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Recap of the War on Enterprise Content Management (ECM)

Last week Document Strategy published my article, ECM or Content Services? What Is the Big Deal? It looks at why many practitioners, including myself, are not accepting Gartner’s opinion to change the term Enterprise Content Management (ECM) to Content Services. Many of us have been...

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Gartner ersetzt ECM durch Content Services

Michael Woodbridge von Gartner hat es nun offiziell gemacht - Gartner ersetzt für ihre Studien und den Quadranten den Begriff ECM Enterprise Content Management durch Content Services. " ECM is Dead !". Macht dies Sinn? Wir hatten schon vor einiger Zeit über Diskussionen bereichtet,...

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Will ECM vendors catch up to Back Office Content Solutions?

Back in March I was already telling the ECM industry that they were not alone. I was researching a trend where I thought vendors were emerging that offered out-of-the-box back office content solutions that were being sold directly to business users. I expected to find a few examples in each...

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7 Proven Web Page Content Writing Tips and Techniques To Increase Traffic

If you wish to take your business online, then you will have know the right tactics when it comes to creating online content. The saying “content is king” may sound more like a cliché, but it is still very important as before when it was first introduced to assist in the...

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Information Governance in The Era of 'Pandora's Box' on Content

Pandora's box has been opened and there's no going back. Once upon a time, companies created content through desktop publishing. Content went through several reviews before seeing the light of day. From catalogs, press releases, and price lists, to contracts and business correspondence....

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Reviewing Metadata “Content Types” in SharePoint Server 2013 & Office 365

Reviewing Metadata “Content Types” in SharePoint Server 2013 and Office 365 | SharePoint Online A content type is a reusable collection of settings and rules applied to a certain category of content in SharePoint and/or Office 365 . Content types define more...

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Auto-classification and metadata –the missing link I am doing some research on auto-classification and would sincerely appreciate your input, thoughts, and insight. This is the third in a series on auto-classification. The other two postings are Auto...

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Why I don’t need ECM!

ECM or Enterprise Content Management, as Margaret Rouse explains, is a set of defined processes that allow a corporation, agency or organization to obtain, organize, store and deliver information crucial to its operation in the most effective manner possible. To me it means a strategy – a...

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GRC Business Considerations for SharePoint

There comes a time in every business where management thinks … I wish we would have thought about that before. Usually this happens just after a Discovery Request shows up on the doorstep. Not to worry. All is not lost. Sure, it would be great if some forethought and...

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