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The flow of data traveling into the enterprise today is largely unstructured, leaving companies with a vast amount of information to manage, archive and access. Data analytics promise to improve employee productivity, aid e-discovery efforts and enable companies to make better decisions. The hardest part of the process, however, is finding the right technology to do so.
This three-part guide introduces readers to the new technologies changing the face of enterprise content management. In our first story, industry observer Reda Chouffani dives into the deep end with a look at content analytics. A combination of business intelligence and business analytics practices, content analytics helps to derive real value from discussion boards, project sites, document libraries, page-visit trends and other digital content. Next, enterprise architect Scott Robinson takes readers through a comprehensive look at Microsoft SharePoint. As have many organizations today, the technology has historically dealt with small data. Readers will explore two key feature enhancements made in order to overcome the big data barrier. To close, veteran IT reporter Alan R. Earls offers strategy suggestions to deal with the content clutter facing organizations -- what information to keep and how to keep it secure. Access >>>
Table of contents
- For better business, keep an eye on content
- SharePoint 2013 makes big data real
- New analytics tools rein in content chaos
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