is such a new subject that at the time I wrote this post there is not a Wikipedia entry for CCM

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Talking about Mobile Content Management

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?

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A Passion for Content Management

Aside from my background in the Enterprise Content Management space, I would probably be described as a little too passionate about the Philadelphia Eagles

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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...The types of content being generated are changing rapidly too

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E2.0 - What Do You Think Is The Next Big Thing for Information Management?

The assessment of information is not a new topic, but the explosion of content makes it more urgent

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Forgive me, Steve Jobs

A lot of this came about as I prepared for my keynote at AIIM On Demand this year - 8 disruptive forces that will transform the content management industry . One of the key forces I talk about is the impact that mobile technologies will have on the evolution of content management and E20 in the next few years

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