Tag Archives: content services

Content Services Threaten to Repeat the Mistakes of Our ECM Past

Content Services Threaten to Repeat the Mistakes of Our ECM Past

Content services are slowly seeping into people's worldview of enterprise content management (ECM). They understand that using content services to build a strong user experience is a better investment than a fully-featured single user interface. Businesses are starting to use the content engine's API service calls to build their tools.

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Digital Transformation: The Good News and the Bad News

Digital Transformation: The Good News and the Bad News

The online world is filled with articles and posts about Digital Disruption (the symptom) and the prescribed cure, Digital Transformation (the magic elixir). The symptom:  In a new AIIM survey, 53 percent of organizations say they are concerned about a serious disruption of their business model in the next

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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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Despite Billions in Workplace Tech Spending, Employee Engagement Is Still a Problem

Despite Billions in Workplace Tech Spending, Employee Engagement Is Still a Problem

Gallup's State of the American Workplace  has become a bellwether on where organizations are with employee engagement. In 2012, the survey illustrated our collective failure to tap into the talents and dreams of our employees with statistics such as these.

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Enterprise Content Management at the Crossroads

Enterprise Content Management at the Crossroads

OpenText's acquisition of Documentum has opened up a broader discussion of where enterprise content management (ECM) is today and where it may be headed in the coming years. My last few posts have laid out my thoughts on what OpenText's acquisition means for organizations currently using Documentum.

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