CNN is the latest in a cadre of media outlets looking at new ways to manage huge amounts of content for easier access and collaboration.
The Department of Labor is in the early planning stages of creating an agency-wide platform to consolidate many of its IT components, including tools that provide collaboration and digital asset management.
Forbes contributor Ben Kepes has an interesting viewpoint about the cloud storage space.
Research analyst Geoffrey Bock says HTML5 is changing the face of web content management.
The Office of Management and Budget has received a proposal for a new set of rules for Stage 3 of the Meaningful Use Electronic Health Records incentive program. If approved, the rules could relax the stringent nature of Stage 2 rules that currently make EHR adoption difficult for small healthcare organizations and medical practices.
Marketo and Oracle Eloqua customers got a leg up on automated translation capabilities with the newest release of translation and localization platform Cloudwords. The new version automatically converts email or website landing page content to a different language based on the viewer's geographic location.
The best information governance policies in the world mean nothing unless your company actively enforces them.
If Pinterest and Evernote had a lovechild, it would look a lot like the new boards feature Microsoft just rolled out for the Delve tool in Office 365. Its goal is to organize the content contained in Delve for easier collaboration and accessibility.
Web content management platform vendor Kentico Software has released a new version of its flagship product featuring enhanced collaboration and marketing tools. Kentico 8.2 also includes new e-commerce tools as well as platform and online marketing improvements to enhance the customer experience.
Journalist David Carr used his self-taught coding skills to create his own content management system. What happened when he tried to up his game?
Since more than half of adults own a smartphone and 95 percent of organizations either support or allow BYOD programs, mobile capture is becoming more than just a catchphrase. Once simply a tool for field workers to snap an image of a document on the fly, mobile capture is now a cog in the work processes of all kinds of industries and office environments.
Microsoft announced it is closing down it's SharePoint Online Public Website in January, to "focus on future investments and broaden partnerships with industry leaders." Existing Office 365 customers will have access to the feature for another two years but new customers will need to choose a third-party solution.
Depending on who you listen to, email is a pox on the entire records management ecosystem or simply an inevitable consequence of the modern workplace. From discovery to storage to info governance, email poses challenges to even the strongest records management policies--which is unfortunate since it's widespread use isn't likely to change anytime soon.
If you're hanging on to paper copies of documents once they've been digitized, you may not only be wasting space. You might also also be opening yourself up to discovery risks.
One of the hottest healthcare IT topics in 2014 was electronic health records (EHRs). Discussions included everything from who owns the data to how effective financial incentives are for motivating doctors to adopt EHRs. Unfortunately, one thing that kept also cropping up all year was how susceptible EHRs are to security breaches (hint: very). It looks like we should expect more of the same in 2015.
It's been an interesting year for content management.
Earlier this year, NASA successfully migrated 110 websites and applications to the cloud. Is that an indication that the rest of the government will eventually do the same?