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Manual content management takes up too much time to be productive. As we said in our last post in this series, employees in traditional/paper-based offices spend six hours a week on average searching for paper documents and eight hours per week creating reports. With productivity at such a premium, this time investment is not sustainable.
Earlier this month, Microsoft presented its vision for “the Future of SharePoint,” officially launching the latest on-premise version, SharePoint 2016 and offering a glimpse into some exciting changes coming to Office 365 and eventually on-premise. Below, Gimmal CTO Brad Teed offers his perspectives on what this means for SharePoint ECM and how Gimmal’s products fit into and complement this roadmap.