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6 Personal Observations about "ECM" and "Content Services"

Feb 27, 2017 10:44:00 AM by John Mancini

Last week, we did a webinar on Next Gen Information Management – Succeeding in a New Era. The focus was our new white paper designed to start a conversation about the content management space -- Revolution or Evolution? 10 Strategies to Navigate the Shift from ECM to Content Services.

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Topics: information governance, ecm, digital transformation,, content services, content mangement

Own Your Own ECM Career

Feb 24, 2017 11:24:00 AM by Marko Sillanpää

[This is a guest post by  Marko Sillanpaa. Marko is the founder of BMO Consulting. An organization that helps vendors and users navigate the ECM landscape. Marko’s has been working in the content management space for over 18 years. In the past, he was the Director of Product Strategy at Documentum, Enterprise Adviser at Hyland, and the Director of Global Services at TraDOS. He has also worked as a consultant for CSC, Accenture and regional system integrators.]
 
 
Did any of us choose enterprise content management (ECM) as our career path when we joined the workforce?  While there are degree programs in information studies, I think most of our paths were accidental.  While we may have accidently entered ECM, the decision to stay has been our own choice.  Still we often don’t look at ECM as our career, but at “computers” as our career.  Yet I can hardly imagine a brain surgeon saying they were, “just a doctor.”  I know I don’t want to keep being asked if I can fix someone’s printer.  I think it’s time we own our career.
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Topics: cip, certified information professional, ecm, certification, AIIM17

Digital Transformation: If A Two-Thousand-Year-Old Tradition Can Do It; So Can You

Feb 16, 2017 10:46:00 AM by Thomas LaMonte



Chinese New Year is host to many traditions from tasty, meat-packed dumplings to an all hours riot of fireworks. Over its two weeks, the whole country erupts in celebration—it’s a sight to be seen.

But above all Spring Festival traditions, I have a clear favorite; maybe you have heard of it before: the gifting of red paper envelopes filled with money.

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Topics: bpm, paperfree office, digital transformation,, paperless

4 Key Takeaways About File Sync and Share

Feb 15, 2017 9:45:00 AM by John Mancini

In a series of recent videos for Hyland (links at the end of this post), Cheryl McKinnon, principal analyst at Forrester Research spent some time talking about Enterprise Sync and Share capabilities and how they fit into an organization’s broader content strategy. She notes, “Enterprise file sync and share (EFSS) has really quickly become a core capability that a lot of busy information workers rely upon. I don’t see this as something enterprise IT buyers can ignore.”

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Topics: enterprise content management, ecm, efss, FIle Shares

5 Ways to Stay in Control of Content Sharing

Feb 14, 2017 11:15:00 AM by John Mancini

[This is a guest post by Travis Roe from Hyland's Cloud team.]

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Topics: cloud, collaboration, FIle Shares

Need a Content Management Quick Fix? Here's of 19 Them!

Feb 13, 2017 10:00:00 AM by John Mancini

In case you missed some of our new short-form "Tip Sheets," here's a full list. Happy reading!

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Topics: collabortion, data, enterprise content management, ecm, capture

Next Gen Information Management - How to Succeed in the Era of Content Services

Feb 10, 2017 11:00:00 AM by John Mancini

On February 2, we conducted an AIIM Community Roundtable to explore the implications of the Documentum acquisition by OpenText. A full recording of the webinar is available HERE.

We’ll be continuing our discussion on February 14 with release of a new AIIM white paper, Revolution or Evolution? 10 Strategies to Navigate the Shift from ECM to Content Services. Some of themes in the white paper will be discussed in a webinar on February 14 at 2 p.m. ET on Next Gen Information Management – Succeeding in a New Era. Registration information is HERE.

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Topics: enterprise content management, content, ecm, content services

Hot Off the Press - 3 New ECM Resources

Feb 9, 2017 10:37:00 AM by Sean McGauley

Already February has been a big month in the AIIM community and there's been a wealth of great content floating around. Here are a couple of my favorites; the best part is these are all FREE to download. Check them out below.

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Topics: content analytics, ecm

5 Ways to Use Intelligent Capture to Get All Those Chaotic Incoming Documents Under Control

Feb 8, 2017 9:00:00 AM by John Mancini

[This post is based on a presentation by industry analyst Mark Brousseau on a January 18 AIIM webinar. Mark Brousseau is a noted marketer, analyst, speaker and writer with more than twenty years of experience advising leading providers of payments and document automation solutions. He is President of Brousseau and Associates, a full service marketing PR and business development firm specializing in the payments and document automation arenas. You can view the original webinar HERE.]

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Topics: information capture, intelligent capture

To Keep or Not to Keep - Questions to Ask During a File Share Cleanup Project

Feb 7, 2017 11:40:00 AM by Jessica Lombardo


I grew up in the Catholic school system. As a young kid, I geeked out over the list of school supplies needed to start a new school year. I thrived on organization—and took pride in setting up a new file structure in my trapper keeper for my upcoming classes. And when Sr. Bertha or Sr. Edwardine asked to see my notebook and folders, I delighted in sharing with them my well-kept trapper keeper—work in progress, completed, and notes per subject area. Basically, I was a nerd.

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Topics: enterprise file sync and share, ROT, FIle Shares

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