As I was preparing for this week's newsletter and column, I kept running across article after article with the same theme: deploying a new content or records management system can take an Ice Age. It doesn't matter how big a business you are or how deep your pockets are, when you make the decision to implement or upgrade your system, you'd best settle in for the long haul.
A British study of more than 140 senior management and staff in the public sector revealed that 83 percent say the biggest threat to data are employees themselves. If they're having half the issues the US public sector is then they're right to be concerned, but it does beg a question. Is it faulty employees or faulty processes?
Everyone has their own definition of information governance and their own take on what it means in the context of content management. Experts across the industry are trying to tease the issue apart because...
The move follows a contentious online conversation about the use of (or lack of) politically correct language during DrupalCon in Austin earlier this month.
If you're debating about upgrading your content management system, Nuxeo has an insight paper you may want to take a look at. It takes a look where ECM has been, where it's going, and how you can tag along for the ride.
It seems like there's a new question every week about the impact social media has on enterprise--questions that inevitably trickle down (or up?) to the government level. The governing body that oversees New South Wales' digital records has an interesting look at its evolving strategies to manage records retention and disposal requirements in social spaces.
According to a new survey sponsored by Swiss Post Solutions and the Association for Information and Management, 57 percent of banking and insurance industry IT pros say records and document management processes are in need of improvement. Forty-one percent want to pull the plug on paper all together. But...
As I take over the helm here at FierceContentManagement from my buddy Ron Miller, I find it somewhat serendipitous that one of the major business stories this week concerns two (and a half) things near and dear to my heart. Mobile devices and what content this way comes.
This is my final FierceContentManagement newsletter and I attempt to tie together almost six years at the helm.
HBO finally learned that there's money to made in selling their content.