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?
The newest AIIM survey on the state of the enterprise content management industry takes a deep dive into how companies can make purchase and use decisions at a time when the entire ECM landscape is changing.
Alfresco this week announced an update to its Activiti 1.2 business process management tool that blends enterprise content management with BPM, all in a single location. The company also rolled out two new modules for Alfresco One aimed at improving analytics and media management tasks.
There's a lot of great advice all over the Internet on how to use enterprise content management systems.
ECM vendor Hyland announced the release of OnBase 15 that includes more than 2,000 enhancements and new functionality for digitizing work processes. The new release also features a new clinical content framework to help healthcare providers manage medical images and clinical files.
ECM vendor Systemware released Cloud Content 6.0 this week. It includes tools and functionality designed to make life easier for IT professionals as well as content administrators.
One of the most common buzzwords in enterprise content management is "collaboration." Work processes don't happen in a vacuum so its hard to imagine a CMS that doesn't facilitate collaboration between users. However, maybe we've taken the notion of collaboration a little too far and it's time to step back a bit.
Hayley Nelson, director of product management at Wired, has a small request from Santa. She'd like someone to invent a new type of CMS that helps publishers easily manage both print and online content. Oh, and it needs to have a great digital asset management system, too.
After several days of commotion surrounding the activities of web content management software company Ektron, the dust has settled-- sort of. Here's what we know officially. Ektron secured a second round of funding with private equity firm Accel-KKR. Everything else is speculation as to what it all means and what the future holds for Ektron and its employees.
If you plan to languish around during ECM deployment instead of paying attention to what's going on around you, expect to find yourself looking at the undercarriage of a very big bus.