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SharePoint 2013 BYOD Best Practices

Introduction (BYOD | MDM) Remote workers and internal or onsite workers empowered with “ bring your own device ” (BYOD) policies can push the boundaries of IT and the typical IT-driven culture. A lot of IT organizations are playing catch-up around governance and their information...

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Apps are not yet ready for prime time

I don’t believe “the age of the mobile app” is here. People are not clamouring to replace enterprise systems with complex smart phone utilities. Not yet, anyway. I believe the “rich app” world will remain in place for quite some time. However, strategic use of the...

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Using Mobile to Incrementally Innovate

At the AIIM Executive Leadership Council (ELC) meeting in Fort Lauderdale, Florida this week, event facilitator and technology futurist Thornton May framed the discussion on securely mobilizing the enterprise by asking a broader question: "How do we create value with information?" ...

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Is All the Information About Having Too Much Information Just Too Much Information to Handle?

There's no question that the state of today's mobile content technology is nothing short of breathtaking. People can do pretty much everything they’d do from their desktops with their tablets or smartphones – scan, OCR, search, author, route, sign, you name it. But I can...

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Two AIIM Webinars and a Survey on Mobile Content Management

In a recent AIIM Webinar with Colman Murphy of Accellion on Mobile Content Management, we previewed AIIM’s upcoming Mobile Content Management global survey. You can download the Webinar here. We’re also doing a version of the Webinar for the UK and European community on September...

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Borderless ECM: Addressing the Fragmentation Problem (My AIIM Webinar)

Addressing the Fragmentation Problem Let’s call the challenge we’re discussing the Fragmentation Problem . It’s primarily the outcome of the explosion of “systems of engagement”. “Systems of engagement” (SOE) is a useful popular term to distinguish...

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The challenge of publishing content for offline and mobile use

Making large numbers of manuals or even an entire corporate library available for offline access on mobile devices is not as easy as it sounds. In an age where the number of PCs in the field is going down, the traditional browser feature for making content usable offline is becoming less useful....

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How to Integrate Your Systems of Engagement into Your Systems of Record

This post may help if you’re thinking about what kinds of ECM or Social Collaboration applications should be in your roadmap and how you should prioritize them. Integrating Your SOEs into Your Solid SORs Let’s start with a popular distinction, Systems of Record and Systems of...

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So Evidently this Mobility is a Thing these Days

So Evidently this Mobility is a Thing these Days I won’t belabor the obvious but just give an example. Today is Wednesday. Monday’s NYT had an piece on this issue and its security implications: Where Apps Meet Work, Secret Data Is at Risk. It quotes a 42-year-old executive Ms....

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This summer, go uber mobile

If the only thing that stops you from working form home on a gorgeous July day is the fact that you can’t get to information if you aren’t at an office- then you need a mobile content management intervention. I’m writing this while streaming a podcast to my iPhone, and writing...

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