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Technology trends like mobile devices, cloud computing and remote workforces have brought new demands to the arena of enterprise content management. It's not just that paper-based systems are being digitized and that information volumes are exploding. Nor is it just that employees want to be able to access and work with content remotely or collaborate through central locations in the cloud. No, ECM is getting a full makeover.
In this guide, readers will learn how broader access to content is improving the bottom line -- and they'll find out about the software tools that will help them get there. They'll also get a firsthand look at the burgeoning role of business process management in ECM initiatives, with key insight from professionals at the 2014 Laserfiche Empower conference.
Achieving a truly unified ECM strategy is no small feat -- especially with issues such as content security and data access to contend with. With the expert insight, tips and guidelines exhibited here, however, you'll be well on your way. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Cloud etches lines of ECM's future
- Mature ECM systems tackling business processes
- Collaboration platforms transform ECM market
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