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To Those Who Fall in the Middle

Depending on where you stand on information systems, the middle is: (a) where the action happens, or (b) where the flab accumulates. It's a rare manager who can tell them apart and an extraordinary one who understands how one scenario bleeds into the next. In ECM deployments the middle...

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Graphical Overview: Scalability Best Practices for a Hybrid SharePoint 2013 & Office 365 Environment

This post is meant to provide you with a visual overview of the underlying scalability considerations and related best practices for a Hybrid SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 Environment . SharePoint Farm Resource Hierarchy SharePoint 2013 | Hybrid Office 365 Web App Resource...

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Office365 -- SharePoint Deployment Accelerator -- or Enterprise Disruption?

I've measured years in SharePoint releases the way accountants measure the books they close. Wasn't it great that we merged the Atlantic and the Pacific offices on 2007? Couldn't we just taste the pre-acquisition leap forward of 2010? Doesn't 2013 just strike the right note for...

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Guess What? The Key to SharePoint Success is STILL Metadata and Taxonomy

Arguably, metadata and taxonomy management is the single most important factor in a successful SharePoint implementation. Metadata is the glue that binds within SharePoint. It powers search. It enables social computing. It drives enterprise content management strategies. Not surprisingly,...

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How IA, metadata, and taxonomy add value to an EDRMS implementation

In a three-part blog series, we are looking a look at the value that records managers can bring to the implementation of EDRMS. In this second installment, we dive a little deeper into the benefits of applying information architecture (IA), metadata, and taxonomy to EDRMS. What determines the...

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How RIM can add value to an EDRMS implementation

In a three-part blog series, we will take a look at the value that records managers can bring to the implementation of EDRMS systems. When an organization implements an Electronic Document and Record Management System (EDRMS), responsibility for implementing the system typically rests with...

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Free Your Users From Knowledge Jail in 2014

What do New Years Resolutions have in common with the more open-ended promises in your 2014 ECM budget? For starters there's that sloppy cultural workplace setting filed under "Change Management." The subtext? Rebrand "the change" as "the way things should have been...

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Best ECM Practices: Form Over Function?

Form follows function. Except if you're talking about how most enterprises organize their knowledge assets. From an information management perspective, form is location, document format, default metadata, inherited properties. Function is engagement levels, people, expertise, and dynamics...

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See how we turn SharePoint into the company information hub @ European SharePoint Conference 4-7 Feb Copenhagen

We show how organizations completely automate the deployment of authored content to diverse platforms, technologies, applications and mobile devices in every required format, structure and language all optimized to ensure the most efficient end-user experience and the greatest organizational...

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Setting up in the cloud

With all the current hype about cloud deployments, it is sometimes difficult to understand what are the real-world implications of choosing such a technology to deploy enterprise services. What are the common pitfalls and what are the best practices that will help you successfully install a...

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