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Web Content Management (WCM) Deep-Dive in SharePoint 2013 & Office 365

Overview: SharePoint 2013 & Office 365 Web Content Management (WCM) Deep-Dive EPC Group’s SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 information architecture consultants have recently worked on a large number of enterprise SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 initiatives with a strong client focus on Web Content Management and this blog post will provide a deep-dive around our recent “from the trenches” experiences

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The Dual Core of Collaboration

No matter what flavor of collaboration you are considering -- structured PLM, enterprise content management, publishing to your public-facing website, mobile tablet-based capture, or simple team-based collaboration -- you need to understand your requirements for content and search

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Have We Hit the Era of Peak Apps? Rethinking the Mobile First Imperative with HTML5 and Responsive Design

HTML5 is offering an alternative to publishers who want to take control of their mobile strategy, reduce dependence on proprietary hardware systems and keep more of the revenue for themselves

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Content Decision Fatigue

That turns out to be true of your capacity to deal with alternatives, make decisions and even to sustain your efforts at tasks.These finding have profound implications for enterprise content management (ECM)

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Don't put less content on your mobile sites !

And who knows, maybe the desktop will die in a few years, so your mobile strategy should not be an afterthought :) #mediaqueries #css3 #mobile #ContentManagement #design #CMS #WCM #bootstrap

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From HTML pages to WCMs

For users those systems are most of the time very easy to learn and use, in the simplest systems a page is nothing more than a title and a text area (with a word-like text editor) : this is very efficient but also very limited in an enterprise context

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