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?
Yesterday (May 30, 2016) I read this article which contends that Box, Dropbox, and others are not content management platforms
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Thinking about moving to the cloud or establishing a cloud information management system can be both exciting and nerve racking
In terms of migrating files, if you have 10 users on the site, will the content already be migrated and available to them at startup or will you be asking them to upload their own files?
Why all the interest all of a sudden about putting content “in the cloud”?...So is the time right for content to be managed in the cloud?
In the Enterprise Content Management ( ECM ) world content can exist in several places and multiple formats simultaneously...When is content really content?
Content at rest -- Is your content and metadata 256-bit encrypted while at rest?...Can some content be required to be sync'ed while other content can never be sync'ed?...Third, business-grade rights management
Three basic content migration strategies are: 1...There may not be any other formal migration of content by IT or mass migration of content into the site. 2
In this AIIM13 Q&A, we talk about how to say “no” to the Department of No; how the workplace is changing because of BYOD (and bring your own cloud); what's next in enterprise content management; and a projection that private clouds are going to be big in 2013
We have been working with many large organizations lately trying to figure out what is happening in the markets for SharePoint and multi-repository content governance