Alfresco Tuesday announced concurrent updates to Alfresco One and Alfresco Activi that integrate ECM and BPM, effectively firing a shot across the bow at competitors still struggling with how to bring the two technologies together for customers.
ECM vendor Laserfiche is moving beyond the goal of helping customers create a paperless workplace. Company CEO Chris Wacker told attendees at its annual Laserfiche EMPOWER conference that it's interested in "redesigning the workplace itself."
The Food and Drug Administration said that out of the 66 largest chain restaurants in the U.S., only five have met compliance requirements so far and product information management vendor EnterWorks suggested it's because franchises just can't access the information in their fragmented content management systems.
In keeping with his six-year tradition, Dries Buytaert, co-founder and CTO of Acquia, penned a year-end retrospective that took a look back at what Acquia accomplished in 2015 and where the company is headed in the new year.
Microsoft's alignment with TechnologyOne represents the first Microsoft Graph integration with an ECM. It hooks into Outlook to allow workers to automatically categorize and save emails directly into the TechnologyOne environment in a single click.
The American Society for Clinical Pathology, the go to membership organization for laboratory and clinical professionals across the U.S., aims to digitize the process by creating an online slide library for its 100,000 members. The goal is to develop a central repository for easier collaboration, data collection and analysis.
Rohit Ghai, president of the Enterprise Content Division at EMC, said if enterprise content management systems want to stay relevant in the changing marketplace, it's time to shake things up.
A new survey from W3Techs showed WordPress dominating the content management space accounts with 58.7 percent of market share. Joomla and Drupal come in a distant second and third with 6.6 and 5...
The idea that Enterprise Content Management is on life support has been around a while. Critics of ECM solutions say they are little more than expensive content silos, that traditional use cases are outdated, or big data will drive its disruption. Not so fast, says OpenText exec Stephen Ludlow. ECM is "not doomed to fail."
Organizations employ a wide variety of systems and methods to capture and organize content, sync data, and manage the ever-growing information deluge facing today's businesses. They're all competing for top spot as the most valuable system but in the end there can only be one. Will it be ECM?