Today, AIIM hosted a tweet chat, tag #ECMJam, to discuss Content Management...We essentially said that collaboration isn’t new and that Content Management’s fit is the same as in the past
We’ve all heard that content is exploding...How can we apply records management principles to these types of content?
Specifically, bad habits when it comes to managing information, content, documents, knowledge, data -- pick your favorite word that describes what we do in this industry
In order to get content across a firewall to a social network someone needs to post it...Do you even delete the content when the retention policy says to according to internal policy and regulation?
Social content refers to all the posts, blogs, discussions, etc., that are contributed by a firm’s licensed representatives
Records management issues around the content created in social applications are getting a lot of attention these days. My previous post dealt with the retention of social content – content that, as I noted before, eventually becomes part of an organization’s electronically stored information (ESI). This time around, we take a look at three different approaches to the e-discovery of social content
Because the vast majority of email communications center around content
Enterprise Content Management (ECM) as a category has been so much about the organization of content across the many data silos, but ECM has become yet another data silo, as identified by AIIM CEO John Mancini in his most recent CMSWire article Digital Chatter, Information Overload, and How to Get it Under Control
Our content strategy isn't as complicated at the moment but we still have issues with authorship
New forms of micro or componentized content are being used inside enterprise
Clearly there is a secondary role relating to monitoring the community for inappropriate content, but it is important that this is not perceived by the individual – or the broader community – to be their main function. Given their responsibility for driving the community, the facilitator or community manager has two priority areas – people and content