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Looking to the Future of Information at InfoGovCon

Looking to the Future of Information at InfoGovCon

The 2018 Information Governance Conference (InfoGovCon) brought together some of the best minds across the information industry to collaborate on how to be better at what we do. I’ve been attending this conference since its inception and have come to have high expectations. This year did not disappoint.

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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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Our Disappearing Content: Why Digital Preservation Matters

Our Disappearing Content: Why Digital Preservation Matters

I recently returned from the 2018 AIIM Conference in San Antonio. While there, I visited the Alamo. An old Spanish mission constructed in the 1700s, the Alamo was the scene of several battles including a famous last stand that didn’t end well for the defenders.

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The Best Collaboration Tool for Your Organization? Trust

The Best Collaboration Tool for Your Organization? Trust

Everyone wants to know how to collaborate more effectively. Hardcore agile practitioners would argue for everyone to sit together in the same room. However, as you move away from the world of corporate programming, the chances of that being possible drops.

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