Compliance and records management | IT | Industry statistics and research | aiim | business | consumerization | content management | ecm | enterprise | information certification | records management | social business | technology | web 2.0
In our first post on the future of content management -- Defining the Future of Content Management – Part 1 – Evolution of an Industry we talked about the changes that have swept through the content "space" (going all the way back to microfilm), the acceleration of those changes over the past few years, and voiced the opinion that the "ECM" term is started to feel a bit tired.
Sometimes, buzzwords really ARE changing the world.
Making an ECM implementation successful requires planning and attention to detail. The best way to create the right solution is to identify organizational goals and priorities. Learn how to manage a successful implementation in our free guide.
In an earlier post (2013 Predictions -- Systems of Record and Systems of Engagement -- What Comes Next?) I talked about the next steps in the "collision" between Systems of Record and Systems of Engagement.
Information Management on Mobile Steroids View more presentations from John Mancini Note: See Becoming a Process Revolutionary for the back story re the somewhat cryptic Walgreens slides. ----- Help revolutionize your organization's processes. Become a Certified Information Professional. Get a free white paper that explains why.