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Tag: ECM 2.0

There Can Be Only One (Repository)?

For years I have believed in the Highlander principal (from the movie of the same name) for enterprise content management (ECM), There Can Be Only One.  I lived and breathed that mantra back at the millennial. The belief was that only one repository was what was needed for an ECM platform.  That was right then… Read More ›

Rebooting Enterprise Content Management

For the last year I’ve been a lurker in the ECM landscape.  Mainly I’ve not been sure what to say.  I’ve written a few post and responded to a few others.  But I haven’t felt ready to take a position.  Recently I’ve had a few gentle pushes that have me thinking it’s time to say… Read More ›

Do Content People Make Good E2.0 People?

I was asked a question over dinner the other day – “So how did you get into this social media and E2.0 stuff.”  First of all I was a little surprised I was asked the question at all. I am a content guy. I don’t remember exactly what I said in response. I just strung a few… Read More ›

The Future of Content Management

I have been on a self-imposed blogging black-out for a few weeks and in that time I have been reflecting on a question first posed by Julian Wraith several weeks ago.What is the future of content management?  Mr. Hart (aka Pie) wrote an insightfull commentary on the topic and describes a future of ubiquitous content management with… Read More ›

ECM 2.0 from EMC – I’ll wait for SP2

I was reading over the Open Text announcement of their Enterprise 2.0 strategy. I am reminded of the old line. “I’ve started working on my second million. The first didn’t turn out so well.” When exactly was 1.0 finished and just what is so different that it warrants incrementing the major version? The announcement highlights… Read More ›