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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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Planning a Documentum Exit Strategy

Planning a Documentum Exit Strategy

The dust hasn’t completely settled on the OpenText Documentum acquisition, but the initial shock has worn off.  Any of my clients currently on Documentum are now focusing on their go-forward strategy for the platform. For most of them, this means an exit strategy, because none of them view Documentum as a platform worth investing in

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How Does Your Kill Chain Maturity Measure Up?

How Does Your Kill Chain Maturity Measure Up?

In our work with Information Security (InfoSec) people at large, and with those in heavily regulated organizations, we typically find that they have the initial five steps in the kill chain under control.  These primarily involve “building the moat,” i.e.

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