My session will be on March 22 at noon; Automate Your Content-Intensive Processes and Unclog Your Business...In my view, clogged processes due to content-intensive processes can and should be addressed in a timely yet proper manner
One thing I have heard over and over in this industry is that the technology is in place but the situation is still no better than it was. Findability of information is still a major challenge and concern even when search engines are used. Many of my students cite that their organization had/has...
It’s one of the changes that are ending the era of ECM and bringing in the era of “content intensive applications” or whatever term most of us will settle on in a year
If your organization is like most, you probably have between five and 20 applications that are content-related
Almost every enterprise across multiple industries struggles with at least one paper-intensive, document process such as accounts payable, human resources, healthcare records, insurance claims, loan processing and others
These questions are: How much data (files/documents) will be migrated to the cloud application?...However, the greater question is how will the files be migrated to the cloud application once it is ready to be used?
As soon as IT doesn't have the ability to support a department's needs, the department will source and satisfy the need themselves; often with a SaaS application outside the borders and controls of the organization
The usage scenarios are primarily for reference purposes, such as checking the price on a proposal document or looking at the age listed on an application, etc...How big a market opportunity is creating mobile applications for the various repositories in use today?
One thing that I find a bit of concern when watching technologies being developed and marketed is that Small and Medium sized Businesses (SMBs) are often forgotten with respect to software applications needs
This might be an opportunity for some developers to produce applications that will integrate with other map sources to offer a better alternative to end-users. What is lesser known is that Apple has introduced in iOS 6 the possibility for developers to integrate with the new Maps application. This may be done either by launching the Maps application from another application and providing a route to calculate, or to open an application that will actually perform the routing when a user requests directions in the Maps app