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8 Things Business Users Should Look For In A CMS

8 Things Business Users Should Look For In A CMS

Many are nor arguing that enterprise content management (ECM) is dead. Since Gartner research director Karen Hobert argued in a webinar that the next step in content management evolution after ECM is content services, there has been considerable speculation about the future of proprietary content management systems and what their

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The Cloud and Content Management: A Snapshot and a Look Ahead

The Cloud and Content Management: A Snapshot and a Look Ahead

Cloud adoption is on the rise. Forbes reports  a recent study by LogicMonitor found 83 percent of enterprise workloads will be in the cloud by 2020. Aside from data storage, the most common use of the cloud is for content management and collaboration tied to that content.

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7 Must Have CMS Features Organizations Need

7 Must Have CMS Features Organizations Need

In a recent exploration of the issues behind the fall off in content engagemen t on social media over the past three years, it also became clear that enterprises are struggling to manage increasingly large bodies of content.

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10 Factors to Consider When Choosing a Web CMS

10 Factors to Consider When Choosing a Web CMS

People often ask me what they should look for when choosing a CMS. Different systems fit different needs, so here are some important factors to consider when deciding if a solution meets your “must haves.” Narrow Down the Short List 1. Pick a Language With the rise of modern API-based

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5 Ways Marketers Can Improve Engagement in Social Media

5 Ways Marketers Can Improve Engagement in Social Media

It should be abundantly clear by now that unless they offer great content, organizations are not going to be able to engage with clients through social media. Recently, we saw that content engagement across social media had dropped by 50 percent in the past three years according to recent research from Buzzsuma. Julianne Coyne, SEO

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Microsoft Teams Gets Cortana Integration, IBM’s Plans to Revamp Notes, Domino, More News

Microsoft Teams Gets Cortana Integration, IBM's Plans to Revamp Notes, Domino, More News

Microsoft Teams marked its first anniversary this week and to celebrate, Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft added a number of new features, the most interesting being a Cortana integration and inline message translation. The update will also bring support for voice-interaction through Team-enabled devices like smartphones and conference devices.

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Why Content Engagement Through Social is Failing and What You Can Do About It

Why Content Engagement Through Social is Failing and What You Can Do About It

In his introduction to the 2018 Content Trends report from Buzzsumo, Mark Schaefer, a content-focused consultant and author of the "Content Code," points out that content overload is nothing new, but it is a problem that is getting worse by the year.

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6 Technologies Needed to Power the Modern Workplace

6 Technologies Needed to Power the Modern Workplace

App overload in the workplace is nothing new, it has been well documented.  Even as early as 2013, the Cornerstone State of Productivity research survey revealed that US employees at the time felt overloaded, whether by work (50 percent), information (34 percent) or technology (25 percent).

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Digital Workplace Newsbyte: Salesforce Gets Productive With Dropbox, Dennerline Leaves Alfresco

Digital Workplace Newsbyte: Salesforce Gets Productive With Dropbox, Dennerline Leaves Alfresco

Dropbox is back this week with yet another strong market play after announcing its IPO and a new partnership with Google. This time, it has announced a deeper integration with San Francisco-based Salesforce that will, for all intents and purposes, create a new DAM (Digital Asset Management) for both vendors.

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