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Where Document Management Systems Fit into The Digital Workplace

Where Document Management Systems Fit into The Digital Workplace

Despite ongoing debate about what technology should and shouldn’t be in a digital workplace, the "old" traditional workplace technologies are still creating problems. In one of its research reports at the end of last year the Association for Image and Information Professionals (AIIM) pointed out that enterprises are still struggling

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Gartner’s Digital Meeting Room Leaders, Box Unifies Content Access, More News

Gartner's Digital Meeting Room Leaders, Box Unifies Content Access, More News

Digital meeting room solutions are where work gets done in the digital workplace and Cisco, Zoom, Microsoft and LogMeIn are all providing the top rooms for enterprises, according to Gartner’s recent Magic Quadrant For Meeting Rooms  (paywall).

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6 Problems ECM Can Still Solve in the Enterprise

6 Problems ECM Can Still Solve in the Enterprise

The current discussion around enterprise content management (ECM) is still focused on the so-called "death of ECM" and the rise of content services. The discussion, which was encapsulated in the Gartner blog post  published at the beginning of 2017, focused on the emergence of content services and the gradual decline

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What Enterprise Content Management Needs To Bring to the Workplace

What Enterprise Content Management Needs To Bring to the Workplace

The enterprise content management-is-dead mantra just keeps coming back. Its been around for a long time but took a new lease of life in 2017 with Gartner’s decision to change the way it segments the ECM industry. In a blog post at the beginning of 2017, Michael Woodbridge announced that

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Change the Way You Look at Content Management: Muhi S. Majzoub of OpenText

Change the Way You Look at Content Management: Muhi S. Majzoub of OpenText

When Gartner declared enterprise content management dead in January 2017, some saw it as a publicity stunt, others saw it as a natural progression. Whatever your opinion, it marked a turning point for those in the content management industry.

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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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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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