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The Future of Capture --- Where your Content IS your Life

The future of information capture will go far beyond the traditional Enterprise Content Management (ECM) perspective of scanning paper and importing documents that were born digital . The future of Capture will span every data stream you touch and the every stream that touches you. ...

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Is Social Business creating Corporate Socialism?

This is not a political post! It's an analogy... so·cial·ism noun \ˈsō-shə-ˌli-zəm\ 1 : a system of society or group living in which there is no private property 2 : a stage of society in Marxist theory transitional between capitalism and communism...

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Will The Future Enterprise Computer Have No Hard Drive?

I was talking the other day about how, when given the choice, your users will likely save their content to their local hard drive or their shared drive instead of SharePoint without some form or user adoption plan (with messaging on importance of saving to SP) and/or training. It got me thinking...

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Are you thinking multi-dimensionally?

What does that mean, multi-dimensional thinking? It really depends on your perspective and role in an organization. When we talk about design and development organizations, multi-dimensional might mean creating 3D models using the newest 3D printers. (That’s right; you can now print 3...

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Capture: get over yourself

Document capture is not cool. It’s not modern, and frankly the amount of effort needed to be successful is just aggravating. But document capture is necessary and extremely valuable. The more we want technology, the more we need to bridge the gap between that cool new technology and...

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