Working with a broad range of industries throughout the years on their information governance and records management initiatives, one thing that constantly baffles the mind: Organizations still place the keystone responsibility to make their initiative successful in the hands of the user.
The future is coming fast, and a reactive approach will never be able to keep up. As we build our information governance plans, we should not only use the present as a benchmark, but also anticipate what our business will need from it in the future.
Enterprise content management is evolving along with the way people work. In a recent post on CMSWire, Gimmal Founder Mike Alsup outlined what Gimmal sees as the next step in the growth of the discipline and as it expands to cover the ever-growing volume of critical business information.
"Digital Workplace” is a hot buzzword right now, and leading analysts are working to define what the term means. Practitioners and real-world implementations, however, will ultimately define best practices, the success and limitations of digital workplaces that manage unstructured content, information, and data. With 80% or more of the average organization’s information managed as unstructured...