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Earlier this week, we hosted an ASUG webcast with the help of Ian Story from Microsoft and Srikant Padma from CHS Inc.
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.
Gimmal Founder Mike Alsup has written a piece on CMSWire.com examining the state of the analyst report and how it relates to the ecosystems these reports cover.
SharePoint is not an IT resource, it is a business resource. Despite that, many organizations see the technical requirements of deployment and relegate full-time management and information governance within their SharePoint environment entirely to IT.
Over the past two weeks, we have examined the path to implementation required for a strong SAP enterprise content management (ECM) strategy. In particular, we have traced the path to implementation for two different types of platform: a traditional ECM system and a strategy built on Office 365.
If there is one thing to take away from the last year, it is that information should not be taken for granted. Not only can a data breach cause huge issues, but it can actually be used to generate revenue.
According to a 2016 AIIM report, only 6% of businesses report a successful SharePoint deployment. Content management and collaboration are critical to a business's ability to operate efficiently, so why then is success so elusive?
Last week, we discussed the importance of enterprise content management (ECM) for unstructured SAP data, and compared how the project startup and procurement stages of such a project tend to play out between traditional and Microsoft-based systems.
Starting an information governance program within your organization can be an intimidating project. The first thing to consider is that IG should encompass the entire enterprise to be effective. Let's highlight a few areas to get you off on the right foot.
CMSWire published a piece by Gimmal Founder Mike Alsup today, in which he charts his vision for the future of enterprise content management (ECM). He writes: