Save, Sync, Share or Serve – Which Do You Really Need March 15, 2012Posted by Lee Dallas in Content Management.
Tags: box.net, cloud, Cloud Computing, Content Management, Content management system, Dropbox, EMC Atmos, Wordpress
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The number of content management offerings in the cloud continues to expand and even for a “seasoned” ECM professional the ambiguous marketing and feature overlap can be confusing. I have been experimenting lately with several of them and have come to realize that while all of these applications at the most abstract level do exactly the same thing, make your content accessible from somewhere other than the device in front of you, they are not created equal,for the same people, or most importantly the same problem. (more…)
Woodland Creatures and The Cloud April 1, 2011Posted by Lee Dallas in Content Management.
I had a dream. And in this dream I was wandering through the forest of enterprise software. I come upon the information super highway cutting through the thick underbrush of marketing and thorny requirements. The lanes are littered with the bodies of vendors that didn’t make it across when change came barreling down on them. (more…)
Tags: cloud, ECM, EMC, SharePoint
This is the third and final post in the Problem With “E” in ECM Series. In the first I outlined why “E” representing enterprise has lost its meaning and usefulness when discussing content management in all its flavors. In the second installment I discussed how SharePoint has captured the ECM market as we knew it. In the last I will call out the acronym that I believe will be the true successor to ECM in the content management lexicon.
Will Iron Mountain be the First Content Cloud? February 22, 2010Posted by Marko Sillanpää in cloud, Content Management, ECM, Records Management, SaaS.
Tags: cloud, content cloud, content managment, ECM, eDiscovery, Iron Mountain, Mimosa, Records Management, SaaS
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Mimosa Systems acquisition by Iron Mountain was an interesting surprise. Interesting in that it brings the oldest records management company into the forefront of the latest in eDiscovery. Iron Mountain was started in 1950 when an abandoned iron mine in Kentucky was used to store bank records and is now located in over 39 countries. Mimosa Systems was started in 2005 focusing on eDiscovery. But what does this acquisition mean?
2010 Content Management Assumptions from Marko Sillanpaa December 17, 2009Posted by Marko Sillanpää in Collaboration, Content Management, Documentum, IBM, Oracle, SharePoint, Technology.
Tags: CCA, ceva, cloud, Documentum, ECM, filenet, mac, Open Text, SharePoint
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As the year comes to an end it’s time to look at the future. While many are looking to major predictions for next year, I thought I’d focus on the most obvious ones. These are the top five ECM assumptions that loom ahead in are day-to-day work lives 2010