Capture Enables Faster Business Processes
Mar 07, 2013 - 10:00AM
Given the fact that smart phone shipments outpaced PCs for the first time in 2011 and that major analysts firms are predicting that iPads (and tablets in general) will be the primary computing device by 2016 we are seeing not only a desire but an expectation that ECM, like other enterprise applications, will support content capture and access from the mobile world. In this AIIM 2013 Q&A, Pamela Doyle of Fujitsu discusses how mobile adoption is altering capture. Plus, how the twin trends of cloud and mobile extend capture capabilities to the edge of the enterprise and what that means for improving and speeding up business processes.
ECM for the Masses - an AIIM13 Q&A
Mar 06, 2013 - 2:00PM
Social tools connect people, and when people connect they are exposed to new ideas and information, and this starts to change the way they think, act, and work. Common challenges with traditional ECM systems such as lack of utilization or user-engagement are alleviated when people connect via integrated social tools – they have higher levels of engagement and are more likely to utilize the underlying ECM system. In this AIIM 2013 Q&A, a look at ECM and where SharePoint fits into the industry. And a discussion about how social tools, mobile, and BYOD are changing how we work; while NOT changing the basic need for governance.
8 things you need to know to attend the AIIM Conference
Feb 25, 2013 - 10:00AM
What's happening at the AIIM Conference? Check out this video of AIIM President, John Mancini as he provides you with conference must-know details that will help you make the most out of your time.
You Need Effective Metadata Governance
Feb 20, 2013 - 11:30AM
Recently, I was at an engineering company discussing its information challenges. The company’s cost of engineering has gone up due, in part, to inefficiencies caused by time spent looking for all the engineering details (i.e., content pieces) to complete a task, make a decision, or write a proposal.
It's OK to Delete Content
Feb 20, 2013 - 10:30AM
In most companies, the digital stockpile has been growing for a quarter-century (or more). Now that the majority of information assets are “born digital,” the growth rate of that stockpile will be off the charts.
Content: It's All About Safe Access
Feb 19, 2013 - 12:30PM
How to say “no” to the Department of No; how the workplace is changing because of BYOD (and bring your own cloud); what's next in enterprise content management; and a projection that private clouds are going to be big in 2013.
ECM, One Repository, and the Key Role of Classification
Feb 19, 2013 - 11:55AM
Lance Shaw talks about the need to consolidate information as much as possible. One tip, try to consolidate on as few products as possible moving forward. Plus, if you’re not paying attention to classification; you’re content is never going to be effective as it could – and should – be.
Are you a "Road Warrior" or "Rogue Warrior"? an AIIM 2013 Q&A
Feb 14, 2013 - 1:00PM
What’s the killer app for mobile capture? In this AIIM13 Q&A with Joe Budelli of ABBYY USA, we talk about how “Road Warriors” use technology that works for them (like capture tools), but that there’s no reason for them to be “rogue warriors.” A look at why the next evolution of capture will be to penetrate vertical markets. And a few thoughts on how semantic technology works with capture.
Out With the Old -- Content Migration
Feb 13, 2013 - 10:30AM
School Employees Credit Union of Washington (SECUWA) has been using FileNet for over a decade, they were one of the first Credit Unions in the country to implement document imaging in the ‘90s. The system became the second-most critical business information system and is accessed by nearly every employee.