Concept Searching’s Smart Content Framework™, which is supported by automatic semantic metadata tagging, auto-classification, and taxonomy management technologies can be readily extended to not only improve search, but records management, data privacy, migration, and text analytics
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When asked about Smartphone use other than for phone calls, 93% or approximately 99 million users said they use it to access content and information. 59% use it to access the internet and 58% to access their emails. In this case, content and information is defined as weather, news, sports and finance among the list with weather being the number one. This report also shows that content consumption dominates Smartphone use with more than 93% indicating they access content and information regularly and 50% of those, daily. In my view, while this report demonstrates the growth of Smartphones and Smartphone use, and though the reference to content and information may be slightly different than our industry, the indication is clear and that is Smartphones are here and their popularity is strongly on the rise
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The “feel” component consists of social media subject matter experts, digital content creators, and customer engagement specialists, who continually maintain communications to facilitate the buying journey
In this AIIM 2013 preview, learn about how mobile tools fit into your overall enterprise content management strategy
So what does this all mean for you and your content ?
What it means is that unless my job changes I am going to have to be content with running multiple devices to get my job done
Unfortunately I can't edit my comment once posted, so the intended effect between the subject and content are now an incongruent mess
My talk covered the current trends in data capture, imaging, and mobile content management, and what opportunities are available for the enterprise