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Content Management

Northern Light's MI Analyst Posted May 07, 2007

XyEnterprise and Idiom partner Posted May 02, 2007

Inxight Federal Systems and Siderean team Posted May 02, 2007

Advances search, text analytics capabilities Posted May 02, 2007

MindTouch introduces Nexus Posted April 25, 2007

Connecting people with processes Posted April 23, 2007

Open Text takes the lead Posted April 23, 2007

NewsGator offers plug-ins for Lotus Posted April 16, 2007

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ClearStory offers OEM solution Posted April 11, 2007

ReadSoft and Delta Consulting partner Posted April 11, 2007

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BEA unveils Web 2.0 offerings Posted April 09, 2007

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From Promise to Practice Posted April 01, 2007

Smoothing the Abstraction How a Component Approach Simplifies Publishing... and Makes it Cheaper, Too! Posted April 01, 2007

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ECM is a term with vague credibility problems. It has been called a process. It has been described as a transformation of less sexy markets. Yet ECM has status as an industry buzzword. And it can help explain vendor consolidation. Posted March 28, 2007

Organizational Enablement Traditionally, Web content management has supported the creation, management and delivery of content to be published on a website. But, with the sheer number of sites, subsites and stakeholders in many organizations, the concept of Web content management has evolved and taken on new meaning to include certain aspects of site management. Posted March 28, 2007

The quality of your technical publications directly influences the success of your products. Ninety-percent of published information is stale; customers are overloaded with information, but usually cannot find what they need... Posted March 28, 2007

Many organizations would rather avoid the trouble of implementing a records management system. Some have turned to manage-in-place technologies, which promise to perform records management tasks with automated tools. Don’t let the hype fool you; Posted March 28, 2007

Enterprise content management (ECM) traditionally is defined as managing unstructured information, such as Microsoft Word documents, scanned images, records and emails, in a central repository where it can be classified.. Posted March 28, 2007

As companies scale and grow through mergers, acquisitions and reorganization, businesses are left with a dizzying array of data sources, such as databases, repositories and file servers. One such data source, enterprise content management. Posted March 28, 2007

Ortho Rehab Company's Insurance System Runs Smoothly AthletiCo’s billing department, which was manually working with deposits and paper and using an inefficient document-retrieval system, needed some serious therapy. The company, a well-known Chicago-area provider of outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation services, was using a manually intensive series of procedures... Posted March 28, 2007

Documents—whether paper or digital—constitute the fastest growing component of most organizations’ information assets. US businesses create more new electronic content each year than all the materials currently contained in the Library of Congress. Posted March 28, 2007

Driving Growth with Solutions-Driven ECM An old saying goes, "if all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail." Of course, there's a big difference between hammers and enterprise software—but in reality, any tool can inspire similarly flawed thinking. Posted March 28, 2007

How Do You Find Something Whose Location is Fundamentally Unpredictable? Oil might sound expensive today, but in the mid-1800s, it cost around $2 a gallon, equivalent to about $200 in today's money. But that was a different type of oil: whale oil, hundreds of gallons of which are stored in the head and blubber of the whale. Posted March 28, 2007

Lots of people have written about the inevitable assimilation of “technology” into “application.” The best example (thanks, Paul S.) is in the 1993 Don Norman book “The Things That Make Us Smart.” In it he talks about how, in the 1920s, you could order from the Sears-Roebuck catalog an electric motor. Then you could buy various attachments... Posted March 28, 2007

BI built on search Posted March 28, 2007

Open Text announces enhancements Posted March 28, 2007

Collective Intellect targets financial services Posted March 21, 2007

Support for Java-enabled devices Posted March 21, 2007

Built-in taxonomy, geo-mapping and wiki authoring Posted March 21, 2007

Strengthens insurance position Posted March 14, 2007

Embed into DM, CM systems Posted March 14, 2007

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Interwoven announces new solutions Posted March 05, 2007

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