Tag: content services
Right-Size Your Enterprise Content Management Pilots
Content system procurement processes have improved, but one area remains weak: pilots. Learn how to define a pilot that delivers real answers.
Can Citizen Developers Fix Information Management?
Information management is in a bad state. Can low-code/no-code development fix the problem?
Why You Must Keep an Eye on Your Content Services
When your content services are used in an unexpected way, don't ignore it. Assess why and fix the problem.
Gartner Sees Market Slowdown, Cisco, Lumen Release Cloud UC Manager & More News
Gartner lists its top content service providers, SAP and Qualtrics partner for better UC and Microsoft buys Clear for automating SAP, Oracle connections.
The Elements of Content Management Systems That Enable Remote Work
While most enterprises have an enterprise content management system in place, not all are built for remote workers. Here's what they need.
The 5 Most Important Things We’ve Learned About Enterprise Content Management
In the decades since ECM first emerged, we've learned a lot about “how” to make ECM work. Here are five of the biggest lessons.
Content Services Come in 3 Flavors
When looking at content in an enterprise, there are three basic types of content: collaborative, archival and transactional.
New Information Management Architecture Brings Flexibility and Confusion
The future of information management architecture is where the backend repository is separate from the user interface.
Microsoft 365 Unrolls Lists, Telegram Takes a Bite Out of Apple in EU, More News
In this week’s digital workplace round up, Microsoft releases its Lists information tracking app while Telegram files an antitrust suit against Apple.