Tag Archive | "ECM"

Ignoring the World?

December 2, 2010 No comments yet

Recently, Robin Bew, Chief Economist in the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), the research division of The Economist magazine, posted the results of an EIU survey of large businesses. With such a complex system as the world economy, I always have my doubts as to how useful research like this is, but an interesting statistic called […]

eDiscovery Lessons Learned from the BP Crisis

November 19, 2010 No comments yet

Editor’s Note: This post is a featured guest post by one of our IAI University Partners, Barry Murphy from the eDiscoveryJournal. There is a great article from Christy Burke of Burke & Company about the eDiscovery disaster that could arise from the BP oil spill. Christy’s article is detailed and comprehensive – a must-read for anyone wondering about […]

What is Information Governance?

September 2, 2010 5 comments

Editor’s Note: This post is a featured guest post by one of our IAI University Partners, Barry Murphy from the eDiscoveryJournal. There’s a new category called “information governance” (Editor note: which may variously be called “content governance” or “enterprise content governance“) springing up in the marketplace. With terms like information management, records management, and enterprise […]

IAM Alert: Adobe to Acquire Day Software for $240 Million USD

August 2, 2010 No comments yet

Information Architected Market Alert (IAM Alert): On July 28th, 2010, Adobe announced it’s intention to acquire Switzerland-based Day Software for approximately $240 Million USD. (see press release from Adobe) The Past, Present and Future of Adobe With the acquisition of Day Software (highly scalable, standards and open source-oriented [not as deployment/sales model, but as underpinnings]), […]

Flipping Over Content Delivery

July 29, 2010 2 comments

Readers of my work know that one of my more favorite aspects of ECM is content delivery. Along with mobility, the ability to re-purpose modular “chunks” of content in a variety of formats and contexts significantly enhances the value derived from ECM, increases the effectiveness of communication and quite frankly is just plain fun. I […]

Is There Garbage Floating in Your Ocean of Knowledge? Reader Beware

July 12, 2010 17 comments

It has been weeks since I blogged, or even Tweeted on a regular basis. Where have I been?  Dan and I are on the road, consulting on a very complex, grand and most interesting ECM project.  A Fortune 100 company that remains successful and growing in spite of the economy, has managed to achieve such […]

E2.0 With FAME Will Come Obscurity

June 22, 2010 2 comments

Last week the Enterprise 2.0 Conference was held right here in my hometown, Boston MA.  As usual, the E2.0 community was abuzz with Twitter (#e2conf).  But, now, with the show a happy memory, many of us attendees reflect more deeply than 140 characters allows, in our blog posts.  The blogosphere is ripe with conference coverage. […]

2.0 is a Balancing Act, “Oh Really”

May 27, 2010 1 comment

It’s likely you have been following the pressure Facebook has been getting concerning its privacy policies.  The pressure seems to be working, as Facebook recently announced it will change its approach to privacy and make it easier for users to protect their personal data. This has been an on going battle.  I first commented on […]

Building an ECM Strategy Webinar Follow-up

April 27, 2010 5 comments

Two  weeks ago I spoke on a webinar hosted by SpringCM.  My presentation focused on how to take a structured and methodical approach to defining and executing an ECM strategy. You can download the slides I used slides below, and/or if you prefer listen to the recorded webinar here. ECM Strategy Development View more presentations […]

Why the iPad Matters – Its the Beginning of the End

April 6, 2010 6 comments

Even if you are not a techie or ECMer,  it would have been hard to miss all the marketing and press that has surrounded the iPad lately.  Numerous articles have weighed in on whether or not Apple will be a success both long and short term, what this means to Amazon, etc. Relevant? yes. Interesting? […]

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