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  • Information management strategy still at the edge of the cloud

    Information management remains tentative about using cloud computing, given fears about content security, said an expert at the AIIM 2014 conference.

  • With risks revealed, information privacy in the cloud grabs attention

    As cloud privacy risks come to light, businesses need to gain better control over enterprise data in the cloud -- but without stifling productivity.

  • Technology advances, trends prompt ECM systems maturation

    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.

  • Enterprise content management software vendors' midlife crisis

    Enterprise content management software vendors have taken a hard look in the mirror and decided to modernize.

  • Protecting content and consumer data in the cloud

    Recent high-profile consumer data breaches have brought protecting this data to the forefront. Scott Robinson offers his take on the issues.

  • The danger of second parties to cloud-based ECM

    Cloud-based ECM systems are becoming viable. But high-profile data breaches could prevent companies from pursuing them.

  • Why the cloud is a smokescreen for third-party data security risks

    While companies are fixated on the security risks of data in the cloud, recent data breaches indicate that business partners present equal risk.

  • The benefits of cloud storage for ECM: Is it a no-brainer?

    There's a lot going on in enterprise content management and a lot going on in the cloud. But there's not much ECM going on in the cloud. What gives?

  • As ECM systems mature, BPM becomes central to ROI

    ECM systems have matured beyond content repositories to include automated workflow, which can optimize business processes and justify the cost.

  • Cloud-based storage options for ECM

    As an organization grows, storage for ECM software gets exponentially more costly. Cloud-based storage options make sense, and here's why.

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  • Metadata landmines in SharePoint migrations

    Migrating to SharePoint, particularly from a third-party platform, can wreak havoc on metadata if you don't know what you're dealing with.

  • Cloud, mobile up the ante for identity and access management strategy

    An identity and access management strategy has become more essential for enterprises now that data resides in the cloud and on mobile devices.

  • Information management needs to get smarter

    Information management needs to do more than just amass information. It also needs to develop insight into the patterns inherent in the data.

  • SharePoint 2013 records management offers new compliance options

    SharePoint 2013 offers new options for records storage and management that can help organizations stay compliant without inhibiting the way they work.

  • SharePoint records management spans new forms of content

    Previous versions of SharePoint records management haven't been equipped to manage new forms of enterprise content. SharePoint 2013 may change this.

  • Successful ECM strategy needs to mirror how users work

    User adoption has long been a sticking point for enterprise content management systems, but mirroring users' processes can be the key to success.

  • Technology advances, trends prompt ECM systems maturation

    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.

  • Enterprise content management software vendors' midlife crisis

    Enterprise content management software vendors have taken a hard look in the mirror and decided to modernize.

  • Attivio's enterprise search engine democratizes data analytics

    Check out this week's enterprise content management news, including the latest on an enterprise search tool that can simplify data analysis.

  • When cloud-based ECM doesn't cut it

    Cloud-based ECM might be in the headlines, but concerns and fears still abound in many companies and industries.

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