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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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A Vision for the Future of Content Management: Chris McLaughlin of Nuxeo

A Vision for the Future of Content Management: Chris McLaughlin of Nuxeo

Content management is going through a significant change driven by factors like cloud computing, machine learning and the push towards content services. I've been speaking to leaders in the content management field to get their take on the transformation underway and hear where they think the industry will go next.

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The Digital Revolution and the Future of Work

The Digital Revolution and the Future of Work

Vice President Joe Biden wrote an article for the Boston Globe on Wednesday highlighting his statements at the World Economic Forum in Davos. He emphasized five guideposts for protecting the middle class during the digital revolution: 1. Education 2. Protecting worker’s rights 3. Modernizing Infrastructure 4.

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We’ve Seen the Face of the Modern Data Breach, And It’s Us

We've Seen the Face of the Modern Data Breach, And It's Us

Let’s start with a tired metaphor: "Storing crown jewels outside of castle walls."  So, if Information Security is like medieval Europe, then companies are the feudal lords who spend their money building really strong walls to keep enemies at bay.

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Want to Change Lives? Go Into Information Science

Want to Change Lives? Go Into Information Science

I’m going to start by making a bold claim to my peers — the millennials — in the workforce: If you want to change lives, don’t open a cupcake store or a cross-fit gym.  Go into information management. Let me explain why.

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