The last five months have been exciting. For years I’ve been waiting to see if Federated Content Services would make a comeback. Federated Content Services takes content from one content repository and makes it available along with content from another repository. Finally, it seems to be making its comeback and quickly. Both Gartner and Forrester... Continue Reading →
I’m Supposed to Stop Saying Enterprise Content Management?
A little hidden blog post on the Garnter website is stirring up conversations on the future of Enterprise Content Management (ECM). In it they said, “ECM is now dead (kaput, finite, an ex-market name), at least in how Gartner defines the market. It’s been replaced by the term Content Services, …” Let’s ignore the fact that... Continue Reading →
Lost Knowledge Found – Content Integration
Finding documents is one of the biggest challenges for most organizations. This is supposed to become easier after implementing an Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solution, but when an organization has multiple platforms it becomes exponentially harder. The documents are under control but they have different ways they’re organized, they have different keywords, and are locked... Continue Reading →
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