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Content Management

Buyers' Guide

Linking 40 different systems Posted March 29, 2011

Ektron and Brightcove partner Posted March 29, 2011

There's an old adage in IT that "nothing ever goes away." Retiring legacy systems is a painful, often expensive process. Every system has some useful information in it, but it's hard to distinguish jewels from junk. . . . Posted March 15, 2011

It would be fair to say that information growth within organizations has been—and will likely continue to be—nothing less than meteoric. Similar to this has been the adoption of SharePoint. With millions of end users leveraging SharePoint as a central access point for information. . . . Posted March 15, 2011

The growth of SharePoint within enterprises over the last few years has been remarkable. It is the fastest growing server in Microsoft history with more than a 100 million licenses sold, and thousands more being reportedly sold every week. And if the Association for Information and Image Management. . . . Posted March 15, 2011

SharePoint administrators in large enterprises face major challenges these days. For starters, employees are busier than ever. In some large enterprises, there are thousands of users with publishing rights. Many of these individuals have little time and even less interest in manually meta-tagging documents. . . . Posted March 15, 2011

Conventional wisdom says that collaboration and records management exist at polar opposites of the enterprise management spectrum. On the side of collaboration are systems such as Microsoft SharePoint, which allow enterprises to create and manage content in a freeform way. . . . Posted March 15, 2011

One of the most important aspects of SharePoint success (or really any website/portal) is to make sure people find what they need, when they need it. A beautiful looking sitewithout a properly configured search solution and intuitive navigation interface is the same as having a great looking car with no engine. . . . Posted March 15, 2011

Having overseen the implementation of SharePoint at hundreds of enterprises, both government and commercial, there is one question nearly every new customer planning an "Enterprise 2.0" (E2.0) implementation wants answered: "If I roll this out, how do I make sure people use it?" It's a perfectly reasonable question. . . . Posted March 15, 2011

Microsoft SharePoint Server is becoming the platform of choice for organizations to store and access content across the enterprise, to enable collaboration, to optimize business processes and to deliver line-of-business applications. The list of SharePoint capabilities and functionality is mind-boggling. . . . Posted March 15, 2011

It is no surprise that many enterprises and government agencies have adopted SharePoint as their principle information-sharing platform. By incorporating the knowledge captured in MS Office applications, enterprise applications, databases, the corporate website and email. . . . Posted March 15, 2011

In the interest of full disclosure, I need to tell you straight up that what I know about SharePoint could fall through a Cheerio without touching the sides. Luckily for all of us, I have a pretty good Rolodex. So I called up four of the best advisors a boy could have. . . . Posted March 15, 2011

Clearwell adds to platform Posted March 14, 2011

Acquia introduces Drupal Gardens 1.0 Posted March 14, 2011

Deal to accelerate mobile application strategy Posted March 09, 2011

Posted March 01, 2011

Rebrands Acquia Managed Cloud Posted February 28, 2011

Enhanced e-form and metadata functionality Posted February 28, 2011

Adobe delivers full suite Posted February 23, 2011

Adds expertise location module to Auminence Posted February 23, 2011

Enterprise Search Platform 6.5 Posted February 16, 2011

Releases Enterprise 3.4 Posted February 16, 2011

Comprehensive information management platform Posted February 16, 2011

Successful ECM projects target a specific business problem with a specific business goal. Unsuccessful projects typically start as an enterprise solution or "transformational" initiative. Fifty percent of these projects fail. . . . Posted February 15, 2011

The role of information in organizations is under constant change. What was simply a casually drafted email or document one day can become a critical corporate asset overnight simply through a change in business policy. . . . Posted February 15, 2011

Last year Microsoft released the latest version of SharePoint with much fanfare about the product's feature set and capabilities—including improvements in its core ECM functionality. . . . Posted February 15, 2011

Over the past decade, the amount of content enterprises produce has proliferated as we've evolved into an always-online world. No surprise: adoption of enterprise content management systems (ECMs) has seen similar growth. . . . Posted February 15, 2011

The more things change, the more they stay the same. Collaboration, social interactivity and productivity are key drivers in today's information landscape, and many businesses are struggling to stay ahead of the curve. . . . Posted February 15, 2011

Over the last 15 years or so, most companies have taken a very static, hierarchical and centralized approach to ECM. Knowledge managers and IT departments have led the way, deploying blue-chip ECM platforms. . . . Posted February 15, 2011

The discipline of enterprise content management (ECM) has undergone considerable changes since its inception. Arguably, we can trace ECM back to electronic document management (EDM) and imaging. The concept was to apply paper-based records. . . . Posted February 15, 2011

Many organizations worldwide have their C-level executives sitting at the boardroom, hemming and hawing over which strategies they must adopt in order to maintain a competitive advantage. . . . Posted February 15, 2011

It wasn't all that long ago that the primary driver for managing "business content" was document management; specifically converting paper-based content into electronic format to reduce physical storage costs. . . . Posted February 15, 2011

We've been talking forever about enterprise content management (ECM) as though it was some kind of object, a thing that you could acquire and install and then it would purr like a hemi. We talked about ECM as though it were a thing that came boxed and plastic-wrapped. . . . Posted February 15, 2011

Emphasizing mobile, cloud and social Posted February 09, 2011

Publishing system for print, Web and e-books Posted February 09, 2011

Semantic technology meets geospacial analysis Posted February 09, 2011

Announces Ringtail V. 8.0 Posted February 07, 2011

PDF-driven solutions for legal Posted February 07, 2011

Launches SDL Tridion 2011 Posted February 02, 2011

Posted February 01, 2011

Significant new version Posted January 31, 2011

OpenText, National Research Council partner Posted January 26, 2011