One of the best parts of participating in the Executive Leadership Council (ELC) sessions is the opportunity to discuss big ideas and, let's be honest -- to also dig into rumor and speculation about what we'll see in the near (and distant) future from the major platform and OEM players that make up the backbone of the ECM space
Business information and even line of business applications will start to reorganize around a knowledge organization architecture approach, with SharePoint and ECM coming in at the next layer behind collaborative engagement platforms (there's a reason Facebook didn't have a "user adoption" problem)
The different systems had already existed as a Microsoft service, but with the wonders of styling and marketing they are all seen together
I'm also a daily end user of a ton of cloud systems, so I have addressed these concerns for internal projects, as well. 1
” As I have said and written many times before, it is awfully hard to implement a system that meets your needs without first having defined what they are!
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Are you looking into cloud information management (CIM) systems and getting confused?...This type of site may be viewed as a light-weight document management system and may also offer integration with other applications via an API
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Microsoft's move into the enterprise content management space, and in particular their decision to include free SharePoint client licences with Microsoft Enterprise Agreements, poses a huge threat to Enterprise Content Management (ECM) system vendors
Clients have been listening to those of us who make our livings by “doing ECM” for far too long...ECM was a good idea at the time...Because, SP is our ECM pillar...The above snippet is an example of ECM gone wrong
SharePoint – some people love it, some hate it and some deny it is even real enterprise content management (ECM)...So, can SharePoint deliver full ECM in the Cloud?
Everyone i speak with wants a SalesForce.com version of their ECM and have been grossly disappointed in what traditional ECM vendors have offered up in the Cloud
We truly are in the first innings and, in particularly, as it relates to Capture and ECM moving to the cloud