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Office 365 Is Primed to Pick Up the ECM Pieces

Office 365 Is Primed to Pick Up the ECM Pieces

How long have we had "real enterprise content management" (ECM)? Let’s be generous: even though electronic document management started in the mid-1980s, for argument’s sake, let's say 2000 (around the time that FileNet and Documentum rose to prominence). That’s 18 years.

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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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5 Things To Consider Before Abandoning Your Current WCM System

5 Things To Consider Before Abandoning Your Current WCM System

Selecting the right web content management system (WCM) can be an overwhelming process. Look no further than Scott Brinker’s Marketing Technology Landscape which illustrates just how many content management systems and web experience management platforms are on the market. However, there’s good news.

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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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Content Services Might Just Solve Our Old Content Management Woes

Content Services Might Just Solve Our Old Content Management Woes

I recently dove into building a content services platform. The project is refreshing because it allows me to combine a number of recent technical advancements into a single effort.  The content services approach to solving the enterprise content management (ECM) challenge holds promise.

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