We had an internal discussion on this topic today and I thought I would throw my response to the question out here for your consideration. So here is the question. When designing Documentum at the enterprise level - just how many repositories do you really need? There is no single answer to this question... Continue Reading →
BMOC Thought of The Day (2Long4Twitter)
Every press release and product website claims their company is "A leading provider of ... " yada yada yada. They can't ALL be the leading provider. Just once I'd like to see some honesty. Something like: "We are a fly-by-night also-ran praying for someone to buy us out before payroll comes due" Or maybe a marketing a... Continue Reading →
Are the unions the real winners in the IBM Overtime suit?
When all is said and done, I wonder if organized labor could be the ultimate beneficiary of IBM's recent decision to settle the overtime lawsuit. In the settlement, 8 thousand workers were reclassified as non-exempt and made eligible for overtime but were immediately given a 15% pay cut so that expenses wouldn't change. This certainly... Continue Reading →
SaaS Content Management – Don’t Forget the Prenup!
In a post from October Alan Pelz-Sharp lamented over the ECM SaaS Dilemma. While his points on technical integration issues are well founded - there is a dimension of the issue that API's and architecture don't directly address. In ages past I was responsible for evaluating content management solutions for a Fortune 50. In the... Continue Reading →
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