Editor's Corner

  • Cloud storage isn't the final word in document management

    It's almost impossible to have a discussion about document management without mentioning the cloud and, by extension, file sharing. Is it time to take a step back and consider that maybe cloud storage isn't the final word on the future of the documentation industry?

Spotlight: Census Bureau issues RIF for new ECM project

The U.S. Census Bureau has decided its time to find a better content management system to get a handle on over 1.3 million HTML pages and some 120,000 PDF files.

Why companies lack faith in auto-classification

Some major ECM solutions today feature auto-classification tools to assist users in figuring out types of documents and where they belong in the overall taxonomy of a system. On the surface it seems like an ideal way to get records under control, yet it's frequently under-utilized or ignored altogether.

Poor records management bites PG&E in the gasline

Poor records management may lead San Bruno, CA city officials to demand that Pacific Gas and Electric Company's reduce pressure in its gas lines throughout the area until the company is able to prove their safety. The issue stems from a deadly explosion in 2010, which state investigators say was largely caused by sub-standard record keeping and maintenance issues.

ECM solutions vendor Reveille announces new pricing structure

ECM application management vendor Reveille announced a new subscription pricing structure that starts at $499 per month.

Over half of UK small businesses use WordPress

In a case of colossally bad timing, WordPress is finally getting some love from small business owners as a standalone content management system just as a series of security breaches and malware infections make the news.


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