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The moving toy trains concept of an ECRM Program

The moving toy trains concept of an ECRM Program Those who develop an ECRM Program within an organization know how many moving parts there are within the program. Depending on the results of the current assessment one could be starting a program where nothing is in place; no capture...

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Time to Scrap Your Existing System?

In my last blog, ECM Vendors Go to War ( http://www.aiim.org/community/blogs/expert/ECM-Vendors-go-to-War ) , it was brought up that upgrades to existing ECRM (CMS) systems will accelerate in the near future. This bodes well for vendors and service providers, but is this really in the best...

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ECM Vendors go to War

Perhaps it was inevitable, but Oracle has finally declared war on EMC’s Documentum and is introducing a new program to replace Documentum installations for free. On Oct 26 they are hosting a webinar to discuss some of the specifics. ( http://www.oracle.com/us/products/middleware...

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Failure and Theft in the ECRM Cloud

From Twitter: “How do two Blackberry users talk to each other? They don’t” . The week isn’t half over and it has already been an important one from a cloud perspective. At the top of the list is RIM’s Blackberry outage from an infrastructure failure that first...

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What the iPhone 4S means for ECRM

By now you have heard that Apple announced their iPhone 4S that includes new cloud support in the form of iOS 5. While some were hoping for a proper iPhone 5, the new phone – and especially the new software – represents some critical technology that ECM and records managers must...

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Clouds May Bring Dark Days for Records Management

This week Apple unveiled the industry’s worst-kept secret: their iCloud offering that permits users to store information in the cloud and make it accessible via PC, tablet, and mobile devices. Add yet another headache for records management. Managing data inside the firewall hasn’t...

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Is Microsoft Dying?

Are we missing something? In less than a year Apple blew past Microsoft as the most valuable technology in the company in the world and Google and IBM are fast poised to overtake them as well. Even though Microsoft just reported massive profit growth, there is a feeling that Microsoft’s...

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2011 Industry Predictions (Part 2)

Last week we talked about some industry predictions for 2011 . This week to expand on that with a few more points. SharePoint gets Stronger . Much has been written about the pros and cons of SharePoint. Without question it is now the single most dominant technology issue in the market today...

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Do Clouds Mean Dark Days for ECRM?

Cloud computing has become white hot. Television ads from Microsoft, IBM, and others tout their cloud efforts. Google and Apple and investing billions in their video and application cloud services. Apple is even going so far as to create an “App Store” for Mac applications. ...

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Essential SharePoint 2010: Overview, Governance & Planning by Jamison, Hanley & Cardarelli

Jamison, Hanley, and Cardarelli. (2010). Essential SharePoint 2010: Overview, Governance & Planning . Boston: Pearson Education, Inc. I’m in love with a new SharePoint governance book. If you are implementing MOSS 2007 or SharePoint 2010, treat yourself. Buy Jamison, Hanley, and...

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