Enterprise Content Management Definitions

  • S

    SharePoint administrator

    A SharePoint administrator manages an organization's installation of the Microsoft SharePoint collaboration and content management platform.

  • SharePoint farm

    A SharePoint farm is a collection of one or more SharePoint servers or SQL servers that work in concert to provide a set of basic SharePoint services that support a single site.

  • 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.

  • Slack software

    Slack software is a cloud-based collaboration software suite. Originally founded in 2009 as a chat tool for a now-defunct gaming technology, Slack has gained currency among enterprises and is broadening into a collaboration platform with capabilities beyond just messaging.

  • snackable content

    Snackable content is Web content that is designed to be easy for readers to consume and to share.

  • social business (social enterprise)

    Social business is an umbrella term used to describe an organization that includes social media as part of its business plan.

  • social media dashboard

    A social media dashboard is a social media management tool that individuals or companies can use to coordinate a social media presence across multiple channels or accounts, through a single interface.

  • social media metrics

    Social media metrics refer to the measurements that companies use to gauge the impact of their efforts on social media platforms, and the impact of social media activity on a company’s revenue.

  • social media ROI

    Social media ROI refers to the return on investment a company can expect to make from its investment in social media technologies.

  • T

    take-down request

    A take-down request, also called a notice and take down request, is a procedure for asking an Internet Service Provider (ISP) or search engine to remove or disable access to illegal, irrelevant or outdated information.

  • taxonomy

    Taxonomy is the science of classification according to a predetermined system, with the resulting catalog being used to provide a conceptual framework for discussion or analysis.

  • technology-assisted review (TAR)

    Technology-assisted review (TAR) uses software to search and sort through documents that are relevant for the purposes of e-discovery.

  • V

    vanity URL (vanity uniform resource locator)

    A vanity uniform resource locator is a truncated URL that extends an organization's brand.

  • W

    web content management system (WCMS)

    A web content management system (WCMS) is a set of tools that can be used by nontechnical users to organize and manage digital information on websites.

  • web development framework (WDF)

    A web development framework is a set of resources and tools for software developers to build and manage web applications, web services and websites.

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