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Michael Elkins ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) is an independent consultant with over 17 years of experience helping global clients with the design and deployment of enterprise wide content management systems. His clients benefit from his ECM experience including strategic guidance, information architecture and ECM/data governance programs. His company, Kestral Group LLC, is based in Denver, Colorado. With any ECM deployment, it is important to have a solid implementation plan to be successful. When combining multiple content solutions, it is critical.
This is a post really looking at our own workFile ECM platform and comparing it with Microsofts SharePoint. Microsoft have been getting into the ECM marketplace for some time now, and with SharePoint 2007, many potential customers of ours (workFile ECM) have asked why should they purchase an ECM platform when they have access to SharePoint for next to nothing purchase price (though many do then look at their licensing terms). Well here are 10 key fundamentals that separate workFile as a true ECM platform compared to SharePoint. Persistent objects – This is something all ECM platforms have, it is simply a unique pointer to an object within the repository that is there forever, it doesn’t and cannot change.
AIIM's research and publications provide neutral and unbiased market research reflecting the wisdom of our 100,000 community of information professionals, helping you match and measure your ROI and implementation issues. New AIIM Survey asks, what's the plan for your ECM system(s) - consolidate, integrate, mobilize, socialize, cloud...? Take our survey on Enterprise Content Management and tell us what functions your ECM/DM/SharePoint system fulfill? We want to know what industry-specific needs you have and what your strategy is for consolidating content access is? How important are remote and mobile access and are you considering cloud or hybrid ECM? At the end of the survey, you can opt into a prize drawing to win a 32Gb iPad-Retina or a Microsoft Surface worth $500.
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LAS VEGAS - 27 Oct 2008: IBM today announced new Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions that are designed to help organizations achieve greater business agility and workplace effectiveness. Recognizing the need for more nimble, adaptable technology, IBM’s agile ECM portfolio provides improved flexibility to help business users respond faster to changing business requirements. The new solutions will allow customers to optimize content-based operational and compliance processes. Unifying content, process and compliance capabilities in a new composite application framework, IBM’s agile ECM enables clients to quickly solve increasingly complex business problems. Using a flexible, services-oriented environment, clients can now deploy solution applications within days instead of months.
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In this podcast VP and service director Chris Howard interviews, VP and service director Craig Roth, and VP and service director Gerry Gebel about using SharePoint to solve strategic goals of your IT organization. Roth talks about using SharePoint as an enterprise problem solver from the prospective of collaboration and what are SharePoint's real capabilities out of the box versus what you can do with a third party add-on or individual building. Gebel covers the limitations an organization can encounter with identity and access management systems and how can SharePoint fit into your enterprise identity management plan. Download Hitting the SharePoint Wall <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Comprehensive Strategy Will Help Organizations Accelerate Social Computing, Embrace Web 2.0, Advance Collaboration and Ensure Compliance; Company Announces New Solutions As Part of Broader 2.0 Strategy - 2008-03-03 - AIIM Conf. & Expo 2008, Boston; CeBIT 2008, Hannover - Open Text™ Corporation (NASDAQ: OTEX, TSX: OTC), a global leader in enterprise content management (ECM), today unveiled its Enterprise 2.0 strategy designed to help customers transform their organizations with powerful social computing tools. Open Text is taking its collaboration and Web solutions offerings to a new level, providing 2.0 capabilities -- wikis, forums, blogs, tagging, moderation, communities and real-time collaboration -- that are persuasive, productive and integrated into business processes, while still respecting compliance initiatives. Web 2.0 technologies have redefined the Web as a platform to harness collective intelligence.