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.
Dropbox needs to decide if it's a busines tool or a consumer one because it's going to be tough to do both, simply because the business folks will have a hard time taking it seriously.
As Dropbox and Box continue their battle, Microsoft could play a growing role, and we could see some interesting action in this space in the coming months.
At AIIM 2014, I found that records managers were still slow to change.
If at all possible, try to keep your content up because when you take it down, visitors see a whole lot of nothing.
When you combine a big content store with data visualization techniques, something wonderful happens.