Cloud/SaaS ECM Definitions

  • C

    content-based security (asset-based security)

    Content-based security, also known as asset-based security, is a gerneral term for security features that are embedded within enterprise content. Content-based security is a departure from traditional enterprise content management security measures that focus on restricting access to a static repository or network, or on securing specific devices or applications.

  • D

    digital asset management (DAM)

    Digital asset management (DAM) is a business process for organizing, storing and retrieving rich media and managing digital rights and permissions. Rich media assets include images, video, audio and other multimedia content.

  • digital user experience

    Digital user experience (UX) refers to the look, feel and interaction of a user with digital environments. It goes beyond traditional web pages to encompass new digital form factors, including physical environments.

  • H

    hybrid ECM (hybrid enterprise content management)

    Hybrid ECM (hybrid enterprise content management) is the practice of using cloud services to augment or supplement on-premises software that manages enterprise content.

  • M

    Microsoft Cloud Hybrid Search Service Application

    Microsoft Cloud Hybrid Search Service Application is a hybrid enterprise search capability that enables organizations to search both on-premises and cloud-based data repositories without generated siloed results.

  • Microsoft Flow

    Microsoft Flow is a cloud-based software tool that allows employees to create and automate workflows across multiple applications and services without the need for developer help.

  • Microsoft MyAnalytics

    Microsoft MyAnalytics, formerly Delve Analytics, is an application designed to help employees and their managers gain insight into how workers spend their time, with the goal of optimizing tasks and making them more efficient.

  • S

    semantic network (knowledge graph)

    A semantic network is a knowledge structure that illustrates how concepts are related to one another and how they interconnect.

  • SharePoint sprawl

    SharePoint sprawl occurs when end users create a new site to categorize content that could have been stored in an existing site, or categorize content poorly so it's difficult to find later on.

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