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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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Why Your Best Information Governance Metric is Value

Why Your Best Information Governance Metric is Value

Knowledge workers in your organization don’t want to do records management and information governance. For the most part, they just want to do their jobs without daily impediments. That's why information governance professionals must start small and demonstrate the value of their governance programs for end users.

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Governance Propels the Digital Workplace Forward

Governance Propels the Digital Workplace Forward

Martyn Perks recently wrote about how governance gets in the way of the digital workplace. He makes a good argument for changing the default environment, but his solution is an overcorrection. It's the equivalent of burning down the forest because a few trees fell across the road.

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You Can’t Talk Future of ECM Without Cloud Content Services

You Can't Talk Future of ECM Without Cloud Content Services

Joe Shepley recently published an article about the types of enterprise content management solutions we can expect to see in the future.  The article brings up many great points, but it left out a key driver for the future ecosystem: Cloud-based content services. No, this isn't an ode to Gartner.

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Web Content Management Comes of Age

Web Content Management Comes of Age

This year marks the 21st birthday of Web Content Management (WCM). In the US, 21 represents the legal drinking age.  Personally, I cannot believe WCM is old enough to be granted that privilege, but every adult who witnesses a birth has the same feeling about every coming-of-age.

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