I believe there is validity to Geoffrey Moore’s notion that content management is moving away from “systems of record” and toward “systems of engagement
Today we share such inanities with our friends, family and colleagues through our own Systems of Engagement
Integrating Your SOEs into Your Solid SORs Let’s start with a popular distinction, Systems of Record and Systems of Engagement
In today’s discussion on the future of the ECM industry, terms like ‘Systems of Records’ versa ‘Systems of Engagement’ are often discussed
AIIM's president shares his thoughts on the ever-evolving content industry and why paper-based policies are holding you back. Info360 Keynote by AIIM President John Mancini View more presentations from John Mancini #systemsofrecord ...
How do we do information governance on our dynamic, sometimes chaotic “systems of engagement”?
John Mancini is the CEO of AIIM
For further evidence of the things going on in the cloud, check out the Zach Nelson of Netsuite's keynote address at their user conference
I’m enjoying a closer look at the history of algorithms development in electronic records management systems...Some of the excerpts herald today’s lessons learned from ERMS implementations
It’s primarily the outcome of the explosion of “systems of engagement”. “Systems of engagement” (SOE) is a useful popular term to distinguish the collaborative and social technologies from the older “Systems of record” (SOR) that most of us in ECM are familiar with
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However, as Billy correctly states, “Managing content is not the goal of most businesses...No sane person can argue the value and validity of the cloud. Except me