In this article, CMS Watch’s Tony Byrne wades through the myriad of definitions used in ECM and poses one simple question, “What is content management?”
“I suspect the emphasis on ECM definitions stems from a disconnect. We have this all-encompassing term — Enterprise Content Management — that doesn’t reflect how …Continue reading »
Forrester Research and Web Content Management vendor, CoreMedia will partner to present a webinar entitled, “The Role Of WCM In Cross-Channel Customer Relations” on 25th Feburary 2010 (5 pm CET).
“Consumers want not only rich, engaging experiences online – they increasing expect the engagement to extend transparently across multiple channels, …Continue reading »
In this article, ZDNet’s Steven Powers discusses the much anticipated recent acquisition of web content vendor FatWire by software giant EMC and how the deal is far from the merger expected.
“What’s interesting about this announcement is what didn’t happen – the expected sale of FatWire to EMC, which many …Continue reading »
In this article, CMS Watch’s Alan Pelz-Sharpe, discusses the astonishing lack of tangible return on investment that most ECM administrators could calculate for their incumbent systems. This is nothing new, Pelz-Sharpe continues, as in his opinion, all “ROI calculations for information technology are junk calculations, a fraud, a nonsense, and …Continue reading »
CMS Wire’s Dee-Ann LeBlanc, provides February’s round-up of the latest industry news from the top vendors in the open source content management market.
“Welcome to the February installment of our what’s coming from the open source CMS projects in the next month.” [Read More]Continue reading »
Alfresco Software have released the latest version of their ECM product, Alfresco Enterprise Edition 3.2. This release has numerous new features, including cloud-deployment, a feature that the company hopes will allow its customers to address their content management requirements at far lower costs.
“With this release, Alfresco enables cloud-based …Continue reading »
This CMSWatch article has a humorous take on a number of common ECM acronyms:
- ECM: A really big and really expensive document management system
- BPM: A really expensive workflow system
- SharePoint: A big collection of lots of little document management systems
- RM: The art of legally deleting most files while
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ARMONK, N.Y. – 01 Sep 2009: IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced new enterprise content management (ECM) software designed to enable clients to manage their increasing volumes of information and reduce their business processing time, helping reduce cost and increase efficiency.
As clients continue to seek smarter use of their technology …Continue reading »