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Posts Tagged ‘SharePoint’

Posts Tagged ‘SharePoint’

External Taxonomy Services Unify Enterprise Taxonomies

As organziations execute their ECM strategies, they are finding that they are implememting multiple ECM solutions.    Typically, we are seeing that SharePoint being used for managing collabotrated content and documents, while most standard ECM solutions, such as Documentum, FileNet, OpenText or Oracle, are being used for document centric applications and records management.  This multiple ECM […]

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Managing Social Conscience in the Corporate World

The incident at Rutgers has made me think about the implications of our actions when posting information to a social networking site.  I just posted a BLOG on the AIIM Coommunity site that addresses the need to implement a Governance program that sets the rules for insuring the integrity of information loaded onto a Corporate […]

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Q and A with Chad Johnson about Google’s enterprise search solutions

This Thursday, Chad Johnson of Perficient and Nathan Rader, Regional Manager for Google Enterprise products, will meet in St. Louis, MO for a breakfast with IT professionals and business owners to discuss “Realizing Greater Return on Information with Google Search Appliance.” I spoke with Chad about how the GSA can benefit any organization and about […]

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The Need for an Information Governance Program

I am attending the IBM Smart Governance Conference this week.   This is my second Governance Council meeting and I am thrilled to see that Council has evolved to look at governance not only from a data perspective, but now understands that unstructured information is equally important to a good governance program. The discussions this week […]

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SharePoint Governance: Yes, You Need It.

I recently published an article in AIIM on SharePoint Governance.  Successful SharePoint implementations are less about the technology and more about the business functions that are delivered to the end users. To insure that the delivery of the SharePoint solution is consistent and meets the needs of the users, a robust governance program should be […]

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Webinar: Speed Content Delivery into SharePoint

The papeless office is a direction that most Companies are striivng for, but is this really achievable.  Join me for the AIIM Webinar on capturing documents and managing them in SharePoint Stop the paper chase. You, and your users, need information. And you need it fast. You have capture tools. You have SharePoint. To maximize […]

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EIM, the next frontier

So what does the future hold for Enterprise Content Management?  For those following this industry, I am sure that you have noticed that the differences between the ECM vendors have narrowed.   Each of the top vendors supply similar functionality, with their differentiation coming in the solutions they provide and the industries they target.  From a […]

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Managing Organizational Change in an ECM Project

Many ECM projects fail not because the technology implementation was flawed or the business process did not provide the desired enhancements, but because the end users found ways around the system.    ECM projects suffer from the ‘It was easier before’ syndrome.   By this I am referring to fact that there may actually be more steps […]

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Why do I need a Taxonomy?

I was in a customer presentation the other day and was asked about the importance of a taxonomy to the successful implementation of an ECM solution.   Why do you need a taxonomy and what value does it bring to the project?   Taxonomy provides the structure to the ECM solution that enables the users to easily find […]

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