Life science organizations are getting extra love from ECM vendors this month as they rush to help researchers with collaboration and compliance needs.
A new report from global research firm TechNavio asserts that although on-premise enterprise content management systems currently hold a 90.73 percent share of the global ECM market, that number will fall as SaaS-based systems continue to gain traction. The study shows SaaS-based systems can expect to see a 31.11 percent compound annual growth rate by 2018. But how likely are those numbers to come to fruition?
You already know that a single customer experience can make or break a sale and several studies show that few things irritate online customers more than web content that's irrelevant to their interests. How can your CMS help keep customers happy?
SAP recently announced that SAP Archiving by OpenText now runs on the SAP Hana platform and includes support for HANA Enterprise Cloud service deployments. The move expands the integrated offerings originally launched for SAP Business Suite in May of last year.
No matter how much companies rely on digital technology, paperwork is still a fact of life. Everything from human resources to accounting, OSHA and HIPPA requirements, or Sarbanes-Oxley compliance; they all generate paper trails.
A scant three years ago, the U.S. Treasury Department wanted nothing to do with implementing and deploying an enterprise content management system. Now the government office has decided ECMs are the bee's knees and is ready to commit fully to sharing services with other agencies.
ECM vendor OpenText has announced a new Discovery suite with a focus on 'Big Content' and information governance.
This is my final FierceContentManagement newsletter and I attempt to tie together almost six years at the helm.
Microsoft replaced a buggy version of SharePoint 2013 SP1 with a new one that admins hope is, well, less buggy.
Shufflrr introduced a new cloud service this week that provides a place to manage PowerPoint presentations and reuse slides from existing presentations to build an entirely new one.